In order to attract the top foreign students, the country of France has created a scholarship to fund the studying in France, and because of this scholarship, many international students have received education at France at a cheaper cost.
Also, remember that not only the application process is an important part, but students who are willing to study abroad should be getting a high GPA, good standardized test scores, and also extracurricular activities. Since you need to prove your English proficiency, don’t forget to take TOEFL or IELTS.
Most French universities require GRE, GMAT, or LSAT for certain graduate programs, so check the requirements of your dream university beforehand.
Don’t focus only on getting a high grade, but also focus on other parts that can enhance your application.
Effiel Scholarship Program of Excellence
This scholarship is offered by the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs to international students who are applying for the graduate programs. Many students have been benefited by Effiel Scholarships, so let’s get into the details!
First, you need to be an international student (from the perspective of France), and if you are a French national, you cannot apply for this scholarship.
Also, you need to be applying for the graduate programs (Masters or Ph.D.’s), and your area of study should be one of the following:
- Law Studies
- Economics and Management
- Engineering Sciences at Masters level; Any fields related to Science (Engineering Sciences, Math, Physics, Chemistry, Life Sciences, Nanotechnology, Biotechnology, Earth Sciences, Environmental Sciences, and IT) at Ph.D. level.
- Political Sciences
For masters, applicants up to 30 years old can apply, and applicants up to 35 years old can apply for doctoral programs. For masters, applicants from developing countries have a higher priority, while the applicants from developing and industrialized countries have equal priority on doctoral scholarships.
In order to receive the scholarship, you need to meet the standard language requirement of your university, and international students living outside of France have a higher priority over international students already living in France.
Take advantage of these priorities, since you have a higher chance of receiving these scholarships if you apply.
Duration of the Scholarship
Every scholarship has a different duration period for different levels of Masters and Ph.D.’s, so check out the information in this link. Also, all the information about this post comes from that link, so if you have any questions, click on the link above to receive your answer. If that page does not answer your question, then comment down below for help.
Benefits of Effiel Scholarships
- Monthly allowance of 1,181 euros (equivalent to $1,400)
- International Transport (One round-trip ticket from your country to France)
- Health Insurance
- Cultural Activities
- Housing Stipend (Depends)
- Monthly allowance of 1,400 euros (equivalent to $1,600)
- International Transport
- Health Insurance
- Cultural Activities
- Housing Stipend
Keep in Mind
- If you are receiving these benefits, you need to be receiving your education from that French university.
- Tuition is not covered with Eiffel scholarships.
- If you received any other government scholarships, you cannot receive the benefits of Eiffel scholarships.
- If you do receive the scholarships, French Ministry will make sure that you will receive the best financial support from your educational institution.
- You need to apply for French Social Security as soon as possible after receiving the scholarships.
All this information came from this official website, and if you want to learn more, please click on this link.
If you want to apply, the deadlines for this scholarship and the application dates are included in this link.
Many international students want to study abroad, and studying in France makes it better since it has a great building with a historical background such as the Eiffel Tower.
If Eiffel scholarships are not for you, then check this post: 13 Cheap Universities in France.
Have a great day, and I’ll see you in the next post!