Study-In-France: 2024 Sciences Po Émile Boutmy Scholarships For International Students

The Sciences Po Émile Boutmy Scholarships are granted to exceptional students whose qualifications align with Sciences Po’s admission criteria and specific program prerequisites. This scholarship fund, named after Emile Boutmy, is made possible thanks to the generous contributions of its sponsors, which include benefactors, corporations, and foundations. These sponsors are enthusiastic about enabling highly deserving international students to pursue their studies at Sciences Po.

Private sponsors also have the opportunity to engage with scholarship recipients during officially organized events.

 

Scholarship Summary for 2024 Sciences Po Émile Boutmy Scholarships For International Students

  • Host Country: France
  • Study Abroad: Study in Europe
  • Eligible Countries: All Countries
  • Reward: Full Scholarship | €13,100 Grants
  • No IELTS Required
  • Deadline: February 25, 2024

Scholarship Details for 2024 Sciences Po Émile Boutmy Scholarships For International Students

The Émile Boutmy scholarship program receives invaluable support from its sponsors, including benefactors, companies, and foundations, all of whom are enthusiastic about enabling the most exceptional international students to pursue their studies at Sciences Po. Private sponsors also have the opportunity to directly engage with scholarship recipients during official events that are meticulously organized for this purpose.

These scholarships are made possible thanks to the generosity of sponsors like BNP Paribas, Chalhoub Group, RATP Foundation, L’Oréal, and Total, who are committed to supporting the Émile Boutmy excellence scholarship.

Scholarship Requirements:

To qualify for this scholarship, applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • First-time applicants
  • Hailing from a non-European Union country
  • Residing in a household that does not pay taxes within the European Union
  • Accepted into an Undergraduate or Master’s program at Science

Ineligible candidates include:

  • Swiss and Norwegian applicants, who may qualify for CROUS scholarships
  • Those with dual citizenship, including an EU citizenship
  • Candidates from Quebec for master’s degrees (as they have access to sliding scale fees similar to European applicants); however, candidates from Quebec applying for a bachelor’s degree are eligible
  • Master’s level dual-degree applicants, except for those pursuing specific dual degrees such as Journalism Sciences Po/Columbia University, Sciences Po/Fudan University (with the concentration Europe-Asia in Global Affairs, limited to Chinese nationals), and Sciences Po/Peking University (limited to Chinese nationals)
  • Ph.D. program students (thesis)
  • Applicants for one-year Master’s programs
  • Bachelor dual-degree candidates, unless specified in a particular agreement
  • Exchange students
  • Candidates applying through the French graduate admission procedure

Scholarship Duration and Reward

BACHELOR’S DEGREE PROGRAMME – The Émile Boutmy scholarship is granted to students commencing their first year of studies at Sciences Po. The Émile Boutmy program may assume various formats:

  1. A tuition grant of €14,210 per year for the three years of the undergraduate programme.
  2. A tuition grant of €9,500 per year for the three years of the undergraduate programme.
  3. A tuition grant of €6,500 per year for the three years of the undergraduate programme.
  4. A tuition grant of €3,900 per year for the three years of the undergraduate programme. 

Failure to complete the academic year validation will result in the forfeiture of your scholarship. Should you be awarded a scholarship and opt to defer your admission, your scholarship will be forfeited. While studying abroad during the third year of the undergraduate program, scholarship recipients will maintain their tuition fee grant. The Émile Boutmy scholarship is automatically extended if the student elects to pursue further graduate studies at Sciences Po

MASTERS LEVEL

The Émile Boutmy scholarship is granted to students enrolling at Sciences Po for their initial year of study. The Émile Boutmy program offers a tuition grant of €13,100 (the amount granted in 2023, with the 2024 amount yet to be confirmed) per year for each of the two years of the Master’s degree program, covering a portion of the tuition fees. For existing Émile Boutmy scholarship recipients at Sciences Po, the scholarship amount is determined upon admission and may be adjusted annually to account for any applicable increases in tuition fees. Non-completion of the academic year validation will result in the forfeiture of your scholarship. If you have been awarded a scholarship and opt to postpone your admission, your scholarship will be forfeited.

Required Documents

To apply, candidates should be prepared to submit the following documents:

  • For undergraduate-level applications, you must provide proof of income and documents that explain your family situation. These documents may include income tax returns for both parents, pay slips, divorce certificates, unemployment benefits documentation, and documents related to alimony, child support, or retirement pensions, as well as death certificates if applicable.
  • For graduate-level applications, no additional documents need to be attached initially. However, please note that we may request proof of income from applicants if deemed necessary during the evaluation process.

Method of Application

APPLICANTS FROM FOREIGN SECONDARY SCHOOLS

Foreign secondary school applicants should specify their application for the Émile Boutmy scholarship in the “Financial information” section of their Sciences Po application. It’s important to be aware that applicants may be requested to submit proof of income and documents detailing their family situation, such as income tax returns for both parents, payslips, divorce certificates, unemployment benefits documentation, and documents related to alimony, child support, retirement pensions, and death certificates, if necessary during the evaluation process..

MASTER’S LEVEL, FIRST TIME APPLICANTS

For master’s level candidates, it is essential to specify their application for the Émile Boutmy scholarship within the “Financial information” section of their Sciences Po application. It is important to be aware that candidates may be requested to submit proof of income and documents that elucidate their family situation, including items like income tax returns for both parents, payslips, divorce certificates, unemployment benefits documentation, and documents pertaining to alimony, child support, retirement pensions, and death certificates if required during the evaluation process. Additionally, candidates should attach their language test results, if applicable.

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