Scholarships

Scholarships

The following sources of funding are open to Quantitative Economics Master applicants. For detailed information on each option, please click on the title.

All Students

Consortium Scholarship
The consortium offers a limited number of fee-reductionscholarships: up to half of the amount of tuition fees. These scholarships are open to all applicants (European Union and non-European Union) and are allocated to study in each university.

To apply:

(i) State that you apply in section C of your Statement of Purpose on the application form.

(ii) You may send an e-mail to qemapp@univ-paris1.fr, with "Consortium Scholarship Request" in the subject line, outlining your financial situation and any other reasons as to why you deserve the award, after being accepted to the program.

Erasmus +: Erasmus Mundus Scholarship
Paris CROUS Grant
Paris CIUP Grant
Erasmus + mobility Scholarship
SciencesPo Scholarships
These scholarships are open to those following the QEM-SciencesPo Track.

More information will be available soon.
French-German Scholarship
More information will be available soon.
Scholarships of International Institutions, Non-Governmental Organisations, Foundations
See the link to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) website below which provides information on funding offered by international institutions, NGOs, and other foundations for international study.

Studying abroad >>
Scholarships of Foreign Governments
Some countries provide scholarships for their citizens to study abroad. Students should contact the ministry of education in their home country to investigate this option.
French Government Grants
Each year, the French government funds approximately 22,000 foreign students for study in France. Most of the funding is administered by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. As exemple, EIFFel scholarship informations can be found on http://www.campusfrance.org/en/EIFFel More information is available on the Campus France website.
German Government Grants
More information soon.
Italian Government Grants
More information soon.
Spanish Government Grants
More information soon.

European Union Students

Funding Sources by Member State

Below is a list of national organisations of European Union member states with information on sources of funding available for students.

Financial Aid Resources by Country

This section includes a list of national organisations of European Union member states with information regarding sources of funding for students. The information given on the listed websites will be on the official language of the organisation.


  • Austria

OeAD Austria Exchange Service - Bureau for EU-Third Countries Education Collaboration

  • Belgium

VLIR University Development Cooperation (Flemish Universities)

CIUF Interuniversity Council of the French Community

  • Cyprus

KYSATS Cyprus Council for the Recognition of Higher Education Qualifications Ministry of Education and Culture

  • Czech Republic

Czech NARIC National Academic Recognition Information Centre

  • Denmark

CIRIUS Danish Centre for International Cooperation and Mobility in Education and Training
DENMARK.DK
Universities and higher education in Denmark

  • Estonia

ENIC/NARIC Estonia - The Gateway to Recoginition of Academic and Professional Qualification

  • Finland

CIMO Centre for International Mobility

  • France

EduFrance Access to the French Higher Education

  • Germany

DAAD German Academic Exchange Service

  • Hungary

Ministry of Education

  • Ireland

Irish Council for International Students

  • Italy

CIMEA - Information Centre on Academic Mobility and Equivalence

  • Latvia

ENIC/NARIC Latvian Academic Information centre server Latvian

HEQEC Higher Education Quality Evaluation Centre

  • Lithuania

Lithuanian ENIC/NARIC Lithuanian Centre for Quality Assessment in Higher Education

  • Luxembourg

ENIC/NARIC Luxembourg - The Gateway to Recognition of Academic and Professional Qualification

  • Malta

Malta NARIC Malta National Academic Recognition-Information Centre

  • Netherlands

NUFFIC Netherlands organisation for international co-operation in higher education

  • Poland

Bureau for Academic Recognition and International Exchange

  • Portugal

GRICES International Relations Office for Science and Higher Education
DGES
Higher Education General Directorate

  • Slovakia

ENIC/NARIC The Centre for Equivalence of Diplomas

  • Slovenia

NARIC

  • Spain

AECI Spanish Agency for International Co-operation

  • United Kingdom

The British Council
Estudios Britannia
Agency for Academic Studies and English in Britain


Non-European Union Students

French Government Grants
Each year, the French government funds approximately 22,000 foreign students for study in France. Most of the funding is administered by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. More information is available on the Campus France website.
Pascal Scholarship

Pascal Scholarships are for the students of Korean universities who will study in France

Fields: Economics and management, science and technology, engineering, political science.

Amount: €1500 per month for the duration of study

Documents required (in English or French):

  • Copy of diploma
  • Transcript of previous study
  • Civil Registry (Korean)
  • Academic goals in France
  • Plans after graduation
  • Curriculum Vitae

Application:The completed form must be mailed to the office Edufrance Seoul at the following address:

Edufrance Seoul office
Embassy of France in Korea
French Cultural Center in Seoul
2nd Fl Woori Boulevard, # 10 Bonglai-dong 1 ga,
Jung-gu, Seoul, 100-161
Tel: 02-317-8566, Fax: 02-773-6256,
Email: edufrance@ambafrance-kr.org

Other Resources

Includes organisations for finding financial aid by country of origin.

More information soon.