Students who wish to benefit from financial support to finance their semester, year or master’s degree in France can apply for the financial aid below:
This one-year scholarship includes a round trip plane ticket from your home country to France, coverage of study and insurance costs, as well as a monthly stipend (around 700€) for housing, meals and living expenses. Each year, priority areas are identified for the allocation of French Government Scholarships.
How to apply? All information is available on the website of the French Embassy in your country of origin where you can learn about the procedure and the supporting documents required. Application deadlines are different from an embassy to another.
The Eiffel scholarship is an excellence scholarship. All nationalities outside of France are eligible. Obtaining this scholarship, for a period of 12 to 24 months, includes a round trip plane ticket from the country of origin to France, a round trip train ticket to come to the place of study, payment of study costs, complementary health insurance as well as a monthly allowance (approximately € 1,181) for accommodation, food and running expenses. Each year, areas are recognized as priorities. More information here.
How to apply ? Contact UBFC International Relations office. Once your application has been accepted, UBFC supports your application for the Eiffel scholarship. UBFC is responsible for making the deposit on the Campus France site. Applications are open between October and January.
If you are going on an exchange or as part of a double-degree at one of our partner universities (click on “voir les calques” on the left), you can benefit from an alliance scholarship.
How to apply? Only the heads of your master’s degree are the decision-makers regarding the attribution of this scholarship, after acceptance for your mobility from UBFC and the partner university.
The ISITE-BFC Excellence scolarship is based on your results, experience and projects. It can be attributed for up to 10 months.
How to apply? Only the heads of your master’s degree are the decision-makers regarding the attribution of this scholarship.