Sciences Po established the Emile Boutmy Scholarships after the founder of Sciences Po so as to entice the very best foreign students from outside of the EU who are first-time candidates and who have been granted admission to an Undergraduate or Master’s program provided at the University.
Sciences Po University, Paris, France
Level/Fields of study:
Bachelors or Masters Programme offered at the University
Number of Awards:
Non-EU international students
The Emile Boutmy Undergraduate Program varies from €3,000 to €12,300 for 3 years of undergraduate schooling. In very special cases, a scholarship of €19,000 may be awarded to cover the three years of College.
The Emile Boutmy Master’s Program varies – either an award of €10,000 each year to cover tuition fees for the two years of the Masters or a tuition award of €5,000 each year for the two years of the Masters.
Eligibility for Emile Boutmy Scholarships at Sciences Po
Eligible candidates are those, first-time applicants, from a non-European Union nation, whose household does not pay taxes within the EU, and who have been granted admission to the Undergraduate or Master’s program.
This scholarship award is granted on the basis of factors of excellence and in accordance with the type of profile sought for this program. Social criteria are also taken into account.
How to Apply for Emile Boutmy Scholarships at Sciences Po
Candidates are required to specify that they are applying for the Emile-Boutmy scholarship award in the “Financial information” part of their Sciences Po application. Candidates will also be required to provide proof of income and documents detailing their family situation. For the academic year 2020-2021, the deadline for Master’s programs is 6 December 2020 while the deadline for undergraduate programs is February 28, 2021.
Please visit the official website (link found below) to obtain the application form and for additional information on how to apply for this scholarship award.
- Deadline for undergraduate program: February 28, 2021
- Deadline for the master program: December 6, 2020
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