Erasmus Mundus Master's
- Choreomundus (Master's programme in Dance, Knowledge, Practice and Heritage)
- Color in Science and Industry (Master's programme)
- Coastal and Marine Engineering and Management (Master's programme)
- Embedded Computing Systems (Master's programme)
- Security and Cloud Computing (Master's programme)
- Renewable Energy in the Marine Environment (Master's programme)
- Wind Energy (Master's programme)
Erasmus Mundus is a programme that aims to enhance the quality of higher education in Europe by promoting dialogue and understanding between people and cultures through mobility and academic cooperation. Erasmus Mundus is open to both European and non-European students, and there are generous scholarships and funding opportunities available.
Each master's programme is organised by a consortium of at least three specialised universities in different European countries. Some programmes also include universities from non-European countries. Based on their scientific interest, students follow a mobility path where they attend two or more of the participating universities. All Erasmus Mundus degree programmes are recognised by the European Commission, and students will receive a double, multiple or joint degree.
For general information about Erasmus Mundus see the FAQ on the official European Commission's Erasmus+ homepage. For information about the Erasmus+ master's programmes at NTNU, visit the programme links below.
The Erasmus Mundus programmes at NTNU are taught in English. Visit the programme websites above for more information about language requirements. Please note that application procedures and deadlines may vary depending on the programme. Refer to the programme websites for more information.
Scholarships and funding
Generous scholarships covering tuition fees and living costs are available to both European and non-European students accepted to an Erasmus+ master's programme. The scholarships are awarded to eligible candidates on a competitive basis. Applications for an Erasmus Mundus scholarship should be addressed directly to the programme and institution of choice.