In order to attract a larger public to the TEMA+ EMJMD, the Consortium supports some students who cannot receive an Erasmus Mundus scholarship.
There are several options for these students:
– In the context of the mandatory mobility, European students who cannot benefit from an Erasmus Mundus scholarship can apply for an Erasmus scholarship. Each partner has signed and regularly updates bilateral agreements with the other partners.
– The French government offers scholarships to foreign students who wish to undertake their studies on Master’s and PhD levels in France.
– The Italian government also offers scholarships with various duration to foreign students on the basis of academic excellence.
– 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.
Other cooperational programs, foundations and organizations also offer scholarships to foreign students, often designating specific target groups: for instance, the Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF), the Visegrad Fund, etc.
For further information please contact the TEMA+ Secretariat: firstname.lastname@example.org