The call for EPIC scholarship applications for the second cohort is now CLOSED.
Please note the second cohort was open for applications at:
EU nationals at the following levels:
• Undergraduate – TG1
• Post-doctorate – TG1, TG2
• Staff – TG1, TG2
Lot country nationals at staff level – TG1, TG2, TG3
In addition to staff level, Lebanese could also apply for undergraduate level – TG1 & TG3.
The Call is now closed. Results will be announced in the beginning of February 2014.
Visit the How to Apply page and download the Guidance Document for step by step instructions on how to apply (please note that Master and Doctorate levels are not applicable for this round).
The EPIC Programme offers scholarships for undergraduate, master, doctoral and post-doctoral students and staff. These scholarships are financed by the European Commission under the Erasmus Mundus Programme and will cover travel, insurance, participation costs and subsistence allowance.
Visit the How to Apply page and download the The EPIC Programme offers scholarships for undergraduate, master, doctoral and post-doctoral students and staff. With the support of the of the European Union these scholarships will cover travel, insurance, participation costs and a monthly subsistence allowance.
Co-ordinated by Cardiff Metropolitan University.
An orientation meeting for EPIC scholars will be held on Tuesday 30th July 2013, at 10:30am Beirut time, at Universite Saint-Joseph, Lebanon.
Cardiff Metropolitan University
The EPIC Selection Committee will be meeting, via video conference, on Monday 24th June to nominate applicants from the second round, call 1 for EPIC.
German Jordanian University
GJU will be holding two EPIC information sessions this week for GJU students and (academic) staff.
First session: Tuesday 23rd April 2013 from 2:00pm to 3:30pm
Second session: Thursday 25th April 2013 from 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Both sessions will be conducted at the Auditorium of Building C at GJU.
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