Study Grants and Training Costs
The participation fees for taking part in the EMMaH programme amount to:
7 770€ / year for: Third countries not associated to the Programme students*
4 243€ / year for: EU Member states + Third countries associated to the Programme students**
Participation fees will be directly covered by the Erasmus+ programme for EMJM scholars and for some self-funded students (fee waivers).
The participation fees cover:
- the registration as a regular student at all universities (depending on the academic track)
- the participation in all teaching activities
- student management, services and activities
- support in administrative and migratory procedures (excluding support costs)
- the health, liability, accident and assistance insurance.
The participation fees do not include:
- visa costs
- travel costs
- individual module-related costs (e.g. books and materials)
- living expenses.
[*] Students originating from all other countries of the world.
[**] Students originating from EU Member States + Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Republic of North Macedonia, Republic of Serbia, Republic of Turkey.
By applying to the EMMaH Master programme, you can apply for an Erasmus Mundus Joint Master (EMJM) scholarship, by mentioning your choice while filling in the application form.
The EMJM scholarship amounts to 1400€ per month, for a total duration of 24 months. It includes a waiver for participation fees and covers all living costs of the students (travel, accommodation, visa, etc.).
Students from all over the world are eligible for EMJM scholarships under some conditions:
- the applicant has never been beneficiary from a EMJM scholarship nor a Erasmus Mundus Master Course and Students who have already benefited from an Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree (EMJMD) scholarship can apply for a 'new generation' Eramus Mundus Joint Master (EMJM) scholarship
- the applicant undertakes to waive any other EMJM scholarship for the duration of the EMMaH course
- no more than 10 % of the total number of scholarships awarded during project implementation should be awarded to candidates from the same nationality (this rule does not apply to top up scholarships for targeted regions of the world, if applicable)
- the financial support shall be repaid by the scholarship holder in case of fraud or false declaration.
For further information about EMJM scholarships, please consult the Erasmus+ Programme guide for rules and regulation (website of the European Commission) or the selection procedure section or contact us writing to email@example.com.
Admitted students can obtain UFA grant as the EMMaH master is included in the catalog of UFA trainings. Students benefit from the grant when they are in a different country than the one in which they applied. The grant can go from one semester to two semesters depending on the student situation. For example, a student registered at Lille can benefit from the grant during his/her semester in Hamburg+his/her semester in Porto. The grant is directly proposed and managed by the partner universities once students have been accepted to the program. Students receive 350€ per month. UFA also offers language training previous to the start of the semester in Lille and in Hamburg.
We encourage our applicants to explore national and local funding opportunities offered to outgoing and incoming students by many countries (e.g. Belgium, Brazil, Chili, China, Colombia, France, Guatemala, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Turkey, USA, etc.) or local authorities (e.g. Hauts-de-France region).
Support for students with special needs
Within the Erasmus+ framework, support to students with individual needs is highly valued. Students with individual needs can therefore be supported by dedicated funding. This funding will be used for enrolled students (with or without scholarship) with disabilities (e.g. long-term physical, mental, or health-related conditions), such as those related to the acquisition of special items or services (e.g. assistance by third persons, adaptation of work environment, additional travel/transportation costs). Do not hesitate to contact us to discuss such individual needs when applying to the program.
The EMMaH programme is also open to professionals, who can benefit from financial support from their employer, conversion fund, sabbatical, etc
Admitted students can obtain an Erasmus+ scholarship for a one-semester mobility in one of the partner universities in Europe or Taiwan. Granted by the European Union, this allowance ranges from €170 to €270 per month depending on the country of destination (750€ per month for a mobility in Taiwan).
- This scholarship can be combined with other scholarships
- a French regional scholarship called "Mermoz"
- a French International Mobility Assistance (IMA)
- Amounts may vary from year to year.
- More information about the Erasmus+ scholarship can be found on the International Relations website "finance my mobility".
The mobility grants called Moblilex are administered subject to validation by the Board of Directors of the University of Lille. The objective of the scheme is to support, on the basis of project excellence, the international mobility of students from the University of Lille and its partner universities
EMMaH students are eligible for this scholarship during their mobility for semester 4.
Students or professionals with no external funding are also welcome to apply for the EMMaH programme.
If so, they should ensure to be able to cover the participation fees and living costs by their own.