The SpaceMed master recruits excellent students from all over the world, and selection is very competitive: around 20 Erasmus Mundus scholarships are awarded every year.

EMJM scholarships

By applying to the SPACEMED Master programme, you can apply for an Erasmus Mundus Joint Master (EMJM) scholarship, by mentioning your choice while filling in the application form.

The EMJM scholarship amounts to 1400€ per month, for a total duration of 24 months. It includes a waiver for participation fees and covers all living costs of the students (travel, accommodation, visa, etc.).

Students from all over the world are eligible for EMJM scholarships under some conditions:

  • the applicant has never been beneficiary from a EMJM scholarship nor a Erasmus Mundus Master Course / Joint Doctorate scholarship
  • the applicant undertakes to waive any other EMJM scholarship for the duration of the SPACEMED course
  • no more than two nationals from the same country can be awarded a EMJM scholarship
  • the financial support shall be repaid by the scholarship holder in case of fraud or false declaration.

For further information about EMJM scholarships, please consult the Erasmus+ Programme guide for rules and regulation (website of the European Commission) or the selection procedure section or contact us writing to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Other funding

We encourage our applicants to explore national and local funding opportunities offered to outgoing and incoming students by many countries‍.


The SPACEMED programme is also open to professionals, who can benefit from financial support from their employer, conversion fund, sabbatical, etc.

Self-supporting students

Students or professionals with no external funding are also welcome to apply for the SPACEMED programme. If so, they should ensure to be able to cover the participation fees and living costs by their own.

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