How to fund your studies?


Studying in France is affordable in terms of tuition fee or cost of living. Though, this is always nice to have a scholarship/ a grant!

Here you will find a few tips, advice.

Campus Bourses: the essential tool for funds

Campus Bourses (Campus Grants) ins the online catalogue listing all available grants/scholarships - provided by the French government or local authorities.

You can use filters to make your search more accurate and easier.

Erasmus+ Programme, a successful programme!

Erasmus + is the European Union programme supporting education, training, youth and sport. Thanks to it, 2+ million students have benefitted from a European mobility bursary.

Erasmus Mundus joint Master Programme is a study programme granting scholarships to the best students worldwide. To be part in one programme, students have to enroll in a Master programme in at least two countries participating in the programme.

As part of bilateral agreements between higher education institutions, Erasmus+ also offers mobility scholarships from and to France. They cover removal and accommodation costs. Find out more from your home institutions.


Erasmus +

The former Erasmus programmes are still active

Some joint doctoral programmes are still funded by previous European programmes such as Erasmus Mundus programme (2007-2013). However, European joint doctorates (EJD) that were set up in the framework of Horizon 2020, the European Union programme for Research and Innovation, will progressively replace them.