Feeds Topics Scholarship 200 Nigerian Students Benefit from Erasmus+ in 2022

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    Deborah Etim
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    This year, Erasmus+ has provided postgraduate scholarships to over 200 talented Nigerians to attend prestigious European universities. The number is significantly higher than the number of Nigerians who benefited from the project the previous year. In addition, Nigeria now ranks second after Pakistan in terms of the number of students chosen for the program in 2022.

    According to the EU In the past four years, the number of Nigerians chosen for Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters Degree Scholarships has increased, from 44 recipients in 2019 to 93 in 2020 to 133 in 2021 to the record number of nearly 200 awardees in 2022. Nigeria currently has the second greatest number of recipients worldwide, surpassing nations like Bangladesh, Brazil, India, and Mexico in the top group of nations with the most awardees worldwide, from ninth position in 2020 to sixth in 2021. Since 2004, the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree has benefited over 730 Nigerians.

    The Erasmus Mundus Joint Master’s Degree expands opportunities for young Nigerians both locally and internationally. The program is based on the idea that youth education and cultural interchange are essential to the socioeconomic growth of societies across the globe. Along with the Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters, Erasmus+ offers chances for travel and collaboration with partners outside of Europe.

    What does this mean for prospective applicants from Nigeria?

    With this positive transformation, it means that next year, the scholarship programme will even benefit more Nigerian applicants. This is good news for anyone looking forward to apply for the scholarship next year. Take advantage of this opportunity by preparing all your documents ahead of time and researching on application tips.
    Would you like to learn more about the Erasmus+ scholarship? Here’s all you need to know.

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