The Eiffel scholarship program was developed by the Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs to enable French higher education institutions to attract top foreign students to their Master’s or Ph.D. programs.
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To benefit from this International Excellence scholarship, students must meet certain requirements. Students must have been recruited through Télécom Paris’ international recruitment activities. Students who receive scholarships must be enrolled as full-time students in the engineering program at Télécom Paris. Students must comply with all applicable laws governing the residence of foreign nationals in France.
Students who benefit from the International Excellence scholarship receive payment through a single installment in September.
This installment is conditional on the payment of school fees and charges, as set out in the admission letter sent to students who are awarded scholarships.
The total amount awarded to a student through this scholarship may not exceed €10,000 over the entire course of their education, even if they must repeat an academic year.
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FITEC programs are educational exchange programs between France, Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico. They set up projects between universities and enable schools to develop close relationships, promoting student and teacher mobility. Country-specific financial aid for each project is awarded to students.
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The China Scholarship Council is the Chinese Ministry of Education’s non-profit organization. It provides financial aid for Chinese students to study abroad, and for foreign students to study in China.
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This program aims to promote and enhance the quality and European dimension of higher education. Students enrolled in an institution participating in the Erasmus+ program and following a formal degree program are eligible for mobility grants.
These grants are intended to cover some of the additional costs of studying abroad, such as travel costs, language preparation or higher living costs.
These grants are aimed at students studying at a European partner university (see partnerships) for studies or an engineering internship.