International opportunities for students

What is an Erasmus+ Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree

An Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree (EMJMD), is a prestigious, integrated, international study programme jointly delivered by an international consortium of higher education institutions. Mobility must take place in at least two of the Programme countries. The successful completion of the study programme leads to the award of either a joint degree or a double/multiple degree.

UniTrento participates in the following projects:

  • IMSISS - International Master in Security, Intelligence and Strategic Studies 
  • LCT - European Master's Program in Language and Communication Technologies
  • ME3+ - European Joint Masters in Management and Engineering of the Environment and Energy

For more information visit each project's website (box Useful Links)

Beneficiaries

Students who want to participate in an international Master's degree program

Where

Participation in EMJMD allows you to study at two or more universities. Partners and courses are available on each project web pages (see box Useful links)

Duration

Participation lasts for 2 years

How to Apply

A call for applications is published each year within each project, you need to submit your application and be selected for admission. Information about requirements and applications is available on each project's website: 

  • IMSISS - International Master in Security, Intelligence and Strategic Studies 
    The Call for applications for self-funding students is open NOW, with the following deadlines:

  • 26th July 2023 for self-funding EU and International applicants
  • 31st August 2023 for self-funding UK applicants.
     
  • LCT - European Masters Program in Language and Communication Technologies
    The next Call for applications for the intake 2024-2026 will be published in October 2023.

  • ME3+ - European Joint Masters in Management and Engineering of Environment and Energy
    The next Call for applications for the intake 2024-2026 will be published in October 2023.

Tuition and Scholarships

Tuition fees depend on each programme and they are available on each project's website. 
 
Scholarships: candidates can apply for an Erasmus Mundus scholarship, which is a contribution to the:
  • costs of participation (including fees) up to € 4.500/year for students from a Programme Country and €9.000/year from a Partner Country
  • travel € 1.000-3.000/year depending on residence. Additional € 1.000 for settling-in costs are awarded if residence is in a Partner Country
  • subsistence € 1.000/month (max 24 months)