University Name: The Sciences Po Program (France)
Last date to apply: 15 Dec (annual)
Level/Fields of study: Both Bachelor’s and master’s Programs
Number of Grants provided: Not specified.
Students who can apply: International students (Non-European)
Sciences Po established the Emile Boutmy Scholarship, given the name after the initiator of Sciences Po in 1871, to appreciate the top worldwide students from outside the EU. The Emile Boutmy Scholarship is given to the best students whose profiles are in accordance with Sciences Po’s admissions requirements and specific course needs.
Eligibility Requirements of Emile Boutmy Scholarship
Students must first be candidates from a non-EU country whose family does not give taxes in the EU also who is already enrolled in the bachelor’s degree or the master’s degree program to qualify for the scholarship.
Students who cannot apply are
- Norwegian and Swiss applicants as they might be eligible for CROUS scholarships.
- Applicants with dual nationality, including EU citizenship.
- Quebec candidates for a Master’s degree (because they may benefit from sliding scale charges similar to European candidates). Quebec candidates are eligible for a bachelor’s degree.
- Dual-degree Master’s level candidates.
Applicants are only eligible for the following double degrees
A double degree in Columbia University for the Journalism Sciences. • Double degree Sciences in at Fudan University with a European-Asian Global Affairs concentration (only candidates of Chinese nationality).
Double degree Sciences in at Peking University (Chinese-speaking candidates only).
- Students of Ph.D. program students (thesis)
- One-year Master’s program candidates.
- Double degree Bachelor applicants.
- Exchange students.
- Applicants apply through the French admission procedure.
- Applicants cannot cumulate with the CSC and Emile Boutmy Simple Scholarship applications for the joint scholarship.
Unless otherwise decided by the jury, the Emile-Boutmy scholarship might not be coupled with other scholarships (AEFE scholarship, Eiffel scholarship, BGF…).
These scholarships are given on the basis of merit and the kind of profile that is required for this program. Also, social factors are taken into consideration.
These scholarships are not automatically granted: applicants must show their desire to submit an application directly in the submission form on the online platform for bachelor’s and masters.
Bachelor’s degree program: (Length and amount of scholarship for the 2020-2021 Academic year)
The Emile-Boutmy scholarships are provided to students arriving in their first year of study at Sciences Po.
The program Emile-Boutmy can take various forms:
- Tuition offers of € 7,300 each year for a 3-year undergraduate degree, and also a contribution to cover up a component of the living expenses of € 5000 per year.
- A tuition contribution of € 7,300 annually for the undergraduate program’s three years.
- A tuition contribution of € 5,000 annually for the undergraduate program’s three years.
- A tuition contribution of € 3,000 annually for the undergraduate program’s three years.
A scholarship amount of € 19,000 may be given on an outstanding basis to cover up the 3 years of school. During the various admission juries, scholarship amounts are decided. If the academic year is not validated, your grant will be gone. When you are awarded with scholarship and choose to postpone your entry, you will forfeit your scholarship. Throughout the year overseas (3rd-year program):
Recipients of scholarships will maintain their schooling fee contribution and extra living expenses (if it is applicable).
Masters level: Scholarship Amount and duration for the academic year 2020-2021
The Emile-Boutmy scholarships are provided to students arriving in their 1st year of study at Sciences Po.
The program Emile-Boutmy can be of two forms:
- An offer of € 10,000 each year to cover up to two-year tuition costs of a Master’.
- A tuition contribution of €5,000 each year for 2 years of Master’s. If your academic year is not validated, your scholarship will be lost. When you are awarded a scholarship and choose to postpone your entry, you will forfeit your scholarship.
Candidates who are with a conditional admission offer
Candidates presently in deferral may apply for the scholarship of Emile-Boutmy if they are in one of the following circumstances:
- They did not ask in their application form for this scholarship.
- Last year, they applied for and got this scholarship but lost it because of the deferral.
- Also qualified are candidates who have obtained a conditional admission offer.
Please send off an email to the Admissions Unit to submit an application for the Emile-Boutmy scholarship and fill out this contact form before the deadline using the topic “CANDIDATES WITH A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF ENTRY AND APPLICANTS PRESENTLY IN DEFERMENT” including the subsequent data:
- Identify your nation of residence for tax reasons 1.
- Indicate your nation of residence for tax reasons 2 (optional).
- Annual income in total (in euros)
- Number (including yourself) of children who are dependent on you in the family?
- Any of your other siblings are studying for higher education?
Attach the subsequent documents to your email
- Applicant’s language test result with the conditional entry offer.
Please Note That,
- Applicants may be asked to provide evidence of revenue and records explaining their family condition (e.g. revenue tax returns for both parents, pay fees, divorce certificates, unemployment benefits, child support or pension records, death certificates, etc.).
- If the Emile-Boutmy scholarship has already been denied, you can not apply again.
- We would only take accounts with full files into consideration. If obtained after the deadline, any application will not be approved.
- Use the following links to discover information about our implementation processes:
- Undergraduate colleges.
- Graduate program.
After entry to the Sciences Po or throughout their studies at the Sciences Po, students can not apply for the Emile Boutmy scholarship.
Therefore, if they did not receive the Emily Boutmy scholarship, students are accountable for finding another source of financing.
- Undergraduate program deadline: To be announced.
- Graduate program deadline: 15th December.
Students are required to show that in the “FINANCIAL INFORMATION” chapter of the scholarship application, they apply for the Emile Boutmy scholarship. Please mention that we could ask candidates to provide evidence of revenue and records describing their family position (e.g. revenue tax returns for both parents, payslips, divorce certificates, unemployment benefits, child assistance or pension records, death certificates, etc.). Applicants should also submit the language test, if appropriate, before the scholarship application deadline.
The Department of Admissions is accountable for granting scholarships to Emile-Boutmy.
Take note that your application for a scholarship only will be considered when you are enrolled in one of the eligible programs.
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