Erasmus Mundus is a European Union initiative to support academic cooperation at master and doctoral degrees. It aims to provide a high quality European education to attract the best students from around the world. The programs are offered by a group of partner universities, and include studies in at least two European countries.Erasmus Mundus is associated with an attractive scholarship program. The scholarships cover tuition fees, installation costs and monthly fee stay. The amount of grant is:
-Students no-EU/parteners: 24.000 euros/year
- Students EU /partners: 11.500 euros/year
Enrollment in these programs is performed before a regular masters programs, and ends the next days.
Currently the Faculty offers three Erasmus Mundus
- Erasmus Mundus Master in Distributed Computing (EMDC)
- Erasmus Mundus Masters in Data Mining and Knowledge Management
- Erasmus Mundus Masters in Information Technology for Business