In addition to covering tuition fees the Fellowship provides living costs of 33,600 euros (gross) per annum, specified travel costs (candidates from outside Europe 7,500 euros; European candidates 3,000 euros over the three years, if visiting Associate Partners outside Europe).
In 2011, Erasmus Mundus funding was awarded to Kent for a Joint Doctorate in Cultural and Global Criminology: DCGC is a three-year interdisciplinary, collaborative PhD-programme which combines the expertise and strengths of four universities with established reputations in the field: The University of Kent: The Eotvos Lorand University of Budapest (ELTE), Hungary; the University of Hamburg, Germany; and Utrecht University, Netherlands.
To apply please see http://www.dcgc.eu/application/application-process/.
Application for 2016 Erasmus Mundus fellowships are now closed. The University of Kent is not offering this award for 2017.
Externally-funded applicants may still apply and should contact the consortium directly via http://www.dcgc.eu/contact/contact-us/.