- The Émile Boutmy Scholarship at Sciences Po University was named after the founder of the University.
- This scholarship is supported by private donors, including Chalhoub Group, Fondation Geneviève McMillan-Reba Stewart, Fondation Luksic Scholars, L’Oréal, and Michel-David Weill.
- The Émile Boutmy Scholarship Fund was set up to welcome the best and brightest students from outside the EU to study at Sciences Po, allowing these deserving international students to pursue their studies at this university.
- These scholarships are awarded to students arriving at Sciences Po for their first year of studies.
- Sciences Po University in Paris, France.
Field(s) of Study
- All undergraduate programs offered at the university
What does the scholarship cover?
The scholarships are awarded as tuition grants as follows:
- €14,210 per year for the three years of the undergraduate program.
- €9,500 per year for the three years of the undergraduate program.
- €6,500 per year for the three years of the undergraduate program.
- €3,900 per year for the three years of the undergraduate program.
- During the year abroad (the third year of the undergraduate program), scholarship recipients will retain their tuition fee grant.
How many scholarships are given?
- Not stated
Which countries are targeted?
- Non-EU International students
Am I Eligible to Apply?
To qualify for this scholarship, you should:
- Be a first-time applicant for the scholarship.
- Have studied at a secondary school outside France.
- Have been admitted to an undergraduate program at Sciences Po.
- Be from a country outside the European Union.
- Be from a household that does not submit taxes to the EU.
- Not have received any other scholarship within the EU.
- Not have previously applied for the scholarship unsuccessfully.
How Do I Apply – Next Steps
- You must indicate that you are applying for the Émile Boutmy Scholarship in the Financial Information section of your Sciences Po application.
- You may be asked to provide documents giving details on your family’s financial situation
- Ensure that you complete the application before submission. Incomplete applications will be rejected.
- Academic merit
- The type of profile sought for this program
- Social criteria may also be taken into account.
- 21 February 2024 for students from foreign secondary schools.
- 9 June 2024 for students from French secondary schools.
How do I get more information?
- Website: Émile Boutmy Scholarship