The Erasmus Mundus programme distinguishes between European students and Non European students. European students are:
All other students are considered as Non-European students, including candidates from: Switzerland, Turkey and the Western Balkans region (i.e. Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo under UNSC Resolution 1244/99, FYRoM, Montenegro and Serbia).
The Erasmus Mundus programme provides EU-funded scholarships to students who have been selected by the consortia. Two categories of scholarships are available:
Category A Scholarships: they can be granted by the Consortium to non-European students. Category A scholarship is 24,000 euros per year. For the first edition of the programme (2012-2014), the consortium will grant 9 category A scholarships.
Category B Scholarships: they can be granted by the Consortium to European students. Category B scholarship is 10,000 euros per year plus 3,000 euros for students realizing their Master Thesis in a third country associated partner. For the first edition of the programme (2012-2014), the consortium will grant 7 category B scholarships.
The eligibility criteria for an Erasmus Mundus scholarship are:
The scholarship covers tuition fees and includes a monthly allowance and a contribution to installation and mobility costs. The part of the scolarship corrersponding to the tuition fees is directly taken by the consortium. The remainder of the scholarship will be allocated to selected students in twelve monthly instalments of 1000 euros for non-European students and 500 euros for European students – living allowance - plus two yearly instalments of 4000 euros destined to cover mobility costs and installation for non-European students. The scholarship will be paid by bank transfer.
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The 9th edition of the French-speaking workshop on data warehousing and OLAP (EDA 2013), is organized by UFRT and will be hosted in Blois early June 2013.
The new application session for 2013-2015, starts from September 1st, 2012. Note that there are now two distinct application periods, one for those applying for a scholarship, and the other for those applying as fee paying (i.e., self sustained) students. … Continue reading
The Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate in Information Technologies for Business Intelligence – Doctoral College (IT4BI-DC) is new Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctoral Programme that is a continuation of IT4BI. Visit it4bi-dc.ulb.ac.be for more information on IT4BI-DC.
IT4Bi student guide is online, to download it, visit the facilities and support services page.