Erasmus Mundas Scholarship Update
We are in the process of applying to the EU for further scholarships and, if successful, we will re-open our call for further applications during the summer of 2022. If you apply by 28th February 2022 and you are offered a place on the course, you will be placed on a reserve list for a scholarship, subject to EU eligibility requirements.
These scholarships are funded by the EACEA of the European Union and will meet the cost of tuition fees, provide a contribution towards travel and relocation and a contribution towards daily living expenses. Please note: Erasmus Mundus scholarships are subject to availability.
We welcome applications from those who are able to self-fund our ACES+ programme fees and costs. Please submit your application by 28th February 2022 for September 2022 intake. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Information on course fees and costs of living in each country the course takes place can be found below.
Fees and Costs
From September 2022, tuition fees for the EMJMD ACES+ will be:
Tuition fees cover the following services:
- teaching and examination fees
- access to library and electronic resources
- computing facilities
- cost of short fieldtrips/ industry site related to a particular module
- language classes (French and Greek) that are an integral part of the EMJMD ACES programme
- access to university sport and medical facilties where available
The following are not included in tuition fees:
- travel to/from EMJMD ACES institutions
- visa-related costs
- residence permits
- personal living expenses
- personal computers
- optional 10 day field trip overseas
Cost of Living
Living costs vary between the various university cities you will visit during the EMJMD ACES+ course. Costs in the UK and France (Nantes) are generally higher than Crete. Universities have provided the following estimates as general guidance:
Oban, UK: Accommodation with utilities (i.e., electricity and/ or gas) costs approximately GBP £400 to £480 per month, meaning that overall monthly expenses, including food, daily fare for public transportation if living off campus and additional expenses, are probably GBP £800-£900 or €950-€1,000. For general living costs you can find useful information on how to budget on the International student calculator website.
You may also find this article of great help if you are planning to study in the UK: https://www.studying-in-uk.org/uk-scholarships/
Crete, Greece: The recommended monthly budget to live in Crete is approximately €650; including accommodation, food and additional expenses.
Nantes, France: The recommended monthly budget to live in Nantes is approximately €570 – 900. Please CLICK HERE for a more detailed breakdown of costs.
International students should be aware that they will have additional costs such as visas and travel for visa applications, return travel to your home country, shipping and warm clothes (for Scotland).
Students should be aware that these costs are approximate and it is possible to spend less with careful budgeting than the amount shown.
Scholarships and Loans
We aim to recruit talented, well-qualified and driven students irrespective of their financial background. To this end, we encourage students and potential students to apply for a range of funding provided by UK and international government bodies, the European Commission, trusts, research councils, industry and employers. Below are details of potential funders for students of our EMJMD ACES+ by region:
United Kingdom (please note some UK based institutions or funders provide scholarships or grants to international students)
South and Latin America
Australia and New Zealand
Below is a list of portals (databases) providing information on scholarships, institutions and funders including sources of private finance: