Erasmus Mundus MA Human Rights Practice

Erasmus Mundus integrated masters degree programmes give students the opportunity to study at a variety of institutions across Europe. Scholarships are available to help fund postgraduate study for those coming to study from outside Europe.

Erasmus Mundus aims to improve the quality of higher education in Europe and to promote intercultural understanding with third countries. Erasmus Mundus supports high-quality masters programmes in Europe to promote the EU as an international centre of excellence in learning.
    The EU Commission grants scholarships to highly qualified third-country graduate students and scholars. The grants are for students to follow a selected Erasmus Mundus master’s programme, and for scholars to carry out teaching and research assignments and scholarly work in the institutions participating in the programme. Students and scholars must apply to Roehampton University. The MA HRP consortia will apply to the EU Commission for scholarship funds. Scholarships are paid through the MA HRP consortia.
    ‘Third-country student’ refers to a national of a country other than the EEA-EFTA states and candidate countries for accession to the EU, who:
    • has already obtained a first higher education degree
    • is not a resident of any of the member states
    • has not carried out his or her main activity for more than a total of 12 months over the last five years in any of the member states or the participating countries
    • has been accepted to register or is registered on an Erasmus Mundus master’s programme
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