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How to apply

Checklist of information needed to complete the application 

Selection results for intake 2024-2026 will be announced during the first half of April 2024!!



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Valid passport or ID-card
Europass CV
Higher Education degree and transcript of records
Language proficiency documentation
Contact details of at least 2 academic referees
Complete motivation
Other relevant documentation


Please remember to read the dedicated sections with relevant information about academic eligibility and funding opportunities.





The call for applications 2024-2026 are organized in only 1 round!


The call is open  from the 1st of December 2023 to the 15th of  February 2024 (4 pm CET).


Applications are completed by utilizing the online application form - link will be available on Dec 1st 2023. Applicants will be informed via e-mail about the selection outcome. Results will become available by the second half of March 2024 - exact date will be communicated to all applicants at a later stage.

For each module of the program (i.e. semesters one, two and three), there is a limited number of places available. Applicants need to rank and motivate in the application form which modules they would like to apply to.

Upon admission to the program, you will receive an invitation to pay the first part of the tuition fee (1000 euros). The payment must be done within one month of the selection outcome. Once the payment is received, your place in the program will be secured until August 19th, 2024. 

The full tuition fee must be paid by August 19th, 2024. Students who haven't paid within the mentioned time frame cannot participate and will be considered dropouts.

Tuition fees for the second year of cohort2024 must be paid before the 19th of August 2025.


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Deadlines and Important Dates

Final application deadline for both Programme- and Partner-country applicants: February, 15th 2024 at 4 pm CET.



- The call is open from 1st December 2023 to 15th February 2024 (4 pm CET)

- By the first half of April 2024:

  • applicants are informed about the selection outcome

  • admitted applicants are invited to pay the first part of the tuition fee (1000 Euro). Payment of the first part of the tuition fee of year 1 is expected within one month from the communication of selection results..


The first part of the tuition fee is non-refundable incase of drop-outs.

PLEASE NOTE: Students who haven't paid by the previously mentioned deadlines, will not be able to participate and will therefore be considered as drop-outs.

The second part of the tuition fee is only refundable if the drop-out occurs before December 1st of semester 1/year 1.




Financial support and scholarships

Erasmus+ financial support


It is possible to apply for EMJMD scholarships for the IMBRSea programme. During the online application process, you can indicate if you wish to apply for an EMJMD scholarship. Once you have been admitted to the programme, you will be informed if you have been selected for a scholarship.

The EMJMD scholarship includes:

  • a contribution to the students' participation costs, including your tuition fee and full insurance coverage;
  • a contribution to student rravel and installation costs, as defined by the Erasmus Mundus agency;
  • a monthly subsistence allowance for the entire duration of the EMJMD study programme.

The number of scholarships awarded vary from year to year, with approximately 20 Erasmus+ scholarships awarded annually. These include an average of 3-5 scholarships for students from programme countries and approximately 15-17 scholarships for  students from partner countries.

Students who have previously obtained an EMJMD grant or an Erasmus Mundus master Course/Joint doctorate scholarship are NOT eligible to apply for an EMJMD grant for IMBRSea.

Check to see whether you are a student from a programme or partner country, via the page on


For general information about Erasmus+ please see:


Note that The European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA), in the context of managing the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees, collects and processes the personal data of some of the candidates. In particular, certain data of the scholarship holders (students and scholars), nonscholarship holders and reserve list candidates is shared with the Agency through the EACEA Mobility Tool and treated according to the following privacy statement.