This is the electronic version of the advertisement, published on 25 October 2009 at the following newspapers:
- Kedaulatan Rakyat – Jawa Tengah
- Pontianak Pos
- Kaltim Pos
- Banjarmasin Post
- Serambi Indonesia – Aceh
- Analisa – Sumut
- Padang Express
- Radar Lampung
- Fajar – Sulsel
- Lombok Post
- Pos Kupang – NTT
- Cendrawasih Post – Papua
The Erasmus Mundus scholarship programme, funded by the European Commission (EC), has awarded over 7000 scholarships for students and scholars from all over the world since 2004.
Through this scholarship programme, 204 Indonesians have studied Masters Courses and 16 Indonesian Scholars carried out teaching and research in universities across the European Union (EU).
The scholarship for the Erasmus Mundus Master Course (EMMC) is now open for application for academic year 2010. The scholarships are offered to:
- Graduate students to undertake EMMC in at least two or more universities in two or more EU countries.
- Scholars/ Academicians/ Researchers to conduct teaching and research periods of three months at two or more universities in two or more EU countries.
The Erasmus Mundus scholarship is a full scholarship programme – covering tuition fees, living costs and return airfares.
General information on application procedures can be obtained from:
(khusus untuk web ini, disarankan menggunakan Internet Explorer)
or a blog maintained by Erasmus Mundus Alumni in Indonesia:
Individuals interested in an Erasmus Mundus scholarship must apply directly to the selected Erasmus Mundus Master Courses which are available at:
The EC also provides fellowships for Doctoral candidates for an Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate (EMJD) degree. These doctoral-level training and research programmes will offer fellowships covering up to three years of doctoral activities.
The available EMJD and further information can be obtained from:
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