Masters Program - Make Our Planet Great Again - Third Call
Master's Excellence Grants
This call is only for students who are admitted to a master in France in the "Make Our Planet Great Again" domains:
- earth systems,
- climate change and sustainability,
- energy transition,
- societal challenges of environmental issues.
For more information, please look at the webpage here : https://www.campusfrance.org/en/priority-research-topics
Documents needed :
- Your CV in English
- Your most recent Diploma
- The letter of admission to the Master's program for the beginning of the 2020 academic year in a French institution.
- Your transcripts (of the past three years of study)
- Your Statement of purpose in English
- A letter of recommendation (optional)
- Your Passeport or proof of ID.
Who may apply?
International students may apply for support for one or two years of study toward a master’s degree by including in their application a letter of admission to a master’s program (first or second year) at a French institution of higher education. Eligible countries (nationality and country of residence): Australia, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, New-Zealand, Singapore and South Korea.
- possess or be pursuing a French licence or an equivalent undergraduate degree (Bachelor),
- be exclusively of the nationality of one of the eligible countries (listed below)
- reside in one of the eligible countries (listed below)
- not have resided in France after April 1st, 2019.
They must enroll in the master’s program before October 2020.
Successful students will receive an excellence grant in the amount of €1,190 per month over 12 months (for students enrolling in the second year) and over 24 months (for those enrolling in the first year) - funding for repetition is not possible. Round-trip airfare will also be provided, as well as medical insurance.
- March 6th, 2020: Application period opens
- April 26th, 2020 at 11:59 pm CET: Application period ends
- Week of June 15th, 2020: Results are announced
- Between September and October 2020: Students report to participating institutions