Funding

This page contains information about the different funding options available for your stay at the University of Lille, depending on your individual profile.

If you have come to study at the University of Lille on an individual basis (outside exchange programmes) 

Campus France directory of grants

From bachelor's to post-doc levels, this annuaire presents the various funding schemes run by government institutions, local authorities, businesses, foundations and other higher education institutes. You can use it to search for funding based on your specific profile.

Eiffel grants of excellence

Each year, the Ministry of foreign affairs awards Eiffel grants of excellence.
This scheme, intended for international students, offers funding for a master's-level course (1 or 2 years) or a 10-month mobility programme as part of a jointly supervised diploma (preferably 2nd or 3rd year of a doctorate).

Eligible areas: Law, economics and management, natural sciences, engineering and political science.

Procedures and applications:  

•    The candidate applies at the department/faculty/laboratory where he/she will be studying 

•    The application is studied by the relevant departments

•    Preselected applications are sent to the international mobility department by 30/11/2018 (2019/2020 academic year)

•    Selection committee

•    Committee's deliberations shared by the international mobility department with the relevant departments 

•    Departments inform candidates of the decision

Contact: bourses-eiffeluniv-lillefr

Doctoral grants

You will find more information on the page about Doctoral courses

Campus France directory of grants

 

Depending on your home country, Campus France lists the various funding schemes run by government institutions, local authorities, businesses, foundations, etc.

http://www.campusfrance.org/fr/page/campusbourses-lannuaire-des-programmes-de-bourse

Other grants

  • The University of Lille runs a mobility grant scheme known as MOB-LIL-EX: see box below
  • Erasmus+ ICM grant
    The European Erasmus + International Credit Mobility programme is designed to strengthen cooperation and exchanges for students, doctoral researchers, postdocs and lecturers between higher education institutes within the European Union and third countries in certain geographic zones as part of special partnerships. Click on the map of partnerships to see the list of partners.
  • Doctoral grants

You will find more information on the page about Doctoral courses

If you are completing a traineeship of more than 2 months that is covered by a traineeship agreement at the University of Lille, you are eligible for remuneration in accordance with French regulations. The hourly rate is set at a minimum of 15% of the social welfare cap.

 

MOBLILEX scholarships

The University of Lille has put in place a mobility grant scheme known as MOB-LIL-EX. The aim of this scheme is to support projects that achieve a level of excellence through the international mobility of students from the University of Lille and partner universities. Application forms can be picked up at the relevant department/faculty/laboratory. Students registered at or hosted by the University of Lille as part of a mobility programme are eligible to apply. 

For more information, see the academic component or the research component brochures.  

You can also send an email to moblilexuniv-lillefr or contact your department/faculty/laboratory for information.


Procedures and timetable of calls for applications:
May 2019:

  • Application forms available at relevant department/faculty/laboratory
  • Application forms available at relevant unit (dates set by departments)
  • Applications filed by department to be sent to the International mobility department (deadline: 24/05/2019 – 5 PM)

October 2019:

  • Application forms available at relevant department/faculty/laboratory
  • Application forms available at relevant unit (dates set by departments)
  • Applications filed by department to be sent to the International mobility department (deadline: 22/11/2019 – 5 PM)