- A one-page CV detailing your academic, professional, and leadership experience
- An essay no longer than 500 words, explaining your reasons for wanting to study in France and how your experience and degree will benefit the Philippines and Filipino society
- NB: Essays exceeding the word limit will be discarded along with the application. Be advised that we ask for an academic essay, not a cover or motivation letter.
- Certified true copies of academic transcripts (university-level)
- Letter/s of acceptance or proof of a completed application, to degree-awarding graduate programs, issued by the French higher education institution (HEI) where you applied to
- Proof of financial resources (personal or household) such as latest income tax return
* Optional: Letter/s of acceptance, or acknowledgment/s of application, to other scholarship programs as long as these are not funded by the French government
* Optional: French proficiency test results (such as DELF) or a letter from a French language instructor detailing your writing and speaking proficiency levels
NB: All documents must be in PDF format except for the essay, which must be submitted as a Word document.
Additional documents (such as letters of recommendation) submitted without the Embassy requesting them, will not be accepted.
Any attempt to unduly influence the decision-making process will result in the dismissal of the candidate’s application.