The Charpak scholarship program is the most popular scholarship program, because this program is run by the Embassy of France in India. Only a few people know that this program is named after Georges Charpak who was a French physicist awarded with the noble price in physics.
In this scholarship program, there are three types of funding available for the bachelor's and master's.
The Franco - Indian Education Trust, found in August 2017 with an aim to support students, faculty, researchers and young professionals in diverse domains from India to France for any academic program. This trust is a joint initiative of the Embassy of France in India and Mr. Prashant K Lahoti, managing trusty of Krishnakriti Foundation and co-founder of Kalakriti India. under the franco India education trust, there are total 2 scholarships
UGAM Legrand Scholarships
This scholarship is designed for Indian students who are aspiring to study a master's Programm in some of the top French higher education institutes.
Amba-Dalmia Scholarship Programm
This is a very unique scholarship for Indian women aspiring to study in music, theater, sports, arts, sculpture, cinema, opera, ballet, painting, photography and culinary arts in France.
Erasmus + is a European Union programme that supports Education training, youth, and sport. With the help of this scholarship, more than 2 Million students can benefit from mobility bursary in Europe.
The Erasmus Mundas joint Masters is a study program that awards scholarships to the world's best students for one or 2 years, regardless of their field of study. Students must take their Masters's program in at least two countries participating in the program to receive this scholarship.
Early Bird scholarships are for those students who determined to study in France and ready to apply before 6 to 7 months of the intake. You will receive this scholarship in major Management and Business Schools in France if you have already made your mind towards France.
All the above scholarships have different criteria to apply. But few things that remain mandatory to gain these scholarships are your academic marks, your IELTS score and last but not the least, your course selection.
Your academic marks must be above 60%, 6.5 IELTS score minimum required in English speaking and if you choose popular courses of France like wine manufacturing, luxury brand management, fashion, arts, aviation, etc. then you can gain benefits of these scholarships.
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