Erasmus Mundus Programmes are joint programmes offered by partner institutions in the member states. The programmes are based on a joint curriculum that is taught by cooperating institutions in at least three European countries. Students from inside and outside the EU can apply for an Erasmus Mundus scholarship.
You can find more information about these scholarships on the website of the EM-Programme of your choice. Wageningen University currently participates in four Erasmus Mundus Programmes.
- understanding of and measuring genetic variation (Statistical Genetics)
- molecular genetics and bioinformatics (Genomics)
- design and evaluation of breeding programmes (Animal Breeding)
- understanding of intra-animal biological relationships (other)
|Sweden||Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU)|
|Austria||University for Agricultural Sciences (BOKU)|
|Norway||Norwegian University of Life Sciences (UMB)|
The Agris Mundus Masters course objectives are to train you to cope with the current global/international concerns in agriculture and rural development.
Graduates will be qualified to identify and critically analyse key factors shaping the development of crops, forests and animal production, the management of research and rural development projects and finally, the sustainable use of natural resources and the environment.
You will be trained to formulate and provide effective and appropriate responses to complex agriculture and natural resources related issues.
|Denmark||University of Copenhagen (KU LIFE)|
|Ireland||University College Cork|
|Italy||Universita degli Studi di Catania|
|Spain||Universidad Politecnica de Madrid|
The focus of the MSc European Forestry is on the international dimensions of forest resource management and utilisation, supported by a sound understanding of ecological conditions and their dynamics in Europe.
The international environment of the MSc EF invites you to study and to meet friends from all over the world. In addition to receiving a high quality education, you will enjoy the cultural and recreational opportunities of many European cities and nature.
|Spain||University of Lleida|
|Germany||University of Freiburg|
|Finland||University for Agricultural Sciences (BOKU)|
|Finland||University of Eastern Finland|
|Sweden||Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences|
IMRD brings together leading universities and research institutes in Europe. It offers the opportunity to study the European vision on rural development and to experience the diversity of approaches and applications of this European paradigm.
The aim is to train specialists in integrated rural development not only from the European Union, but also from developed, developing and transition countries outside the European Union. The focus is on the socio-economic and institutional aspects of rural development.
|Germany||Humboldt University of Berlin|
|Spain||University of Cordoba|
|Slovakia||Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra|
|Italy||University of Pisa|