Master International Migration and Social Cohesion

Tuition fees and scholarships

Master in International Migration and Social Cohesion

The MISOCO programme will not accept applications for the academic year 2015-2016. Applicants interested in migration studies are asked to consult the consortium partners' pages for more information on their national master degrees in migration studies. The application information in this section is kept available for informative purposes only.

Tuition fees 2014-2016

The fees for the MISOCO programme edition 5: 2014-2016 have been established at:
- Cat-A students pay €6000 per year
- Cat-B students pay €4000 per year

Erasmus Mundus Scholarship holders receive a contribution towards their tuition fee and a tution fee waiver for any remaining amount.
- Contribution to tuition fees Cat-A students: € 6.000 per year
- Contribution to tuition fees Cat-B students: € 4.000 per year

Pre-registration fee for selected students

MISOCO student candidates are to pay a pre-registration fee, due on June 1, which is returned (by bank transfer) after students have signed their MISOCO student contract with the Consortium.
The pre-registration fee is established at €250. Failure to pay the selection fee by June 1, means that the student's participation in the MISOCO programme is cancelled. If a student drops out of the programme of their own accord before signing the student contract the pre-registration fee will not be returned.

Scholarships

MISOCO will not be offering scholarships under the new Erasmus +: Joint Master Degrees programme. 

Other foreign scholarships and loans are available for international students to fund their education. Please refer to the link below for more information.

 

The Erasmus Mundus scholarship information is provided solely for the benefit of current students and MISOCO alumni

Erasmus Mundus Category- A and Window Scholarships

The Erasmus Mundus Scholarship grant is EUR 42.000
• An allowance of EUR 1000 (one thousand euro) per month for 22 months of the official programme and to be paid by the coordinating institute University of Amsterdam.
• A contribution to travel, installation and any other type of costs EUR 8.000 (eight thousand euro), to be paid in two annual instalments of EUR 4.000.
• Contribution to EMMC participation costs of EUR 12.000 (twelve thousand euro) which is earmarked for paying the tuition fee which covers the Joint European Masters in International Migration and Social Cohesion.

Erasmus Mundus Category-B Scholarship

The Erasmus Mundus Scholarship grant is EUR 22.000
• An contribution towards living costs of EUR 500 (five hundred euro) per month for 22 months of the official programme and to be paid by the coordinating institute University of Amsterdam.
• A contribution to travel, installation and any other type of costs EUR 3.000 (three thousand euro), in case of Third-Country Mobility, to be paid in the second year of studies.
• Contribution to EMMC participation costs of EUR 8.000 (eight thousand euro) which is earmarked for paying the tuition fee which covers the Joint European Masters in International Migration and Social Cohesion (Erasmus Mundus).

Am I an Erasmus Mundus Category-A or Category-B Student?

Note that this Category A and B breakdown only applies to Erasmus Mundus Scholarship holders.  

Category B students are nationals from the 28 EU Member States, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).  

Category A students are from any other country, provided they are not currently residents of these eligible countries (above), nor have carried out their main activity (studies, work, etc.) for more than a total of 12 months over the last five years in one of these countries.

The five-year reference period for this 12-month rule is calculated backwards as from the submission deadline for Category A applications by the EM consortia to the Agency. This deadline is currently set for 28 February (i.e. 3 months AFTER the application deadline for individual students).

Western Balkans region (i.e. Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia and Kosovo) are considered Category-A countries.

 

Dual or mutiple nationality 

Note that the nationality you use in your application decides your Category A or B status and the height of your tuition fee. You cannot change your nationality after application to qualify for a lower tuition fee rate.

Published by  MISOCO

24 November 2014