The European Commission has announced the selection results for joint master’s degrees following the 2014 Call for proposals under Erasmus+.
Joint master’s degrees are delivered by international consortia of higher education institutions.
The nine successful applications for 2014 include a consortium led by the University of the Highlands and Islands in Inverness. Working with the University of Nantes in France and the University of Crete in Greece, they will be offering a joint master’s in Aquaculture, Environment and Society.
Napier University in Edinburgh has been successful in getting funding for a joint master’s degree on film, entitled ‘Kino Eyes – The European Movie Masters’, in partnership with Tallinn University in Estonia and Lisbon University in Portugal.
The full list of selection results has been published on the European Commission’s Executive Agency website. Start dates for the degrees will be according to the institutions involved.
If you are interested in finding out more about joint master’s degrees, you can read more here.