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Accueil » Master: University Diploma in Mathematical Methods, Economics & Finance (MMEF) » Apply now » Financial Support

Financial Support

This web page aims to help you to find funding for the M1 MMEF Program. Below you can find links to foundations and organizations supporting training in Mathematics, Economics, and Finance likely to provide funds. Scholarships have been listed according to the country of origin.

Students From European Union:


Students From Outside European Union:

French Government Grants
The French government funds approximately 22,000 foreign students each year. Most of the aid is administered by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

More information of the French government scholarships offered in your country for study in French, are available in the following website Campus France Website.
Pascal Scholarship

For the students of Korean universities who will study in France

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

Amount: 1500 Euros per month for the duration of studies

Documents required (in English or French):

  • Copy of diploma
  • Transcript of previous studies
  • 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

Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program

Students: students from a World Bank member country eligible to borrow and not from industrialized countries.
Grant-awarding organization: World Bank
Study areas: for graduate studies in subjects related to economic development
Level: Master's degree or its equivalent.
Grant duration: 2 years maximum
Eligibility (main criteria):

o   Submit evidence of current unconditional admission (copy of formal admission letter) to at least one development-related university master's degree program and proof of application to another university located in any World Bank member country except the applicant's country. The application will not be processed without this requirement. Preference is given to applicants with more than one admission

o   Be a national of a World Bank member country eligible to borrow

o   Be between the ages of 25 and 45. Applicants born before March 31, 1961, will not be considered. For verification applicants should send a photocopy of their passport

o   Have at least 2, preferably 4 to 5, years of recent full-time professional work experience by March 31, 2006 after a university degree in the applicant's home country or in another developing country and usually in public sector

o   Hold a bachelor's degree or its equivalent in a development-related field; have a superior record in previous academic work. Applicant should also send a certified copy of the diploma and transcripts

o   Propose a program of study related to development at the master's level, in fields such as economics, public administration, finance, planning, health, population, agriculture, infrastructure, information systems and aquatic resources (provided that the focus of study is on public policy aspects of these fields), environment and natural resource management, education, and other development-related subjects.

Grant amount: the amount of scholarship may vary depending upon the host country and the tuition charged by the host university. In recent years the annual value of a scholarship has averaged around US 30,000.
Application details: application forms are available from September:

o   on-line application

o   hard copies requested from the JJ/WBGSP Secretariat

 


All Students:

Panthéon-Sorbonne Scholarship
A limited number of scholarships will be offered by Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. They are open to all students (European or Non-European)

- The amount of each fellowship will be up to half of the fees to be payed by the student.
- The application to the Panthéon-Sorbonne scholarship is done by sending an email to qemapp@univ-paris1.fr with the subject line "Panthéon-Sorbonne Scholarship Request". In the email, please describe your financial situation that requires the Panthéon-Sorbonne Scholarship, and any other reasons as to why you deserve the award.

Government of Canada International Scholarships Programme (for Canadian students)
Description: Government of Canada is looking for students who want to apply for a scholarship to study abroad.
Websites:

Mail: scholarships-bourses@cbie.ca
Scholarships from Colombia
COLFUTURO

COLFUTURO is a joint public and private sector initiative aimed at facilitating the access of Colombian professionals to further education abroad. Created as a non-profit organization on November 21, 1991, its mission is to contribute to the entrance of Colombia into a world undergoing globalization offering information about international education and supporting students to have a successful study experience overseas.

For further information: http://www.colfuturo.org/index.php?page=5&site=1&idFile=7103&id=7103&owner=0

 

Scholarships from Poland
Foundation Crescendum Est-Polonia

Students: polish students, especially talented persons for study in Poland and abroad.
Application details:
ul. Różana 8/10
02548 Warszawa
tel. (22) 845 63 69
faks (22) 845 62 08
Website: http://www.crescendumest.pl
E-Mail:  fundacja@crescendumest.pl
Observations: polish website

Scholarships of Foreign Governments
Some countries provide fellowships for study abroad. Students may contact the ministry of Education in their country of origin or to the agency in charge of scholarships.