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Erasmus Joint Master Scholarships

NeuroData is an Erasmus Mundus Joint Master (EMJM) co-funded by the European Union. This funding provides NeuroData with the capacity to award scholarships. NeuroData will have four editions (the first in 2023-2024 and the last in 2026-2027). The following rules apply to the award of scholarships:

  • Grant of €1.400 per month for each scholarship holder. This scholarship will be transferred to the holder's account. It will be managed by them to support all travel and living expenses for the duration of each edition of NeuroData (2 Years = 24 months). This amount will also have to be used to support the costs for visas or any other permit that may be required for residence in the countries of the partner universities.

  • NeuroData will award 15 scholarships in each edition, with the restriction that no more than 10% of the scholarships (throughout NeuroData's tenure) will be awarded to students from the same nationality.

  • Students who have previously obtained an EMJM scholarship are not eligible to apply for an additional scholarship under the EMJM.

Students who will be granted a scholarship will have the following costs covered:

  • Health and accident insurance during the whole academic period.

  • The registration of the student as a regular student of the partner universities.

  • Tuition fees.

  • Language courses at each university.

  • Access to library and laboratories.

  • Student management, services and activities; support in visa application procedures and other local administrative amenities.

  • Initial Welcome Week for all NeuroData students.

  • Registration and participation in the events organized under the scope of NeuroData.

  • All other academic and administrative fees (e.g., Final Diploma, Diploma Supplement).

Self-funded students

In each edition, in addition to the 15 students who will be awarded scholarships, NeuroData will be able to enroll 5 SELF-FUNDED STUDENTS, for whom we are unable to provide any economic support from the program and will have to provide themselves with all travel, living, and participation costs in the course, including tuition fees.  

During the application process, the applicants will be able to indicate if their application should keep being considered even if no more scholarships are available (therefore, with the possibility of enrolling as self-funded students if their assessment entitles them).

Self-funded students will be entitled to:

  • Health and accident insurance during the whole academic period.

  • Language courses at each university.

  • Access to library and laboratories.

  • Student management, services and activities; reasonable support in visa application procedures, etc.

  • Initial Welcome Week for all NeuroData students.

Values in the table are in Euros

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