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The Euroculture Consortium and Euroculture Göttingen have the following set deadlines for the 2024-2026 course:
January 10, 2024: Deadline to apply for the Erasmus Mundus Scholarship. Read more about the scholarship here.
March 1, 2024: Early bird application deadline for self-financing students (recommended).
Late applications possible till September 15, 2024: Acceptance on a rolling-basis.
Note as indicated above, depending on the application volume and study places available, late applications might be accepted.
The tuition fee of the Euroculture Programme is a result of a complex calculation of the total costs and other funding in the member universities. It has been calculated by the consortium to be a common admission fee for the whole consortium. The fee will account for all the fees that the students are normally asked to pay at the individual universities in all four semesters, including the tuition fee, the diploma fees (i.e. joint degree costs), registration fees etc.
The Erasmus Mundus Master's Programme Euroculture distinguishes two types of students, each with a different level of tuition fees:
Students who hold a passport from one of the European Union or EFTA countries.
Third country students (students from all other countries).
The tuition fee is administrated by the Euroculture Secretariat in Groningen.