Funding Opportunities

Important: Erasmus Mundus Scholarships are not available for the 2024-2026 cohort as the funding of Europubhealth+ by the Erasmus+ programme is coming to an end. We invite applicants to join the Programme with an alternative source of funding. 

You will find below a list of resources that can be useful in your search for funding. Candidates are also strongly encouraged to look for scholarships or loan opportunities according to their personal situation (country of origin, country of residence, planned pathway in the Europubhealth+ programme, etc.).

Please note that some scholarships are only available for a few nationalities, or countries. Pay attention to the conditions and deadlines of each opportunity.

Applicants must be aware that the Europubhealth+ coordination team is not responsible for these scholarships. Applicants should carry out all procedures by themselves.

This year, a financial support scheme will be available for some students. The selected students may be offered a fee waiver, up to 50% of the tuition fees. The decision criteria will be based on the excellence and the financial situation of the applicant.

Please note that fee-waivers are available for applications submitted before the 27th of March 2024.

You may apply for the fee waiver through the dedicated section of the application form.

For the second year, students can apply for a mobility grant.

  • First-year students enrolled in Dublin, Granada, or Liege can apply for an Erasmus+ mobility grant. The Erasmus+ grant is not means-tested and is open to students of all nationalities. The amount is around 200-300€ per month, depending on the destination country (i.e. students in their second year in Maastricht will receive a higher amount compared to those in Granada).

Due to the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union, the Erasmus+ mobility grant is no longer available for students who start the programme at the University of Sheffield.

You can find more information on the European Agency Website.

  • First-year students enrolled in Sheffield can apply for the Turing grant. The grant is available to students of all nationalities. The amount is around £335 per month (approximately 380€). Students with lower household income will be prioritized for this grant.

Please note that the allocation of this grant is subject to the approval of the Global Engagement department. Each year, the department applies for the Turing Scheme in the hopes of securing funding. Following successful acquisition, these funds are then allocated to students through a system of grants. In that sense, the funding varies from year to year.

You can find more information and updates on this page.

Please take into account that these two grants are intended to assist students with additional costs incurred during the second year abroad. They are not enough to cover all expenses and should not be relied on for essential living costs such as food and rent.

You can find below a list of scholarship browsers to help you in your search of funding sources.

North American applicants (USA)


South American applicants

African applicants

European Applicants

Asian Applicants


40% of our students are non-Erasmus Mundus scholarship holders and have an alternative source of funding. Sources can be governmental loans, or national grants from your home or host country.

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