Erasmus Mundus Doctoral Programme
An Erasmus Mundus Doctoral Programme is organised by a consortium of universities in at least three different European countries. The aim of the programme is to develop structured scientific cooperation between universities. Depending on the programme, a PhD student may obtain a fully recognised double, joint, or multiple degree.
As an Erasmus Mundus PhD student, you must carry out your doctoral training in at least two countries of the consortium. You will attend a comprehensive 3-4 year PhD programme developed by the universities participating in the consortium.
You will receive a grant to fund your course and any research carried out abroad as part of the programme.