We kindly remind you that finding financial support is your own responsibility; below you will find some possible funding proposals. It is recommended to apply early before departure.
If you have been nominated to study at Arts et Métiers within the Erasmus agreement you may be eligible for Erasmus funding from your home university. Please contact your international coordinator in your home institution.
French Government scholarships
The Cooperation and Cultural Action Departments (SCAC) of French Embassies and General Consulates abroad allocate different types of scholarships to international students wishing to pursue their education in a French higher education institution.
You need to contact directly those services within the French embassy of your home country, well in advance before your departure, in order to obtain all the relevant information regarding award criteria, deadlines, required documents, etc.
Foreign governments’ scholarships
Some countries grant scholarships to support students’ mobility abroad. You can contact the Ministry of Education or relevant organization in charge of managing such scholarships in your home country.
Apart from the major funding opportunities in each country, other scholarships and forms of financial support for studies at Arts et Métiers may be available from organizations and foundations worldwide. As these funding opportunities are not managed by Arts et Métiers the conditions are fully explained by each scholarship provider.
A non-exhaustive list of scholarships available for international students can be found on the Campus France website.
Programmes with Latin America
If you come in the framework of the ARFITEC, BRAFITEC, MEXFITEC programs, you may be eligible for a funding. Please contact the International Office from your department or university.
Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF)
The Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF) offers grants to 2nd and 3rd cycle students coming from French-speaking countries.