1.1. What are the mobility rules?
The doctoral candidates holding an Erasmus Mundus Fellowship must perform their training/research time period in at least two dfferent countries represented by the consortium.
For Category B followhip holders, these two countries must be different from the country in which the doctoral candidate has obtained his/her last university degree. The candidate may choose his/her ast degree (usually masters) awarding country if this degree was awarded in the context of a joint/double+multiple degree scheme.
1.2. Must I stay in Europe during all my Erasmus Mundus fellowship?
The doctoral candidates holding an Erasmus Mundus fellwoship must spend most of the doctorate period in the European countries represented in the consortium or the among associated partners. However, if the EMJD Consortium includes Third-Country partners and/or associated members, then:
Category A fellowship can spend a training/research/fieldwork period of a maximum duration of one semester (or 6 months, cumulative or consecutive) in these countries; periods in excess of this duration may not be covered by the EMJD fellowship;