How to Apply

The Graduate Programmes of the University of Lille offer fellowships and relocation grants to attract bright students in their master tracks, as well as outgoing mobility grants to its registered students. Check out the calendar for ongoing calls and found out the type of grants you can apply to.

  Fellowship & Relocation Grant Outgoing Mobility Outgoing Mobility
Eligibility Master students (M1 & M2) Master students (M1 & M2) PhD students
Deadline 1st call: 31 March (results April 15) 2nd call: 15 June (results 1 July) 1st call: mid-November (results December) 2nd call: mid-March (Results April) 1st call: 28 February (results March)

ONGOING CALL

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2nd call for Fellowships & Relocation Grants (Deadline 15 June)

 

Scholarships & grants

WHEN?

 Before the start of the academic year (prospective or registered students)

  Fellowship 

☑️ Eligibility: Any student in the process of applying or intend to apply for one of the master’s courses on the graduate programme, may apply for the fellowship. 

☑️ Grant allocation criteria: Students with the best academic results. Students accepted and registered in one of the master’s courses part of the graduate programme. 

3500€

More information to the dedicated grant page here

 

WHO?

International students ; Students from other universities ; Students in Master 1

WHEN?

 Before the start of the academic year (prospective or registered students)

   Relocation grant

☑️ Eligibility: Any foreign student entering a French higher education institution for the first time and enrolling for the first time in a Master 1 or Master 2 of one of the Graduate Programmes.

☑️ Grant allocation criteria: This is a financial contribution to help cover your travel and living costs. The “settling in” grant can only be awarded for your first year in Lille.

3500€

More information to the dedicated grant page here

 

 

WHO?

International students 

WHEN?

 During the academic year (registered students)

  Outgoing mobility grant

☑️ Eligibility : Any students from one of the master’s courses that make up the graduate programmes hoping to do an internship abroad for a minimum of 2 weeks

☑️ Grant allocation criteria: the quality of the mobility trip proposal and its relevance for your academic career.

up to 3000€

More information to the dedicated grant page here

 

 

 

WHO?

Master students from the Graduate programme ; PhD students from Graduate Programme