For years, the French government has provided international students the chance to study in France. Through guided visa procedures and scholarship programs, Campus France and French embassies abroad provide valuable service. As every year, we’re proud to welcome students from around the world who benefit from French government scholarships, managed by Campus France. We’re grateful for the chance to welcome these bright students!
We are welcoming students from 30 countries this year, and our Campus France scholars come from Afghanistan, Ghana, India, Nigeria and Uganda. The French embassies in each of these countries manage these scholarships. The dedicated personnel there also help guide students through the application and student visa process. The students greatly appreciate this assistance, as these complicated procedures can be confusing!
Eiffel Excellence Program
Among these scholars is also the recipient of the prestigious Eiffel Excellence program. This scholarship, also managed by Campus France, is awarded to students with outstanding academic achievement. Schools must apply on behalf of students, so we will soon provide more information about how to apply for next year’s program with ISA Lille.
While Campus France manages all the scholarships, the application procedure varies by country. Depending on your local procedure, you may apply for the scholarships before being admitted to ISA Lille. However, many embassies require a letter of admission for your scholarship application. Contact your local Campus France office to learn more while starting the ISA Lille application process.
Generally these scholarships cover the two years of tuition fees in our master’s programs, as well as airfare, accommodation, and health insurance. In addition to our Erasmus+ grants, Make Our Planet Great Again scholars, French government scholarships are an important contribution to our students’ ability to complete their studies in France. Thanks to the generosity of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, we welcome a greater diversity of students. These opportunities strengthen our international cooperation with overseas institutions.