The scholarship covers the living costs, insurances, travel costs and subscription fees.
The European Master in Animal Breeding and Genetics (EM-ABG) offers high quality training, both in terms of scientific knowledge and didactic skills, provided by six excellent university groups within the EU.
The EM-ABG is a response to the need for highly qualified graduates in the internationally operating area of animal breeding and genetics.
The co-ordinating university selects the students that meet the following formal admission conditions:
The Consortium Committee can admit excellent third-country students with a somewhat lower TOEFL score (550 cq 213 or 79-80 and IELTS 6.0).
Deadline: February 1 each year.
For further details, see: Erasmus Mundus European Master in Animal Breeding and Genetics Scholarships Website