Central European University Expands Scholarships for Erasmus Mundus Master’s in Public Policy Progra


CEU’s Erasmus Mundus Joint Master’s Program in Public Policy (Mundus MAPP) has been awarded renewed external funding to support the continuation and expansion of the two-year transnational joint master’s degree program for another five years. The grant of 5,472,000 euros, awarded by the European Union (EACEA) under the Erasmus+ framework, will enable the training of 160 students from across the world and the hosting of 16 fellows. It will also provide financial support in the form of scholarships for more than 90 students and contribute toward the instruction and administrative costs of program delivery and implementation.

“This funding will substantively support our intellectually inspiring and academically robust program, allowing CEU to continue its mission of providing equal opportunities and an enabling and empowering learning experience to new generations of students worldwide, including those from the global South and less privileged backgrounds,” said Martin Kahanec, Professor and Head of CEU’s Department of Public Policy. “The renewed support of the European Union further testifies to the excellence and relevance of Mundus MAPP.”