All Students of the EMJM Chemoinformatics+ - Erasmus Mundus scholarship holders as well as self-paying students - are exempt from inscription fees.
Enrolled students with disabilities (with or without scholarship) are eligible for the Contribution for individual needs, such as those related to the acquisition of special items or services (e.g. assistance by third persons, adaptation of work environment, additional travel/transportation costs).
The program also takes in charge a comprehensive health insurance for all participants.
Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Scholarships
An EMJM Scholarship is a contribution to the costs incurred by the beneficiary students and shall cover travel, visa, installation and subsistence costs. It is calculated on the basis of a monthly unit cost for the entire period needed by the enrolled scholarship holder to complete the study programme. This period covers study, research, placement activities, thesis preparation and defence, in line with the requirement of the joint Master. Its amount is 1400 euros/ month during the duration of the programme.
The European Commission attributed 76 Grants to the EMJM Chemoinformatics+ between 2022 and 2027. This corresponds to:
- 40 scholarships available for students from Programme countries See for the definition
- 20 Scholarships availables for students from Partner countries (All other countries)
- 16 Scholarships for students from the NDICI region (Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Egypt, Georgia, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, The Republic of Moldova, Morocco, occupied Palestinian territory, Syria, Tunisia, Ukraine)
This corresponds to 22 EMJM scholarships per intake.
Important: EMJM scholarships can be offered to students from all over the world. However, consortia should ensure geographical balance - i.e. no more than 10% of the total number of scholarships awarded during project implementation should be awarded to candidates from the same nationality.
Additionally, applicants who have already benefitted from an Erasmus Mundus Joint Master scholarship are not eligible to apply for an additional scholarship.
Source: Erasmus+ Programme Guide
Regular Erasmus+ Grants
Inside the consortium, bilateral agreements are in place between Strasbourg and Lisbon, Milan, Ljubljana. Therefore, students who chose a track that includes these partners can be apply for regular Erasmus + grants for their mobility period.
There exist also a programme for International Credit Mobility (ICM) between Bar Ilan and Strasbourg, that will run until 2023.
Special Grants from Partner universities
Some partners offer also study grants to their students for which students in this course are eligible.
Grants from external sources
- France-Slovenia: The mobility of students is based on the ERASMUS program. Additionally, the “Institut Français de Slovénie” offers some grants.
- France-Ukraine: scholarships are offered by the French Embassy in Ukraine.
- Strasbourg and Tel-Aviv are twin cities. This offers additional scholarship between the two sites.
- France-Italy: the best students can apply for a scholarship in the Vinci program
- France-Portugal: the best students can apply for a scholarship from the Pessoa program.