The EU’s Erasmus Mundus Action 1 programme makes Europe’s educational opportunities more accessible to the rest of the world by granting scholarships to non-European students attending select programmes. Some of these eligible programmes involve Swedish universities, and are listed here. You can also use our program database
in order to find all Action 1 programmes.
(More information about Erasmus Mundus in general can be found here. For more information on general university partnerships, see Erasmus Mundus Action 2.)
Scholarship applications should be made directly to the institution hosting the programme; the Swedish Institute does not administer them. Please check scholarship eligibility rules before applying.
Blekinge Institute of Technology is a partner in The European Master on Software Engineering. The EMSE programme spans over two years and trains software developers in advanced software engineering concepts covering the entire development chain, from business management to the technical management and development perspectives.
Chalmers University of Technology collaborates with EMM-Nano, the Erasmus Mundus Master of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology.
KTH Royal Institute of Technology coordinates five Erasmus Mundus master's programmes. These are:
KTH also participates in five additional Erasmus Mundus programmes:
Luleå University of Technology in Kiruna coordinates SpaceMaster—the Joint European Master in Space Science and Technology—which gives students the opportunity to study space science at six universities around Europe.
Luleå University of Technology collaborates in AMASE, Advanced Materials Science and Engeneering Master Programme.
Lund University is a partner in 4 programmes:
SLU Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences is a partner in five Erasmus Mundus programmes.
Umeå University is a partner in MSPME Strategic Project Management, and is coordinated by Heriot-Watt University, UK.
University of Gothenburg collaborates with Roehamton Univeristy, UK, and University of Tromsø, Norway, in offering a master’s programme in Human Rights Practice.
Uppsala University participates in 3 programs: