The Evaluation Committee of the InterMaths EMJMD Consortium has completed the evaluation of the applications for the awarding of the Erasmus Mundus Scholarships for the 2023-cohort of the InterMaths MSc programme.
The results are available below in two lists:
- The first one for Partner Countries applicants: 22 Scholarships (including specific targeted regions).
- The second one for Programme Countries: 3 Scholarships.
We would like to remind you about the so-called "geographical-balance rule", based on which no more than 3 candidates with the same nationality can be awarded an EMJMD scholarship.
In the next few days, all the applicants in the main list (students being awarded an Erasmus Mundus scholarship) are going to receive an email with detailed instructions on what to do to confirm their position. Please, if you are in main list, do not contact us until you receive further information from us.
All the applicants in the reserve list are eligible to enrol in InterMaths as self-funded students, and to receive a Consortium Scholarship. Please, if you are in the reserve list do not contact us at this stage. You will soon receive further information from us about Consortium Scholarships and how to confirm your position.
If your ID number is not on the lists below, unfortunately this means that you are in the non-selected list, hence you're not eligible for enrolment. This doesn't necessarily mean that your application was not good enough (by the way, we have received around 900 applications), but that it was given a ranking lower than the one given to other applicants before you in the list. In actual fact, the European Agency (EACEA) only allows us to have a relatively limited number of eligible students in the reserve list, mainly because the number of scholarships is quite limited, and it would be no use to have such a long waiting list.