Designation/Position- MIEM Excellence Scholarship
Université de Paris invites application for MIEM Excellence Scholarship for eligible and interested candidates
About- The MIEM programme, financed by the Université de Paris’ IdEx label, aims to promote the internationalization of master’s programs and help attract the best foreign
students to constitute a pool of excellent potential future PhD students. The university
is thus equipping itself with a system for training foreign scientists who are experts
in their fields and future academic or senior executives in their home country or in
France. This programme also aims to train future highly qualified professionals who
will participate in the economic and social development of their home country.
Research/Job Area- Master’s programs
Students eligible for this scholarship programme must be:
- of foreign nationality and primo (first)-applicant at a French university
- a foreign baccalaureate holder or national diploma certifying completion of
secondary education (that corresponds to the international ISCED/ISCED
The following are not eligible for the programme:
- Students with a French baccalaureate, but who have studied abroad
- Foreign students holding a French National Diploma of Higher Education
and/or whose last diploma was obtained in France – Students with dual
MIEM scholarships are intended for foreign students coming to study at Université
de Paris in one of the master’s pre-selected by the Faculties of Sciences, Health,
Social Sciences & Humanities (SSH) and IPGP (Institut de Physique du Globe).
Please check the curriculum for any prerequisite and language requirements.
91 scholarships will be awarded to students admitted to the courses listed in the call
The scholarships are distributed as follows:
- Science Faculty: 35 scholarships (8 K€ each).
- Health Faculty: 28 scholarships (10 K€ each).
- SSH Faculty: 35 scholarships (8 k€ each)
This may however not be cumulated with another scholarship. It is awarded for one
year, non-renewable and without the possibility of deferment.
How to Apply-
The student’s application takes place in three stages:
Students send their application to the International Relations and Strategy
Office (SRI): firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that only complete applications will be accepted. Each candidate is
asked to check that his/her application file is correctly completed and that all
supporting documents are attached.
If this is not the case, the SRI office has the right to turn down the candidate’s
Deadline: 1 February 2021
The International Relations and Strategy Office (SRI) communicates the
candidates’ files to the faculty councils that select the laureates.
Each Faculty council will be responsible for selecting the recipients of the MIEM
scholarships and establishing a main list and a secondary list of candidates, in
order of academic merit.
The International Relations and Strategy Office (SRI) will communicate the
results to all candidates by email.
The laureates will have 15 days from the date of receipt of the email to come
forward and accept the scholarship. After this deadline, he or she will
automatically be considered as having renounced and a candidate from the
secondary list will be contacted.
Date of information: 15 April 2020
Expected answer from candidate: between the 1st and 15th day of receiving
Last Date for Apply– 1 February 2021