Financial aid

The Mundus MAPP consortium is continuing to offer financial aid to top applicants. These scholarships will be awarded based on academic merit. All applicants submitting their application by the scholarship application deadline of February 1, 2017 will be automatically considered.

Applications submitted by the other two applications deadlines of November 20, 2016 and May 3, 2017 will not be considered for financial aid.

The following financial aid packages will be available for the 2017-2019 study cycle:

1)    For one person in the CEU-IBEI track:
A CEU Master’s Excellence Scholarship for year 1 at CEU combined with a 50% tuition waiver for year 2 at IBEI.

The CEU Master’s Excellence Scholarship covers the full cost of tuition and medical insurance. In addition, excellence scholarship recipients are awarded a monthly stipend of 96,000 HUF and housing in the CEU Residence Center for students who are not residents of Budapest.

In addition to the costs of living, the scholarship recipient will be expected to pay the following amount for tuition fees: 5,500 EUR for year 2 at IBEI.

2)    For one person in the CEU-YORK track:
A CEU Master’s Excellence Scholarship for year 1 at CEU combined with a full tuition waiver for year 2 at YORK.

The CEU Master’s Excellence Scholarship covers the full cost of tuition and medical insurance. In addition, excellence scholarship recipients are awarded a monthly stipend of 96,000 HUF and housing in the CEU Residence Center for students who are not residents of Budapest.

In addition, they will be expected to pay for the costs of their living in year 2 at York.

3)    For one person in the ISS-IBEI track:
A 50% tuition waiver for both academic years.

In addition to the costs of living, the scholarship recipient will be expected to pay the following amount for tuition fees: 5,500 EUR/academic year, i. e. 11,000 EUR in total.

4)    For one person in the ISS-YORK track:
A 50% tuition waiver for year 1 at ISS combined with a full tuition waiver for year 2 at YORK.

In addition to the costs of living, the scholarship recipient will be expected to pay the following amount for tuition fees: 5,500 EUR for year 1 at ISS. They will also be expected to pay for the costs of their living in year 2 at York.

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These scholarships will be awarded based on academic merit. All applicants submitting their application by the scholarship application deadline on February 1, 2017, will be automatically considered. Since the offered scholarship packages do not cover all tuition and living costs and only the top four candidates will be awarded a scholarship, applicants are strongly encouraged to seek external funding from the time of submitting their application to the program, to cover their costs/supplement the funding provided by the Consortium.

In addition to the financial aid offered by the Mundus MAPP Consortium specifically, admitted students are eligible to apply for other scholarships administered by some of the partner institutions. Inquiries about these must be addressed to the institutions directly, to the contact persons named below.

For information on further scholarship opportunities available for students of ISS please check: http://www.iss.nl/prospective_students/fellowships/.
Contact person: Marianne van Dieren

For information on further scholarship opportunities available for students of IBEI please check: http://www.ibei.org/en/scholarships_27059.
Contact person: Rebecca Niethammer

Once enrolled, students of CEU are eligible to apply for internal grants to financially support their thesis research or conference travel.
 

NOTE: Until the cohort of students admitted for 2016-2018, the consortium also offered Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters Degree scholarships funded by the European Union. Unfortunately, these scholarships are no longer available.

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This communication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.