Tuition Fee

Tuition fee for the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master programme in Sustainable Forest and Nature Management:

  • For citizens from EU/EEA/Switzerland: do not pay tuition fees for the 2-year programme
  • For citizens from outside the EU/EEA/Switzerland: EUR 30000 for the 2-year programme

Students selected for the Erasmus Mundus Scholarship are granted a tuition fee waiver.

Payment Deadlines
The payment deadlines are: 

  • 1st semester: 15 April 
  • 2nd semester: 15 January 
  • 3rd semester: 15 August 
  • 4th semester: 15 January 

Please note that the tuition fee for 1st semester is not refunded after 1 August. After this date only a failed visa application will result in the refund of your 1st semester tuition fee. 

In case you are applying for a European citizenship, a refund for the following tuition fees is only possible if you obtain the European citizenship before the semester starts. 

Pay your 1st Semester Tuition Fee
To obtain full admission to the programme you need to pay the first part of your tuition fee. 

The SUFONAMA Commission will send you a request for payment of the tuition fee a minimum of 3 weeks prior to the payment deadline for the upcoming semester. The email will include a link to our payment portal and instructions on how to make the payment. 

Deadline for paying tuition fee for the first semester: 15 April 

If you fail to pay your tuition fee before the deadline, we will have to cancel your admission. 

Erasmus Mundus Scholarship

The Erasmus Mundus Scholarship is awarded to the best students admitted each year to the programme from all over the world. 

The scholarship amounts to a maximum of 33,600 € (1400 € per month for up to 24 months). 

All scholarship holders are granted a tuition fee waiver. 

To be eligible for the scholarship, you must:

  • comply with the Erasmus Mundus Mobility Requirement
  • be a full-time student on the programme.  

Erasmus Mundus Mobility Requirements
Erasmus Mundus Scholarship holders must successfully complete a minimum of 30 ECTS in two countries which are different from the country in which you resided at the time of application. 

For instance, if you reside in Germany at the time of application and choose University of Göttingen (in Germany) as your second-year university, you will not be eligible for the Erasmus Mundus Scholarship. However, you will be eligible for the scholarship if you choose another second-year university.

The first instalment
If you are selected for the Erasmus Mundus Scholarship, the first instalment is transferred upon arrival to the University of Copenhagen – expected disposal by the end of September.  

The scholarship cannot be paid in advance nor be deferred for later admission.  

Every scholarship holder will get more information on what to do to receive the scholarship before study start. 

How to apply for the Erasmus Mundus Scholarship
You apply for Erasmus Mundus Scholarship when you apply for admission.   

In the application portal you will be asked if you want to apply for the scholarship. You can still apply for admission if you do not wish to apply for the scholarship. 

You cannot apply for the scholarship without applying for admission to the programme. 

You cannot apply for Erasmus Mundus Scholarship if you have previously obtained an Erasmus Mundus Scholarship. 

Read about how to apply for admission (and the scholarship) here

Erasmus Mobility Grant
If you have not been selected for an Erasmus Mundus Scholarship, you may apply for the Erasmus Mobility Grant.

You can apply for the grant for the second year, if you are going to:

  • University of Göttingen
  • Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
  • University of Padova

Since the United Kingdom is no longer part of the Erasmus Mobility scheme, you cannot apply for the grant if you are going to Bangor University for the second year.

The grant will expectedly amount to 450-500 EUR per month – the monthly rate depends on your mobility track.

You may apply for the grant during the first semester of your studies at the University of Copenhagen. You can apply for 10-12 months of grant.

The grant will be disbursed for your second year of studies only. It cannot be granted for the first year of studies.

ITTO Fellowship Programme
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World Bank Scholarships Program
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European Funding Guide
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