Université Paris-Saclay International Master’s Scholarship Programme in now opened

 
160 scholarship available for the academic year 2017-2018

Université Paris-Saclay seeks to promote access to its master’s degree programmes to international students, taught in its member establishments, and to make it easier for highly-qualified international students to attend the University, especially those wishing to develop an academic project through research up to the doctoral level.
160 scholarships will be awarded for the 2017-2018 academic year. The scholarships are awarded to students enrolled in Université Paris-Saclay master’s programmes on an academic merit-based basis.
 
The scholarships are awarded for 1 or 2 years, depending on the initial admission level (M1 or M2), to newly enrolled master’s students at Université Paris-Saclay (2017/2018), providing that the necessary number of credits has been obtained to pass to a superior level.

Pre-Selection Process:

  • Being admitted into a master’s programme does not automatically entitle the student to be eligible for a scholarship.
  • Candidates for the international master’s scholarship programme will be selected by the admission panel among all the students enrolled at Université Paris-Saclay.
  • Only the students contacted by email can submit an application.

Amount of the scholarship:

  • The Université Paris-Saclay scholarship is 10,000€ per year. It is paid by the establishment the candidate is registered in for the duration of the academic year, and for a period of no less than 10 consecutive months per year.
  • A maximum of 1,000€ for travel and visa expenses is also awarded depending on the candidate’s country of origin.
  • The winners will receive the scholarship and the travel and visa coverage only upon their arrival in France. No advanced payment can be made.

 Eligibility criteria:

Considered as eligible:

  • Newcomer international students, maximum 30 years old the year of acceptance.
  • International students living in France less than one year, enrolled into a student programme that does not confer a degree.
  • International students living in France less than one year, taking language classes that do not confer a degree (type FLE or other).

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