* economics & management,
* law & political science.
The program aim is to attract elite foreign students from developing countries.
Amount of Eiffel Scholarship: Under the program 400 scholarships are offered every year.
Master’s courses: Eiffel scholarship-holders on Master’s courses receive a monthly allowance of €1,181.
In addition, the programme meets various expenses including return travel, health insurance and cultural activities. Scholarship-holders might also be eligible for additional accommodation allowance.
PhD courses: Eiffel scholarship-holders on PhD courses receive a monthly allowance of €1,400.
In addition, the programme meets various expenses including return travel, health insurance and cultural activities.
Scholarship-holders might also be eligible for additional accommodation allowance.
Eiffel scholarship allowance will be paid by direct bank transfer on the first working day of each month, from the start of your course onward.
To receive your allowance, you will need to open a bank or postal account and notify Égide of the details.
The students chosen are also given health coverage, travel expenses and cultural activities.
Applications from students currently studying outside France will be given priority over those from students already studying in France.
Applications for Eiffel grants are submitted by French higher education centres from a shortlist of outstanding students they would like to enrol on their courses.
Applications are not accepted from students themselves, or from non-French centres.
Centres submit applications on behalf of candidate students consistent with programme objectives, in accordance with instructions and guidelines issued by French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Applications to be submitted by 11 January every year
Contact: The Aegis – Eiffel Program, 28 street the Beautiful ones, 75010 Paris, France. Tel : + 33 1 40 40 59 30. Telefax : + 33 1 40 40 59 24. E-mail: eiffel[at]egide.asso.fr
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