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Erasmus Mundus GLOBED Scholarships 2024 – Joint Master In Education Policies For Global Development


GLOBED will be implemented withing the Erasmus+ framework until the year 2029, which means that students who apply along the next four intakes will have the possibility to opt for the Erasmus Mundus scholarship as well.

The Erasmus Mundus Joint Master in Education Policies for Global Development (GLOBED) aims to set new standards as an international Master in the field of globalization, education and international development.

The programme has been recently awarded an Erasmus+ grant by the European Commission for the third time, covering the years 2023-2029 and following the 2014-2019 and 2018-2024 periods.

Started in September 2015, GLOBED constitutes a solid and coherent international education program in the areas of global education policy and international development. The existing postgraduate offer in Europe does not devote sufficient attention to these themes; education for development is usually part of broader International Development Studies, and typically features a narrow disciplinary and territorial focus. By bringing together research centres from all around Europe from different backgrounds and networks, GLOBED will promote an interdisciplinary approach to the field of education and development, and will provide expertise from all regions of the world.


All scholarship holders, regardless of their residence or nationality, will receive 1.400 € per month along the two-years programme. The Erasmus+ scholarship includes subsistence, mobility and installation costs. It also covers the registration at the four universities of the consortium and a worldwide health insurance.


  1. Academic background: A Bachelor’s degree title on Educational Sciences or in any other relevant field (preferably in Sociology, Social/Cultural Anthropology, Political Sciences, Human Geography and International Relations).The degree programme should last a minimum of three years and correspond to 180 ECTS.

  2. Academic qualifications: A minimum grade average of 7/10 (or equivalent of C), or GPA of 2.75/4.

  3. English proficiency: High English language proficiency to be demonstrated through Secure English Language Test (SELT) result at the required levels.*Please check proficiency waivers on the FAQs section.

Deadline: February19, 2024

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