From 2020, the CEU tracks of Mundus MAPP will be offered in Vienna, Austria, by Central European University (Private University). CEU Vienna will deliver the same program components as has been hitherto (and is currently) delivered by CEU Budapest. These changes reflect the recent transformation of Central European University into a bi-campus university.
Although the UK is likely to leave the European Union by the time of academic year 2020/21, there is no change in the role of the University of York in delivering the program.
Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree Scholarships will not be available for the 2020-22 edition of the program. However, institutional scholarships offered by the Consortium institutions will continue to be available for the highest rated applicants for the 2020-22 study period. Erasmus Mundus scholarships will resume as of 2021.