Apply for an Erasmus Mundus Joint master’s degree and scholarships in Economic Policies
October 28, 2021

Apply for an Erasmus Mundus Joint master’s degree and scholarships in Economic Policies

The European commission invites those who are motivated to engage with international political economy and institutionalist approaches of economics, to apply for the Economic Policies for the Global transition (EPOG+).

This is a world-class two-year integrated master’s programme supported by the EU and tailored to addressing future challenges. The programme prepares experts and highly trained researchers with state-of-the-art knowledge and skills in specific fields, combined with a broader understanding of economic policy interdependencies.

Depending on the Major chosen (A – knowledge, innovation, and digital transition; B – macroeconomics, finance, and the socio-economic transition; C – development, sustainable development, and the ecological transition), the first year will take place in different European universities. The courses will be delivered in the English.

Students from Eastern partner countries can apply for a scholarship, which includes €1 000/ month (monthly allowance) and between € 5 000 and 7 000 (for travel and installation costs).

The deadline to apply is 31 January 2022.

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January 31, 2022



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