- Very short periods spent studying outside of France, for example during an academic conference, will not affect the coverage of the scholarship.
- Concerning Erasmus Joint Master’s programs – the graduate program is eligible for this scholarship if both of theses conditions are met:
- 1) A minimum of one academic year (10 months) is spent in France
- 2) The first host university (upon arrivalà is in France
- However, study abroad programs traditionally offered by French HEIs (summer, semester, or year-long programs) will cause the suspension of the monthly allowance. Health care will be extended by right throughout the European Union.
In this (unlikely) case, please contact us before submitting your scholarship application, clearly stating the programs and HEIs you wish to apply for.
Yes, you are free to apply to as many graduate programs as you wish — provided that you complete one new scholarship application for each program, even if you will submit similar or identical documents (1 program = 1 online scholarship application)
- No. The HEI must be French and not the French campus of a foreign school or university.
- Similarly, the scholarship may not cover studies spent outside of France, even it is within a foreign campus of a French HEI.
- Graduate programs (Master’s and PhD) in all academic disciplines (not technical or vocational) are valid.
- Likewise, certificate programs are ineligible because they are not sanctioned by a degree