As with any French University program, registration requires payment of a registration fee which is revised annually by the French Minister of Education.
For 2021-2022, at Université Grenoble Alpes
this applies to the whole length of the program.
In addition to this registration fee, students are also required to subscribe to the national health insurance program (free of charge)
Students over 28 years old who are currently working in industry, might be required to pay a higher tuition. The University will decide on a case by case basis, and students who are admitted as continuing education students will be informed at the time of the admission.
Scholarships for foreign students in France
Information to be found on the Campus France website. The French Foreign Ministry awards many different scholarships to foreign students. 25% of these scholarships are directly financed by the Ministry in the framework of Eiffel (for Master's or Doctoral level studies) or Major programmes (for the best foreign students who have graduated from French high schools abroad). The rest are provided by France embassies abroad.
The Eiffel framework provides scholarships, however this scholarship program has a very low rate of acceptance. We only present very few applications, and only those selected by our partner institutions for students who are first of their class.
Find out directly from the Campus France office for your country to learn which scholarship programmes you are eligible for.
Campus Bourses (Campus Scholarships) provides information on the scholarships offered to foreign students. The tool lists all of the assistance provided by the States (French and foreign), regional authorities, companies, foundations and institutes of higher education. Filter your search by nationality, field and level of studies to find the assistance that corresponds to your profile.
IDEX Univ Grenoble Alpes Master Scholarships (closed)
The « Initiative d’excellence » (IDEX in short) Université Grenoble Alpes is welcoming applications for the Master Scholarship program. Applications to this program are open to foreign students who apply to the Masters' programmes offered in Grenoble.
Applicants can apply to:
Students must be currently enrolled in a University outside of France
When submitting your on-line application for the CySec, MoSIG, MSIAM or ORCO program, you will just have to tick a box "I wish to apply for a scholarship" You do not have to apply for the scholarship directly.
PERSYVAL-Lab scholarships for master degree (closed)
The PERSYVAL Labex program has just launched its call for applications for its scholarchip program for students applying to the second year Masters programs at Université Grenoble Alpes related to mathematics, applied mathematics, informatics, signal processing and automatics.
MIAI@Grenoble Alpes Master 2 Research Scholarships (closed)
MIAI@Grenoble Alpes launches a scholarship program for attracting exceptional candidates in the second year (M2). of one of University Grenoble Alpes Master's degrees related to Artificial Intelligence. This grant of 8000 € is intended to support excellent students willing to work in Artificial Intelligence (for both their Master and PhD degrees) and whose income is insufficient to cover their fees. Grants will cover the academic year from September 2021 to June 2022, which includes 4 months of courses and 6 months of master's thesis.
Selected students should apply, at the end of their Master, to a to a doctoral program within one of the Grenoble research laboratories. All excellent students are invited to apply. A maximum of 10 grants will be allocated for each academic year. Candidates must have successfully completed the first year of a master's degree course or an equivalent qualification recognized by UGA.
Information posted here.
Application deadline (two rounds):
Results: June 30th, 2021
Please note that grant application process is independent of applications for admissions. Candidates will also be required to complete the admission process to be eligible.
Dernière modification le 08 / 10 / 2021 à 09h45