International Master's scholarships program – MIEM
Call for applicants 2016-2017
Université Sorbonne Paris Cité is a Consortium of eight prestigious French universities and higher education institutions as well as five research institutions. With a view to bolstering the excellence and internationalization of their 2-year nationally-accredited Master’s degrees, USPC has set up an international grant program of 150 scholarships of €10 000 for international students wishing to obtain a Master’s degree in one of USPC’s member institutions. Among those institutions is France’s top comprehensive university: Université Paris Diderot. 30 scholarships are proposed.
Discipline/ Eligible Masters
Master’s Program in Anglophone Studies (British and American, visual arts, literature, modern and contemporary history, linguistics)
MIEM scholarship 2016/17
Admission results and waiting list : clic here
Each Master has its own criteria regarding languages, please check these criteria on our website. Teaching language will be either French, English or other according to the programs concerned.
Only non-French national students under 31 years old and holding a foreign secondary education degree are eligible.
> Students wishing to apply for entry in Year 1 (M1) must hold a foreign Bachelor’s degree and a good command of the French language.
> Students wishing to apply for entry in Year 2 (M2) directly must hold a degree equivalent to the 1st year of a French Master’s degree. You can apply to the MiEM program during your first year of master degree. You will have to send your diploma in september during your administrative registration.
> Non-French students who have validated the first year (M1) of a French Master’s program are eligible for application into M2.
> Non-French students who have obtained a French Licence are not eligible
> International students who hold a French baccalaureate are not eligible.
> Applicants with dual citizenship are not eligible.
In addition to these general criteria, each applicant must comply with the selection criteria of the chosen Master’s degree.
1 - Download and fill in the application form for the international master’s scholarships program
2 - Send the application files by email. The complete application files (application form and complementary documents) are to be sent in one single PDF file to the International Relations Office (BRI) : paul.marcille [at] univ-paris-diderot.fr
Deadline : March 15th, 2016 (17:00 local time)
Complete applications will be reviewed by a jury of experts from each Master
Incomplete applications will not be processed
Paul Marcille : paul.marcille [at] univ-paris-diderot.fr