Financing your master degree

How to finance your Master degree?

We implement an ambitious scholarship policy to allow all students with outstanding academic background to join our programmes. No specific / additional application process for scholarships mentioned in this page are requires from you beyond application to  COSI and/or CIMET. If you apply to programme/s on time, your application will be automatically considered for all scholarships mentioned in this page.

Scholarships attribution is merit-based: same selection criteria, methods and decision-making for selection to the programme itself are applied to attribute scholarships, attribution is based on absolute selection outcome ranking of applicants.  Learning performance during first year of the programme is used to grant scholarships during the second year of the programme. All scholarships are cumulative, expect E+EMJMD and Eiffel scholarship (holders of these scholarships cannot apply to additional scholarships).

Available at the time of application to the programme
(no additional application process but early deadline may apply)
Available  (/application) during the programme
(for students during the second year of the programme)
Erasmus + EMJMD scholarships
> covers all the duration of the programme (24 months)
> Up to 35,000 € / year for European students
> Up to 49,000 € / year for non-European students
More detail at this link
# scholarship/s available for 2022-2024
Explo’ra scholarships
(apply during semester 2 and 3)
> cover the second year of the programme
> 1,615 €  for semester 3 and 1,615 € during the Master Thesis
50 % fee-waivers (halving of participation costs)
(apply before 10/01/2022)
> covers all the duration of the programme (24 months)
> 2,225 € / year for European students
> 4,500 € / year for non-European students
Master Thesis allowances
Work placement during semester 4 is generally paid. It is for instance legally compulsory to pay trainees at least 550 € per month in France. We’ll strive to ensure that our industrial and academic partners provide at least this amount to trainees as a minimum. Most of our industrial partners offer internships that provide substantial allowances packages above this minimum, and up to 1,200 € per month
COSI scholarships
(apply before 10/01/2022)
> granted for the first year of the programme
to extremely promising students who could not get an EMJMD scholarship
Private scholarships
COSI scholarships coming from our industrial partners :
> Those are negotiated case by case
Additional financial support & scholarships
 University Jean Monnet Foundation scholarships – “International attractiveness”
> granted for the first year of the programme
>10,000 € granted to best applicants
# scholarship/s available for 2018-2019 = 1 deadline : 15/05/2018
University Jean Monnet Foundation scholarships – “International mobility”
(application during semester 2)
> maximum of 3,000 € (project-based)
# scholarship/s available for 2018-2019 = 1
 2 IDEXLYON scholarships :  
800€/ month during 8 months : 8000€
Deadline : 15/05/2018
2 EUR scholarships :  
800€/ month during 8 months : 8000€
Deadline : 15/05/2018
Eiffel scholarships
> covers all the duration of the programme (24 months)
> 1,1181 €  per month (total of 28,344 €) + travel expenses
(apply before 30/11/2017 or contact us)
# scholarship/s available for 2018-2020 = depends of your country of origin
 
MANUTECH SLEIGHT Graduate School scholarships
>8000€ (25% upon display of school certificate and a French Bank account, 25% paid in December, on condition of attendance at courses, 25% paid in March on condition of attendance at courses and 25% paid at the end of the academic year and will be conditioned to participation at all exams)