The Eiffel Scholarship, provided by the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs, helps French educational institutes attract foreign students for diploma programs at Master’s and PhD levels. It also allows them to train future foreign decision makers from private and public sectors in the academic domain and to stimulate the applications of candidates from emerging countries (for the masters level) and from emerging and industrialized countries (for the PhD level).

Program Objectives

The Eiffel scholarship program is a tool developed by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs to assist French institutions of higher education in attracting the best foreign students to Master’s and Doctoral/​Phd degree programs.

It trains future foreign decision-makers from the private and public sectors in priority areas of study and encourages applications from students in emerging countries at the Master’s level and in emerging and industrialized countries at the PhD level.

To Apply

First Step

  • Contact Campus France in your country of origin or the French Embassy’s Cooperation and Cultural Action Department, who can guide you and advise you on your study plans.
  • To learn about the procedures and deadlines for submitting an application, contact the international relations department of a French institution via its website, by e‑mail or by telephone.
  • It’s up to you to choose the school or university that best fits your plans for studying in France.

All French higher education institutions can submit applications.

Second Step

  • The institution accepts and supports your application for the Eiffel scholarship
  • The institution submits your application online via the dedicated Campus France website

Please note: Only the French educational institutions can submit the scholarship application on applicant’s behalf. Applications submitted directly by the candidates will not be considered. The last date for the reception of applications is Tuesday, 10 January 2023.

Applications sent directly by students or by foreign institutions will be declared ineligible.

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