In order to attract a larger public to the TEMA+ EMJMD, the Consortium supports some students who cannot receive an Erasmus Mundus scholarship.
The list of other available scholarships are regularly updated by the TEMA+ Consortium. To apply for the following scholarships (except for Erasmus+), candidates must consult the given websites below. In order to facilitate their search for financial support, self-paying selected students will be provided with a letter of admission in the TEMA+ EMJMD. For the letter and further information about the scholarships candidates can also contact the TEMA+ Secretariat: secretary@mastertema.eu.

As each European partner universities of the TEMA+ EMJMD has signed and regularly updates bilateral agreements with the other partners, TEMA+ students who cannot benefit from an Erasmus Mundus scholarship can apply for an Erasmus+ scholarship for their mandatory mobility period in the European partner universities of the TEMA+ Consortium (CUNI, EHESS, UNICT). All TEMA+ self-paying students, who successfully complet their first core semester at ELTE, Budapest and apply for Erasmus+ scholarship will be granted by the scholarship for Semester 3 and 4 (12 months in total). However, TEMA+ students cannot be exempted from paying the tuition fee for the entire duration of the programme. (Hungarian students will also be able to apply for addtional Erasmus+ grants, such as the Campus Mundi scholarship.)

French agency for the promotion of higher education, hosting and international mobility in France.The French government offers scholarships to foreign students who wish to undertake their studies on Master’s levels in France. More information about this schoalrship is available Campus France.

The Italian government also offers scholarships with various duration to foreign students on the basis of academic excellence. More information about them Italian Government Scholarships.
Students of Charles University in Prague can apply for financial support for their mobility period through private foundations, such as Sasakawa, Hlávka, Sophia or Jan Hus.
Visegrad scholarships support Master and post-Master students and researchers in all disciplines and in any language for up to four semesters at more than 190 higher education institutions across Central and Eastern Europe. Master and post-Master scholars and researchers who are citizens of the Visegrad countries can apply for scholarship to study at any accredited university/institute within V4 and Master and post-Master scholars and researchers who are citizens of Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Kosovo*, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro Serbia and Ukraine can apply for a scholarship to study in the Visegrad countries.