Master’s Degree Erasmus+ Program

Information for the Second Cycle Mobility Programs 2021/2022

There are two types of mobility study program in the second cycle:

(i) under the auspices of the Erasmus+ Program and (ii) within the framework of protocols signed with higher education institutions in Brazil, China and Republic of Korea.

I. The Erasmus+ Program enables second cycle students to go on exchanges with European institutions.

II. Student mobility to Brazil, China and Republic of Korea
Applications to study mobility at these Higher Education Institutions take place according to the same schedule as applications to the Erasmus+ Program.

All students wishing to study at one of the universities listed below during their third or fourth semesters are eligible and with their work under the supervision of an FCH member of staff. This requires the presentation of an opinion handed down by the Master’s Degree Coordinator regarding the relevance of the project prior to mobility. This document is not necessary for the purposes of the application but only a posteriori should students be pre-selected.

Eligibility requirements:
Attendance of the first year of the second cycle.

Application process:
Students wishing to apply should fill in the respective form and send their application via email to the FCH secretary for the International Relations (, before 21 of February 2021.

The following documents are to be sent with the form otherwise the application is subject to rejection:

  1. Curriculum Vitae;
  2. Letter of motivation justifying the application (maximum of 10 lines, at one and a half spaces).

Candidate selection:
Selection takes place according to the ranking of their average grades received in master’s seminars through to the application date. In case of equal average grades between two candidates, recourse is made to the final average gained at the undergraduate degree level.

List of Universities   

TABLE OF MONTHLY ERASMUS GRANTS      Erasmus+ Student Charter

Erasmus + Programme | Financial support
to participants with special needs