International Selection Scholarships At École Normale Supérieure 2020 – France

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Scholarships At École Normale Supérieure France

The École Normale Supérieure – France is awarding the International Selection Scholarships to Individuals who are looking at pursuing a degree program at the Institution. The Ecole normale supérieure aims at varying its students’ profiles and incorporates students to be enrolled in the 3rd year of bachelor in Math and in Computing science (licence 3) or 1st year of master (master 1), coming from all over the world and from all disciplines

The competitive examination of the International selection is intended to young graduates in Arts & Humanities as well as Sciences, who justify at least of one year undergraduate studies in a foreign university and distinguish themselves with outstanding results.

Application Deadlines: 
  • Sciences: 15th December, 2019
  • Arts and Humanities: 29th November, 2019

Eligible Countries: International

To be taken at (country): École Normale Supérieure (ENS), France

Type: Masters

Number of Awardees: 10 for students in Sciences and 10 for students in Arts and Humanities

Value and Duration of Scholarship: Monthly grant of 1,000 Euros for three years and a room on one of the ENS campuses.

Eligibility:

 To be eligible, applicants must;

  • be under 26 when they apply (must not have reached their 26th birthday)
  • apply only once to the International Selection
  • not have lived in France more than 10 months during the academic year of the selection (September 1st – August 31st) nor the previous year.
  • justify at least one year of undergraduate studies awarded by a foreign university (outside France) during the calendar year preceding the start of applications.
  • justify at least two years of undergraduate studies in a foreign university (outside France), on the 1st of September following admission.
Application Process:

 To apply click here

List of documents to be submitted on the dedicated platform:

  • Passport-1st page only (for non-European candidates) or ID card (for European candidates)
  • High school diploma
  • University transcript
  • Curriculum vitae – written in French
  • Motivation letter (1 to 3 pages long fon : Times New Roman, 12 pt and 1.5 line spacing) – written in French
  • Study project in terms of education and, if applicable, research (maximum 10 000 characters including spaces)
  • 2 to 4 Email addresses of referees who could recommend the candidate

Visit The Scholarship Webpage For More Information

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