GLOCAL course of studies extended - EU approves 4.4 million euros for second funding period

The Master's degree programme "Global Markets. Local Creativities" (GLOCAL) has been extended by the Education, Audiovisual and Cultural Agency (EACEA) of the EU within the framework of the Erasmus+ programme for a second funding period (2020-24). The programme is aimed at foreign students and has attracted over 900 applicants in recent years, of whom around 40 have been admitted to the programme in the winter semester. Scholarships are available for approx. 25 students. They study at three universities of the GLOCAL consortium, which now includes the founding members Glasgow, Barcelona, Göttingen and Rotterdam as well as Uppsala (Sweden), Los Andes (Colombia) and Kyoto (Japan).

Information on the programme can be found at: