Practical information about the scholarships, living costs, visa, insurances, etc. can be found here.


Costs of living amount to a minimum of 750 EUR per month, on average. This amount may vary from one country to another.
Accommodation costs start at 250 EUR, but may amount to 500 EUR for a room in a university residence hall. Prices on the private market can of course be higher.
Meals (lunch and/or dinner) in university restaurants usually cost between 4 and 9 EUR.
The short mandatory internal EU mobility stays (Summer and Winter Events, Session in Prague) are paid by the programme (trip + accommodation).
A local bank account is mandatory. With the enrollment letter and an official address this can be obtained easily after the student's arrival in their host country. For security reasons, online-only bank accounts are not permitted.

Funding & scholarships


About 15 two-year EMJMD Scholarships are awarded every year to the top-ranked applicants. These cover the enrolment fee and include a lump sum for travel & installation, as well as a monthly allowance.

Eligibility for these scholarships and the balance between EU and non-EU beneficiaries are defined according to the Erasmus+ programme.

  • Students who follow a first Master year in an EU university can be eligible - regardless of their nationality, depending on their Master 1 site - for regular Erasmus+ support during their second Master year of around 300 EUR per month. Applications need to be done during the first Master year, before March 1.
  • At French universities, students can apply for thesis support in the second Master year.
  • The FuseNet Association supports mobility (e.g. for master theses in a country different from that of the academic curriculum).
  • Female students, after they start our programme, can apply to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) for a Marie Curie-Sklodowska fellowship (participation fee + allowance).
  • Other funding schemes subject to conditions are available and will be proposed to self-funded students according to their situation.


Depending on the regulations, non-EU residents need to obtain a visa before departure.

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