Students can apply for a scholarship (see here). The scholarships will be given to the students chosen after a selection procedure. A ranking of the students (Main, Reserve and Rejected lists) will be made after the selection procedure.
The possibility to join the program as self-funded students (without scholarship) will be offered to the students of the Reserve list.
Students can also apply directly in order to join the program as self-funded students. The selection of the self-funded candidates is based on the marks obtained in the previous academic education of the student, on the CV, on the program of this academic education, on the English level, on the quality of the university of origin and on the motivation and recommendation letters.
Self funded students participate for free to all the initiatives of the consortium (spring school, welcome days, visits of labs/companies…) as the other students.
Self funded students will be assisted by the staff in their administrative and practical issues (visa, housing, registrations, insurances…) as the scholarship holders.
Self funded students can apply for Erasmus+ mobility scholarships. For more details see the Scholarships section.
Tuition fees and registration fees: see the section devoted to the Tuition, Registration and Living costs here.
Important: students can be paid during the internship and the Master Thesis (to be negociated with the employer).
In order to apply as self funded students (without applying for a scholarship), candidates must contact firstname.lastname@example.org directly.