Sciences Po only presents applications from candidates with profiles that match the priorities of the Eiffel scholarship. The Eiffel scholarship program, launched in January 1999 by the French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, is aimed at foreign students whose outstanding ability has been recognized by French institutions of higher education who wish to sponsor these students for the rest of their studies.
Candidates must be under 30 years old.
Sciences Po candidates
* Applicants for our graduate programmes
* Applicants for the dual degree in Journalism / Columbia (BAMA) (who are already first year students at Columbia’s university School of Journalism)
Sciences Po students
* Third year Sciences Po students
* Second year undergraduate students in one of our partnership programmes at Poitiers campus
* First year graduate student at Science Po
* Students admitted last year in their first year as a graduate student who requested a deferral
* Students admitted last year who have received a conditional offer of admission if they submit an English test before the scholarship application deadline.
* PhD students who are co-supervised or presenting a joint thesis with a partner university
* Students admitted to the following dual degree programme (other Sciences Po dual degree programme are not eligible for this scholarship):
o Journalism Sciences Po/Columbia University (candidates for this programme are eligible)
o Sciences et Politiques de l’Environnement Sciences Po/Université Pierre et Marie Curie (only first year students are eligible)
o Quantitative Economics Sciences Po/Panthéon Sorbonne Paris I (only first year students are eligible)
o The Eiffel laureates who graduated in June and wish to submit an Eiffel application for the PhD.
Not eligible to the Eiffel Scholarship
* Students who already received a grant or scholarship from the French government
* Students who have previously applied for an Eiffel scholarship and who have been unsuccessful, even if they change their field of studies.
* Candidates for the 1year Master’s programmes
* Candidates for the Joint Master in Journalism and International Affairs (Except candidates in their first year)
* Students admitted to a Sciences Po dual degree programme (except for the 3 dual degrees mentioned above)
Number of Awards: Not specified
Value of Award: Monthly grant. The Eiffel Scholarship does not cover tuition fees. Students offered a place to study at Sciences Po who receive the scholarship are therefore responsible for paying the annual tuition fees.
How to Apply: Visit link below.