Other funding - emPLANT Master

If you have not been selected for an Erasmus scholarship, you have different solutions below to help you financing your studies :

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Sponsored students

Private companies or Public institutions may offer some grants to students under given conditions. emPLANT consortium will indicate on its website whether such scholarships are available as well as the conditions to be met to access those private grants. You can also solicit on your side different seed companies in order to be financed during your studies.

In any case, such applicants have to apply normally and follow the same selection process as others. They will be evaluated according to the same criteria and ranked accordingly. Finally they need to appear at least in a complementary list to be accepted.

National and International scholarships

Some students can receive grants from:

  • their government
  • their University of origin
  • their local administrations: Please consult your local authorities for further details about these grants

Several grants exist in Europe so if you’re a prospective international student planning to study in Europe at master’s level (such as emPLANT), you might be eligible for a scholarship.

Please check the different possibilities on the Campus France website and Top Universities website.

If you are concerned by one of the possible scholarship and meet all requirements, we invite you to apply for one of those scholarships independently from your application to emPLANT.

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Erasmus+ Master Loan

Erasmus+ Master Degree Loans are EU-guaranteed loans with favorable pay-back terms that can help you finance a Master course in an Erasmus+ Programme country.

If you have completed a Bachelor-level (or equivalent) qualification and already been accepted onto a full Master programme in a Programme country, you may be able to benefit from a loan.

To check all necessary conditions, please have a look on the Erasmus+ website.

Last updated : October 10, 2017