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Scholarships and mobility grants


International Scholarships
Jean-Monnet University, through its foundation, would like to attract high level international students in its international Master degrees, by offering scholarships (the objective is to welcome high level international students who aspire to further integrate Jean-Monnet University research laboratories for PhD studies). Every year, one of the students admitted in each of the master programs of the University benefits of this international scholarship . No direct students’ applications will be taken into consideration. Interested students should first apply to the MLDM master program. Upon the quality of the applications, the admission board will champion only a few students. Those pre-selected applicants will be contacted directly by the coordinators and they will be required to fill in the scholarship application form before March 31st.


Eiffel scholarships
The Eiffel Excellence Scholarship Programme was established by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development to enable French higher education establishments to attract top foreign students to enroll in their master’s and PhD courses. No direct students’ applications will be taken into consideration. Interested students should first apply to the MLDM master program for the academic year t before December 1st, year t-1. This scholarship targets the very best students, applicants must be short-listed and “sponsored” directly by University Jean Monnet.

 

ERASMUS mobility grant (only available after the first year of the MLDM master program)
ERASMUS mobility grants are available (from 3 to 12 months), read more on: http://ec.europa.eu/education/lifelong-learning-programme/erasmus_en.htm


Other financial helps
Note that enrolled students will have to do an internship of 3 (up to 5) months in France or in another country during the second semester in a lab or a company. In France, Master level internships are by law remunerated with a minimum amount of about 550€ per month. Students will also have to do their Master thesis in the form of a 4 (up to 6) months internship in a lab or a company (also remunerated with a minimum amount of 550€ per month).