The Erasmus+ programme of the European Union has granted 58 scholarships to the CDE Consortium, for four intakes. 13 scholarships will be available for the first intake, starting in October 2019, arrival mid-September 2019. Self-funded students are encouraged to apply for admission. Only applicants who will submit all required documents, as defined in the respective call for application and admission, will be eligible for consideration. The final decision lies with the Agency of Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) of the European Union based on the evaluation provided by a Selection Committee of the CDE consortium.
Erasmus+ EMJMD Scholarship eligibility rules as set by EACEA
Erasmus+ EMJMD Scholarships
a unit contribution to cover following categories of eligible costs:
|CATEGORIES||Students from Partner Countries (a)||Students from Programme Countries (b)|
|Participation costs:||tuition fees, full insurance coverage & any other mandatory costs||Euro 14.500,- entire study period||Euro 9.000,- entire study period|
|Travel costs:||contribution to travel costs||Euro 2.000,-/3.000,- per year (c)||Euro 1.000,- per year|
|Installation costs:||contribution to installation costs||Euro 1.000,-||–|
|Living allowance:||monthly, max. 24 months||Euro 1.000,- / month (d)||Euro 1.000,- / month (e)|
(a) All students who do not belong to the Programme Country category.
(b) Nationals of an EU Member State, or any of Non-EU Programme Countries: Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey, and Serbia as well as nationals of any other country who are residents or have carried out their main activity (study, work, etc.) for more than a total of 12 months (see rule above).
(c) Scholarship amounts depend on the place of residence by the deadline of the student’s scholarship application. Use Distance Calculator!
2.000 € per year if residence is less than 4.000 km from EMJMD coordinator. 3.000 € per year if residence is 4.000 km or more from EMJMD coordinator.
(d) No living allowance when study in country of residence, and max 3 months in any Partner Country.
(e) No living allowance when study in country of residence.
Erasmus+ Master Loans
Students that will be accepted for the CDE programme as self-funded students, can consider applying for an Erasmus Mundus+ Loan offered by some financial institutions. Note that the members of this consortium do not provide any advice concerning these loans and interested candidates should contact the institutions involved.
Please note: It is possible to apply at the same time for an Erasmus Mundus Scholarship and as self-funded students with one application. In this case, candidates are considered self-funded applicants, if they are not selected for an Erasmus Mundus Scholarship.
Please note: Information on ‘other scholarship opportunities’ contained below is to be considered purely indicative; information provided is without guarantee on write error and and actuality. ‘Copernicus Master in Digital Earth’ administration and consortium cannot provide more information. It is a candidate’s responsibility to explore opportunities.
Portals and International Organisations
- www.grants.at (Austrian database for scholarships and research grants)
- www.scholarshipportal.eu (Studyportals B.V.: Find and Compare University Scholarships Worldwide)
- scholarship-positions.com (Scholarship Search Engine)
- www.scholars4dev.com (listing of international scholarships open to students from developing countries and international students in general)
- OFID Scholarship Award (students from developing countries)
- One-World Scholarship Programme (students from Africa, Asia and Latin America at universities in Salzburg, partial scholarship for one semester)
latest update: December 12, 2018