The number of Erasmus Mundus scholarships is limited and the scholarships are only allocated to the very best applicants in each student intake. Therefore, we strongly encourage students to look for other financing and scholarship possibilities.
Applicants must ensure that they have sufficient funds to support themselves financially throughout their entire study period in the SECCLO programme. International students who cannot show proof of sufficient funds for living expenses for their period of study will not be able to obtain a student visa or residence permit. You can read more about living costs from Practical information for selected SECCLO students.
You can begin your search for other funding possibilities from the links below, but note that the list is not exhaustive and you should also look for country-specific options.
Please note also that the SECCLO consortium universities are not responsible for these scholarships, nor can provide more information. You should always check the details of any given funding option directly with the organisation providing the scholarship.
Students who are accepted to SECCLO as self-funded students, can consider applying for an Erasmus Mundus+ Loans. Currently the scheme is available through universities and banks in Spain, France, UK and Turkey for outgoing students from these countries.
National scholarships from the student’s home country are to be arranged independently. Examples of national scholarship or loan schemes include e.g. CONACYT (Mexico) and COLFUTURO (Colombia). See the scholarship portals below for other options.