Mobility allocation for international students : general guidelines

Mobility allocation for international students : general guidelines

Mobility allocation for international students : general guidelines

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The "Networks, Information, and Digital Society" Academy provides financial and non-financial support to high-achieving and committed students from all over the world.

The financial aid impacts a limited number of Master's degree programs and represents 5400 euros per academic year.  The selection of the candidate is coordinated by the Head of the Master's degree program. 

Which Master's degree program is eligible ?

Seven eligible Master's degree programs (as of Falls 2017) 

Who is eligible  ?

The scholarship is awarded to currently-enrolled undergraduates and graduates, with the following conditions :  

  • the student must be a non-french citizen
  • with non-French university entrance certificates
  • with excellent academic record and recommandations from the foreign university
  • expressing interest in pursuing a PhD degree following the Master's Degree
The selection of the candidate is coordinated by the Head of each Master's degree program

Financial Condition

  • The scholarship amounts to 5.400 € granted in two separate tranches of  2.700 € per semester
  • Scholarship is awarded without consideration of personal or parent income
  • It can  be combined with any other scholarship. 

Non-financial Support

  • Awarded students will receive non-financial support through networking events, and opportunities to complete an internship in one of the 11 world class Academy's laboratories or in one of the local hight tech companies of the French Riviera region.

Specific Requirements

  • Funding is normally granted for two semesters but the second tranche is conditioned by a positive review by the head of the Master's degree program.