Workshop about Master’s Scholarships in Europe

UFSC will host a workshop on how to apply and increase chances of being granted a master’s scholarship of the Erasmus Mundus Program in Europe. The workshop will take place at the Rectorate Building Auditorium on two dates:

– 26 April 2019: from 10 a.m. to 11 am.

– 2 May 2019: from 7p.m. to 8 p.m.

The event is part of a #ESAAeu project called #HowToErasmus+, funded by the European Union, and will be conducted by a representative of Erasmus Mundus Association in Germany.

More information can be found on the event’s Facebook page or on this flyer.

Location: UFSC – Rectorate Building Auditorium (location map:



Currently, there are 109 Erasmus Mundus master’s programs available for graduates in all areas of study. Master’s programs have a 2-year duration and students attend universities in two or more countries of the European Union. Scholarship holders have free education, a monthly allowance of €1000 (for 24 months), and a financial assistance of €3000 per year. Brazil is the country with the largest number of selected students in this program.