7 partner institutions represent six European countries with different locations and cultures across all Europe: University of Granada (Spain, coordinator), University of Bologna (Italy), Central European University at the Vienna campus (Austria), University of York (United Kingdom), University of Lodz (Poland), University of Oviedo (Spain) and University of Utrecht (Netherlands). GEMMA offers added value through its geographically balanced consortium which makes it possible for students to choose their international mobility route amongst the participating universities. It also gives students a unique possibility to obtain a double diploma.
Applications for this programme always go through the central coordination at Granada University. There’re two calls every year: one for the Erasmus Mundus scholarship (for non-EU only) and one for self-financed applicants. More information on the website of the central coordination at Granada University.