Deadline: November 30 , 2021
Apply for the Eiffel Scholarship Program at Paris-Saclay University in France. The annual Eiffel programme is a scholarship programme run by the French Foreign Ministry in order to help French Higher Education Institutions to attract the top international students from countries all over the world to their Master’s degrees and PhD programmes.
Paris-Saclay University therefore accepts, supports and submits applications to Campus France for eligible students and applicants who wish to apply for an eligible Master’s degree and PhD programme at the University. Interested applicants can apply for one of the following programmes at Paris-Saclay University
- A PhD programme supported by the Eiffel scholarship and is allocated for a maximum of 12 months
- Master’s programmed supported by the Eiffel scholarship and is allocated for following study durations:
- A maximum of 12 months, for a Master 2 enrollment (Year 2 of the Master’s degree)
- Maximum of 24 months, for a Master 1 enrollment (Year 1 of the Master’s degree)
- A maximum of 36 months for enrolling in a Master of Engineering degree
Successful applicates will receive the full scholarship package including the following
- Master’s Degree recipients: The Eiffel scholarship consist of a monthly allowance of €1,181 (a maintenance allowance of €1,181 and a monthly stipend of €150).
- PhD recipients: The Eiffel scholarship includes a monthly allowance of €1,700.
- Other benefits such as air transport fair to and from your country of origin may apply
In order to apply, you must full fill the following application conditions:
Applicants for this program must be non-French nationals. Applicants who hold dual nationalities of which one of them is French will not be considered for the program.
PhD scholarships applicants eligible requirements:
- You must be an international PhD student under 30 years old, under a co-supervised or co-directed PhD programme in any field of study.
- Applicants must be applying for the first time. Please note that combining the Eiffel scholarship with another financial aid from the French government is not possible.
Master’s degree scholarship applicants eligible requirements :
- You must be an international student under 25 years old,
- Candidates must be applying for a master’s degree in the field of engineering sciences, political science, law, economics, management.
- You must be applying for the first time . Please note that combining the Eiffel scholarship with another financial aid from the French government is not possible.
Interested applicants must submit their applications to Paris-Saclay university by the set deadline. Applications must be submitted for both the admission into your preferred degree program as well as for the Eiffel Scholarship. The admission office will evaluate your application and will then forward it to the Eiffel scholarship selection committee. Please follow the steps below to submit your application
- Check and make sure you are eligible for the scholarship. You can read the full eligibility criteria from the Campus France Vademecum or by clicking here
- Choose your preferred course of study at the Paris-Saclay University if applying for a Master’s degree program
- For the PhD programme, you must be under a co-supervised or co-directed PhD programme and provide the co-supervision agreement or the co-direction certificate signed by the French and foreign parties.
Applicants must then prepare an application file to be submitted to the university admission office. You application file must include the following documents
Master’s degree and Doctorate programme applicants must submit a file must containing the following documents:
- You must submit a Cover/Motivation letter
- Your most recent Curriculum vitae
- The applicants’ Copy of transcripts of records since entering Higher Education with academic ranking from the previous year
- You must also include a letter of recommendation to support your application
Doctorate programme applicants must include a presentation of the thesis project and the progress of the research, written in French or English
For more information, visit the official website here