School of Law

Erasmus+ research grants

Erasmus+ and QMUL logosLooking to gain international academic experience and to give your CV a competitive edge while benefitting from funding? This is a fantastic, life-changing opportunity to boost your employability and personalise your doctoral degree with niche international experience by conducting a portion of your research at one of our Law partner institutions in China or India.

You can apply to complete a 5-month exchange during your second or third year as a research visit at one of Law’s ICM partner institutions between September 2017 and July 2019 through the Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility (ICM) Programme:



The Erasmus+ ICM grant provides individual support funding at EUR 650/month to contribute towards your living cost as well as a one-time travel grant ranging between EUR 820-1100 to contribute towards your return airfare. The Erasmus+ Programme is committed to widening participation and increasing the number of mobile students from disadvantaged backgrounds.

Discuss with your supervisor and apply for the funded research visit exchange directly with the School of Law.