The Eiffel Scholarship Program is a scholarship offered by the French government to international students from outside the European Union. The program is designed to attract highly talented students from all over the world to study in France. The scholarship is awarded to students who wish to pursue master’s or PhD level studies at French universities.
The scholarship covers tuition fees, a monthly allowance, and health insurance. It also includes other benefits such as language courses, cultural activities, and a mentoring program. The scholarship is awarded for one academic year, but it can be renewed for a second year for Master’s level studies or for a third year for PhD level studies.
To be eligible for the scholarship, an applicant must meet certain criteria such as:
- Be a citizen of a country outside of the European Union
- Be applying to a master’s or PhD program in France
- Have a very good academic record
- Be able to demonstrate proficiency in French or English
- Be under 28 years of age for master’s level studies and under 32 years of age for PhD level studies.
The application process typically starts in October, and the deadline is usually in January. The exact application process and deadline vary depending on the specific program and university you wish to attend. It is important to check the website of the Eiffel Scholarship Program for more information on how to apply.
It’s important to note that the Eiffel Scholarship Program is highly competitive, and not all applicants who meet the criteria will be awarded a scholarship.
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