Scholarships and tuition fees

 

The programme offers scholarships funded by the European Commission.

Applicants from the programme countries (28 EU countries, Norway, Lichtenstein, Turkey, Iceland, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia) as well as from the partner countries (all other countries) can apply for Erasmus+ scholarships. The number of partner and programme country scholarships is limited and will be allocated to the best-ranked students. The number of EU funded scholarships for the intake of 2019 will be 13. The EU scholarships are the following:

  • Scholarships for partner country students are offered to applicants from partner countries and can be awarded to students selected by the EACH consortium who are not residents nor have carried out their main activity (studies, work, etc.) for more than a total of 12 months over the last five years in the Erasmus+ programme countries (28 EU countries, Norway, Lichtenstein, Turkey, Iceland, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia). Please note that the five-year reference period for this 12-month rule is calculated backward from our application submission deadline, which is January 11, 2019.
  • Scholarships for programme country students are offered to applicants whose country of residence is one of the Erasmus+ programme countries (the countries are listed above).

The admission’s committee of the EACH programme will create a ranking of applicants, but the final decision of scholarship allocation lies with the EU Commission. The number of partner country scholarships for the intake of 2019 will be up to 10. The number of programme country scholarships for the intake of 2019 will be up to 3. All applicants are automatically considered for the above-listed scholarships – an additional application is not required. See the table below for details.

 

In addition, the EACH consortium offers a number of tuition-waiver scholarships. These scholarships cover the tuition fee. See below for more details. In addition, students who do not have the EU scholarship can apply for some other scholarships. Please also see the FAQ 15 in the Frequently asked Questions Section for more information.

 

Scholarships in the EACH programmea:

 

1. Scholarship funded by the EU

Scholarship type

Determined by

Programme country student

Partner country student

TUITION FEEb Citizenshipc 4500 EUR/year (up to 9000 EUR/programme) 9000 EUR/year (up to 18000 EUR/programme)
MONTHLY ALLOWANCE Citizenship 1000 EUR/monthd (up to 24000 EUR/programmee) 1000 EUR/month (up to 24000 EUR/programme)
TRAVEL ALLOWANCE Residencyf
  • 1000 EUR/year (up to 2000 EUR/programme) for students who are residents of one of the EU countries, Norway, Lichtenstein, Turkey, Iceland, or the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (residents of programme country).

 

  • 2000 EUR/year (up to 4000 EUR/programme) for students who are residents of a partner country and whose location is less than 4000 km away from Tartu, Estonia (coordinating university).

 

  • 3000 EUR/year (up to 6000 EUR/programme) for students who are residents of a partner country and whose location is further than 4000 km away from Tartu, Estonia (coordinating university).

 

Please see the distance calculator here.

INSTALLATION COST Residency 1000 EUR/programme for students who are residents of a partner country.

a Please be aware that only applicants who have submitted all the required documents will be considered for the scholarships.

b  The tuition fee includes insurance. Insurance will be handled by Marsh international insurance company or by Dr-Walter insurance company.

c  Programme country students are applicants holding the citizenship of one of the 28 EU countries, Norway, Lichtenstein, Turkey, Iceland, or the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. Programme country students are also applicants not coming from the above-mentioned countries but who have carried out their main activity (studies, work, etc.) for more than a total of 12 months over the last five years in the above-mentioned countries. The five-year reference period for this 12-month rule is calculated backward from the application submission deadline.

d The monthly allowance cannot be paid for scholarship holders for the study-period spent in their country of permanent residence (e.g. students from Estonia will not be eligible for the monthly allowance during their studies in UT).

e The final number of months during which the scholarship is paid depends on the graduation date.

f Residency during the time of submitting the application.

 

2. Scholarship funded by the EACH consortium:

As stated above, the EACH consortium offers a number of tuition-waiver scholarships that cover the tuition fee for the two-year programme. For students with the citizenship of one of the programme countries the tuition fee is 4500 EUR/year and for students with the citizenship of a partner country, it is 9000 EUR/year (please see the Tuition Fee section below for more details).

 

 General rules for partner and programme country scholarships:

  • According to the rules of the EU Erasmus+ programme, at least 75% of the scholarships funded by the EU will be awarded to students from partner countries and up to 25% of the scholarships funded by the EU will be awarded to students from programme countries. The tuition-waiver scholarships are independent of the EU Erasmus+ programme.
  • Students applying for a partner or programme country scholarship are not allowed to submit a scholarship application to more than three EU funded consortia.
  • Students who have already obtained an Erasmus Mundus Master Course scholarship are not eligible to apply for an additional scholarship under Erasmus+ programme  Joint Master Degree (JMD) action.
  • Students benefiting from a partner or programme country scholarship cannot benefit from another EU grant while pursuing their studies in an Erasmus+ JMD.

 

Tuition fees:

We charge from partner country students the fee of 9000 EUR per annum and from programme country students 4500 EUR per annum. The partner and programme country scholarships, as well as the tuition-waiver scholarships cover the tuition fee. If the number of qualifying applicants is larger than the number of available scholarships,  the consortium offers some fee-based study places.  Students wishing to be enrolled in those study places will have to pay the tuition fee according to their status as programme or partner country student.

The tuition fee covers:

1. Tuition throughout the programme and essential study materials (including the language courses and winter school);

2. Orientation course and reception upon arrival to the first- and second-year universities;

3. Ongoing support service and counselling by the international student services by the first- and second-year universities;

4. Tutors/student assistant who help with everyday issues like settling in the dormitory, registering for classes, getting medical help, etc.);

5. Insurance including health insurance, accident insurance, liability insurance, insurance against theft or loss of documents, supplementary assistance insurance and round-the-clock support service that is valid during studies in the EACH programme (not covered in the case of tuition-waiver scholarships).

 

The tuition fee does not cover accommodation in the dormitory,  meals, travel costs required for the mobilities, living expenses or other costs.

 

Last modified: October 29, 2018