Scholarships based on social criteria
The scholarship application based on social criteria is made when enrolling at ENSTA Paris. ENSTA Paris applies the same criteria as those of CROUS, find them here. This scholarship is awarded annually according to CROUS criteria: run a simulation. The application files are examined in September. The scholarship is paid out in three parts: end of October, end of December and end of March, subject to attendance at classes and exams.
Supporting documents to be provided
- The tax notice for year N-1 on the family's income for year N-2 (photocopy of the tax notice of the parents or guardians, or of the spouse in the event of a separate declaration).
- If the parents are divorced: official copy of the divorce decree entrusting the student to one of the parents and setting the amount of alimony. In the absence of alimony, the tax notice (or non-taxation notice) of the other parent must be attached to the file.
- A copy of the proof of schooling for year N of siblings studying in higher education.
- Other documents may be requested by the school to justify specific situations.
Only the files returned with all the supporting documents will be examined and will give rise to a scholarship notification by email.
FDO ENSTA Paris Alumni loan on trust
The FDO helps French or foreign students who encounter financial difficulties during their studies on campus by paying short-term relief loans (reimbursement at the end of the university course).
Applications for assistance are to be collected from the association's secretariat: email@example.com
Every school year, the committee meets 3 times: mid-November, January and end of April / beginning of May
The Eiffel scholarship program
The Eiffel scholarship program was developed by the Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs to enable French higher education institutions to attract top foreign students to their Master’s or Ph.D. programs.
Erasmus+ mobility for higher education allows students to study or complete an internship in Europe and around the world. For students, the acquisition of language, intercultural and professional skills promotes personal development and better integration into their professional life.