Erasmus Mundus Scholarships


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CyberMACS offers a limited number of scholarships amounting to €1,400/month for 2 years. Scholarship students are furthermore exempted from registration and/or tuition fee payments.

For the 2023 intake, we will select a maximum of 35 students. We offer:

  • Up to 15 Erasmus Mundus scholarships and registration and tuition fee waivers whatever your country of origin,
  • An additional 6 to 7 Erasmus Mundus scholarships and registration and tuition fee waivers if you come from specific countries assembled under Regions 1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11.
    • Region 1 (Western Balkans) : Particular focus will be on scholarships in the fields of digital technologies, engineering, sustainable growth and jobs
    • Region 3 (Neighbourhood South): 8% of the budget available from NDICI.
    • Region 5 (Asia): 23% of the budget available from NDICI. Priority will be given to least developed countries.
    • Region 6 (Central Asia): 9% of the budget available from NDICI. Priority will be given to least developed countries.
    • Region 7 (Middle East): 3% of the budget available from NDICI. Priority will be given to least developed countries.
    • Region 8 (Pacific): 1% of the budget available from NDICI. Priority will be given to least developed countries.
    • Region 9 (Sub-Saharan Africa): 31% of the budget available from NDICI. Priority will be given to least developed countries. A special emphasis shall also be put on migration priority countries. No country may access more than 8% of funding foreseen for the Region.
    • Region 10 (Latin America): 24% of the budget available from NDICI. Maximum of 30% to Brazil and Mexico together.
    • Region 11 (Caribbean): 1% of the budget available from NDICI.
  • Up to 12 spots with reduced registration and tuition fees amounting to €5,175 for the whole programme, whatever your country of origin. These students are considered self-funded students.

Scholarships are based on merit.

For self-funded students, the tuition fee covers the same services as those offered to scholarship students, notably International Health and Accident Insurance, and costs for all mandatory activities. The tuition fee must be paid before the welcome week in the first semester.

All scholarship and self-funded students are financially responsible for their transportation, accommodation, and subsistence costs. Up to 15 Erasmus Mundus scholarships, including registration and tuition fee waivers whatever your country of origin.

Other Financial Aids and Opportunities

On one hand, the self-funded students are encouraged to find funding, on the other hand, the long-term practical training will be offered to those students in their 3rd and 4th semester in Germany so that they can lower the costs of the program.

Erasmus+ Master’s Degree Loan

Erasmus+ Master’s Degree Loans are EU-guaranteed loans with favourable pay-back terms. They’re designed to help prospective students finance their Master’s courses in an Erasmus+ Programme country while leaving as little of a lasting economic footprint as possible. Students who are accepted to CyberMACS program as self-funded students can consider applying for Erasmus Mundus+ Loans.

Terms used

  • NDICI: Development and International Cooperation – Global Europe Instrument.
  • EHEA: European Higher Education Area.
  • IPA III: Pre-Accession Assistance.

Important Notes

  • Exception: organisations from Belarus (Region 2) are not eligible to participate in this action.