Are you looking for funding for your master's or engineering studies? Follow the guide...
There are several grant programmes for international students interested in coming to study in France. Depending on your home country and chosen course of study, application procedures, selection criteria and scholarship award procedure may vary according to the donor or exchange program involved.
SupAgro Fondation: International Excellence Grant
SupAgro Fondation provides international excellence grants which covers part of the costs of the engineering programme "Sustainable Agricultural and Food Systems for the South" (SAADS) and the International Master’s programme “Agronomy and Agrifood Science” (Master 3A).
International candidates admitted to the SAADS Engineering or International Master 3A programmes..
Erasmus Mundus/Erasmus+ training programmes
There also are stipends to cover installation and travel costs.
* All countries with the exception of European Union member states, Switzerland, Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein.
EIFFEL Scholarship for engineering and master’s levels
€1181/month over 12 months (entry in M2) or 24 months (entry in M1) or 36 months (engineering programme).
Several other costs (round trip travel, healthcare, cultural activities) also are covered.
The grants offered and their modalities are different for each AUF region, so you should contact the region concerned for details.
Fondation Benianh International Grant
The grant is limited to 4 million FCFA (€6,000) and is paid directly to the host institution to cover tuition fees (if these are less than the amount of the scholarship, the difference is paid to the prize-winner for education or research expenses).
Applications are open from March to June of each year.
Campus Bourse lists the funding programs available according to different criteria (nationalities, levels, themes...).
The European Funding Guide helps you look for grants and funding for your studies within the European Union!