The Transatlantic Partnership for Excellence in Engineering (TEE) programme is funded by the European Commission as part of the Erasmus Mundus-Action 2 Project. TEE offers a mobility grant for doctoral students in science and technology between Europe and the US and Canada, and vice versa. 68 scholarships are awarded annually. The scholarship covers tuition fees, travelling expenses, health insurance and provides beneficiaries with a monthly stipend of €1,500. TEE is a doctoral sandwich programme that has a duration of 6, 10 or 25 months.
Candidates should be students, researchers, and staff who are enrolled (or working) at a TEE Partner University. Candidates must be nationals of the USA, Canada and Europe. Doctoral candidates should have a Master’s degree and be enrolled at a TEE partner university.