Victoria Prize

The Victoria prize, funded by Cabanettes, aims to help students fund their third year abroad. Students must ne 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.

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Who can apply?

Students embarking on their 3rd year abroad who benefit from a CROUS scholarship level 5, 6 or 7.

How much is the prize?

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

How are students selected?

Students will be selected according to the criteria as listed below:

  • academic results for the 1st and 2nd years of study at Sciences Po
  • choice of destination for the 3rd year abroad (PDF, 72 Ko) and cost of living which is higher than in Paris
  • actions undertaken showing that students have promoted higher education amongst high school students
  • Crous scholarship holder level 5, 6 or 7.
  • Student enrolled in 2nd year of study embarking on a third year abreoad in 2020-2021

A maximum of 6 candidates will be preselected. The jury will award the prize to one or two students.

How to apply?

Students who wish to apply for this prize must send their completed application form (pdf in French, 72Ko) to and submit the requested documents.

Important dates

  • Meeting with the benefactor: Wednesday 13 November 2019 at 10.30am, Room 11 "Jeannie de Clarens", 1st floor, 27 rue Saint-Guillaume, Paris 75007
  • Deadline for applications: Thursday 29 November 2018
  • Pre-selection of candidates: Wednesday 5 December 2018
  • Selection of candidates: Mid February 2019

This application does not replace an international student mobility application or Erasmus+ application. Students will also need to apply seperately for student mobility application for destinations outside of Europe or and Erasmus+ application for destinations in Europe.

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