The French government take care of gifted students or those who have low incomes, so that they are not left without the allowances, rewards and social benefits at their disposal. Therefore, there is a fairly long list of various French scholarships that virtually any student could apply for.
Applications for scholarships are considered by a competent commission, so try to prepare well, collect the necessary documents, check them thoroughly and write a good motivation letter to increase the chances of being granted allowances.
Of course, no one can guarantee a positive answer to your request before the official decision is made by the commission. Be wary of anyone who claims the contrary. The only thing you can do is to trust professionals to check your documents and that your thoughts have been laid out coherently.
Quartier Latin helps students to navigate among the many different kinds of scholarships on offer and to choose the one that best suits their specific case. We provide documentation support and help you to confidently assert yourself.
We also help students and other residents of France with registering the CAF tax deduction . Read about this social benefit in a separate article.
Managing issues on obtaining scholarships - 400 euros.
If the result is positive, Quartier Latin is entitled to a monthly commission of 10% of the amount of the scholarship received.
Before heading to France, you have to solve a lot of organizational issues associated with getting a French visa, selecting accommodation and choosing an educational institution.
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While drafting and putting together your dossier, you will encounter some specific features and requirements that cannot be bypassed.
Why do you need a CV when applying to universities in France?
A motivation letter is a very important part of your dossier.
The French government take care of gifted students or those who have low incomes, so that they are not left without the allowances, rewards and social benefits at their disposal.
One of the important stages of applying to virtually any educational institution of France is the interview with its representative.