As part of the 2020-2023 Erasmus + International Mobility Credits (IMC) programme, Sciences Po has obtained a number of scholarships helping students to finance their 3rd year abroad.

Who can apply?

Any student embarking on their 3rd year abroad as part of Sciences Po’s undergraduate studies programme studying in an eligible partner university

Consult the list of eligible partner universities (PDF in French, 293 Ko).

The Marion Bruley grant is dedicated to assisting Sciences Po's students interning in the United States with the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, at either the French embassy or consulates, or another international institution such as the United Nations, the International Monetary Fund or the World Bank.

The US Sciences Po Foundation, along with the Gauvey Herbert family, has established this grant in honor of Marion Bruley, a graduate of Sciences Po, who passed away suddenly on November 9, 2011.

The aim of the Lætitia Craig de Surville prize is to mentor one to three Sciences Po students who will be spending their third year abroad in a partner university in South East Asia.

Lætitia Craig de Surville (Eco-Fi 1988) travelled to China not long after graduating from Sciences Po, a journey that stayed in her memory.

The Victoria prize, funded by Cabanettes, aims to help students fund their third year abroad. Students must be enrolled on Sciences Po’s undergraduate studies programme (all campuses) and be a CROUS scholarship holder level 5, 6 or 7.

The candidates must demonstrate curiosity, openness, generosity and enthusiasm in particular regarding projects promoting education.

The prize aims to provide students with financial help during their study abroad year amounting to 4500 € per prize winner.

The Ile-de-France region offers students living in Ile de France the possibility of applying to a competition aimed at students carrying out an international mobility semester (in Europe or outside of Europe) as part of their studies. « Les Trophées des étudiants-ambassadeurs de l’Ile-de-France » will award students with up to 3 000 € for the best completed projects.

Students receiving an international mobility grant through Sciences Po which is financed by the Ile de France region will receive a 300 € bonus.

Funded by the Swiss Federal Government, the Swiss European Mobility Programme (SEMP) is open to all students going on exchange to a Swiss university, regardless of their nationality. All students at Bachelor and Master's level are eligible, with the exception of those on a gap year.

The scholarship amounts to CHF 1600 per semester (CHF 400 per month) and covers the entire duration of the exchange (one or two semesters). This amount is paid in two installments, one at the beginning and one at the end of the exchange.

The Office Franco-Québécois for Youth (OFQJ) is launching a call for projects among young researchers and university students from various disciplines to increase exchanges as part of Franco-Quebec academic cooperation.

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