Information on the MEME programme
Comprehensive information about the many facets of the Erasmus+ initiative can be found in the Erasmus+ Programme Guide and on the Erasmus+ website. Students and alumni are strongly advised to have a look at the website of the Erasmus Mundus Students and Alumni Association (EMA). Please note the updated Provisions for the processing of personal data of the EACEA.
The MEME Study Guide (under revision!) and the MEME Student Agreement contain detailed information on all aspects of the MEME programme. Students considering to apply for the programme, are strongly advised to study these documents carefully.
There are also local study guides for MEME students studying in Montpellier or Munich:Montpellier Study Guide
Munich Study Guide
Questions about the MEME programme that are left unanswered by these sources can be directed to meme*rug.nl. Moreover, many frequently asked questions are covered on the MEME Facebook Page, where also all kinds of specific questions can be deposited. Many of these questions will be answered by MEME students or MEME alumni.
The student has the right to appeal all decisions made by the Admissions and Examination Committee. To this end, a written appeal has to be sent to the MEME Board (firstname.lastname@example.org). The Board will review the case and inform the student about how to proceed within two weeks.