In the academic year of 2017/2018, a total of eight EMJMD scholarships from the European Commission were available. For the academic year 2018/2019, we cannot guarantee any scholarships from the European Commission, though we have applied for continued funding through the EMJMD funding action of the Erasmus+ programme. Funding decisions will be made by the EACEA of the European Commission in around June 2018.
Up to twelve partial tuition fee waiver will be offered to the highest ranking non-European applicants. By this, their tuition fee will be reduced by €4,000 to a total of €5,500.
Also the four highest ranked European applicants will be awarded with partial tuition fee waivers. Their tuition fee will be reduced by € 3,000 to a of € 2,500.
Scholarship opportunities for EMLE students
1. Students that either spend the first or second term in Hamburg (but not both) may benefit from an Erasmus Mobility Grant.
2. Furthermore, the twelve highest-ranked admitted non-European applicants and the four highest-ranked admitted European applicants will be offered a partial tuition fee-waiver of €4,000 or €3,000, respectively (see above).
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Should you have any additional questions about our scholarship opportunities, please contact the EMLE management team at info[at]emle.org.
Other Scholarship opportunities
Please check the options for scholarships from organizations in your own countries to study abroad. We are currently compiling a list of organizations that have been sponsoring our students in the past years, which will be published here soon. At this point you can send an inquiry about this to info[at]emle.org. Also, visit the pages of the international offices at your EMLE host universities to search for funding options specific to your host countries.
Scholarships for visiting scholars to the EMLE Partner Universities
There are also scholarships for visiting scholars. Prospective visiting scholars should be established researchers in economic analysis of law with a professional affiliation to a prominent university or research institution. Non-European visiting scholars can apply to the Consortium throughout the year.
Full applications, including a CV and a detailed research project, can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This venue is NOT intended for students. Applications from prospective students or from individuals having no established academic experience in economic analysis of law will NOT be considered.