The M.E.S.C. Master Course was supported from 2005 to 2015 by the European Union through the ERASMUS MUNDUS programme. The students of Class#12 that will end their training in September 2017 are the last ones to receive these European fundings.
This means that the "Erasmus + Erasmus Mundus" scholarships are not available for this 2017 intake. But when you apply for joining MESC in 2017, you automatically apply for one of the industrial scholarships granted by some of our partners.
If you are a non-European student, i.e. you come from a country which is not one among the 28 EU Member States, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Turkey or FYROM, you may receive : An industrial grant : These €20,000 grants are offered by our associated partners (ALISTORE-ERI and CIC ENERGIGUNE), or industrial partners linked to MESC (UMICORE), to the best ranked students selected in the main list by the Pedagogic Committee to join MESC thanks to their brilliant application.
A Campus France scholarschips (Eiffel Scholarships, Entrepreneurs in Africa, Brazil: Science without borders, Malaysia Program, Mexico CONACYT): If you are concerned by one of these programmes, we invite you to apply for one of these scholarships independantly from your application for MESC. You will find the relevant information on Campus France website.
Regional councils and governements can also give extra grants or financial aid to the students enrolled within MESC to cover their expenses during their mobility.
Grants for European students
If you are a European student, i.e. you come from one of the 28 EU Member States, Turkey, FYROM, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, you may receive: An industrial grant : These €20,000 grants are offered by our associated partners (ALISTORE-ERI and CIC ENERGIGUNE), or industrial partners linked to MESC (UMICORE), to the best ranked students selected in the main list by the Pedagogic Committee to join MESC thanks to their brilliant application.
Regional councils can also give extra grants to MESC students, for a special pupose, like mobility. Every year, the regional Council of Picardy awards a mobility grant (around 900€ for the semester) to MESC students who apply and meet the eligibility criteria, for their semester in Warsaw or Cordoba.
Some students can also receive grants from :
their University of origin
their local administrations : Please consult your University and local authorities for further details about these grants.