Excellent students applying to the Université Grenoble Alpes (UGA) and enrolling for a Master's degree in Biology and Plant Biology can apply for the following Master's scholarships:

They are offered to excellent foreign students applying for a Master's degree in Biology and Plant Biology who are currently enrolled at a foreign university. Applicants may be enrolled in the 1st (8,000 euros/year) and/or 2nd year of a Master's degree (5,000 euros/year). This scholarship will be awarded in June after a selection committee has ranked the candidates. No specific application is necessary: simply apply for the Master's programme via the Campus France or Monmaster procedure, depending on your country of residence. Created by the French Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs, the aim of these scholarships is to attract the best foreign students to French Masters programmes and to encourage applications from emerging countries. This scholarship is extremely selective and only the best students can be selected. Applications can only be submitted to a single French university, and the calls are generally open each year between mid-October and mid-December of the year preceding your admission. As a first step, you should contact the Master's coordinator and provide all the information needed to study your application (CV, transcripts, ranking, etc.). If your application is of sufficiently high standard to be considered, the Master's coordinator will submit your application to the UGA for a new selection procedure.

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CBH Graduate School finances one-year mobility grants for foreign students coming to study at the Université Grenoble Alpes as part of a Master's programme (first year M1 or second year M2). The GRAL scholarship is awarded to 2nd year Master's students who obtained their bachelor's degree outside the UGA. The selected students shoud complete their master thesis in one of the GRAL laboratories, at the interface between structural biology and cell biology on the "polygone scientifique" site.  See the IRIG or Institut de Biologie Structurale (IBS) laboratories.  Successful candidates will receive a grant of 5,000 euros in addition to financial support for the internship (approximately 550 euros/month).
  • In addition, some scholarships are specific to your country. Please consult the Campus France website for more information.
Published on  June 27, 2023
Updated on October 16, 2023