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The European Union offers various scholarship programs for international students to study in Europe. Some of the most popular programs are:
Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees (EMJMDs): These are prestigious international study programs that are jointly delivered by a consortium of European universities. They cover a wide range of fields, including science, engineering, business, law, and humanities. The scholarship covers tuition fees, travel costs, living expenses, and insurance.
Erasmus+ program: This program provides funding for students, researchers, and staff to study, train, or teach in a European country. The scholarship covers travel, living expenses, and insurance.
Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA): These are funding opportunities for researchers to pursue their careers in Europe. The program provides grants for researchers at all stages of their careers, from PhD students to experienced researchers.
EIT Digital Master School: This is a two-year program in digital technology, entrepreneurship, and innovation. The scholarship covers tuition fees and provides a monthly living allowance.
Euroculture: This is a two-year interdisciplinary master’s program in European culture, society, and politics. The scholarship covers tuition fees and provides a monthly allowance.
These are just a few examples of the many scholarship programs offered by the European Union. For more information, you can visit the European Union’s official website or contact the embassy of your country in Europe.