Complete an Internship Abroad With a Mobility GrantMarch 23 2022
Depending on the curriculum, several types of grants exist to support student mobility projects.
List of Available Scholarships and Grants
- Erasmus+ grants for studying in a European university with which an ERASMUS+ agreement has been signed;
- Erasmus+ grants for internships in Europe;
- Erasmus Mundus Joint Master’s Degree scholarships;
- French Ministry of Agriculture and Food scholarships for internships abroad;
- AgroParisTech Foundation scholarships;
- Paris-Saclay University study and work abroad grants;
- Need-based scholarships from the Île-de-France Regional Council;
The Regional Council of the region in which a student took their baccalaureate examination sometimes offers scholarships. These scholarships cannot be combined with the Regional Council of Île-de-France scholarship
Students are advised to refer to their curriculum, as scholarship possibilities may differ depending on their course of study. .
Erasmus+ Mobility Grants
Study Abroad Grants
International Internship Grants (subject to a selection process)
Additional Erasmus+ Aid
Additional Flat-Rate “Inclusion” Aid
Students who meet the criteria listed below during their year abroad may receive an additional flat-rate “inclusion” aid of €250 per funded month:
- with a disability or long-lasting condition (LLC);
- living in a municipality listed as a rural revitalization zone (RRZ);
- living at an address listed as a city’s priority neighborhoods;
- French need-based higher education scholarship holder based on social criteria levels 6 and 7;
- belonging to a household with a CAF quotient familial equal to or less than €551.
Specific Aid for Students with a Disability
Additional aid may be granted for students with disabilities. Students concerned should get in touch with the European and International Relations Office in October to submit a specific application for a Spring semester start, and in May for a Fall semester start.
Additional “Eco-Responsible Transport” Flat-Rate Aid
Students who use low-carbon means of transport for most of their trip, such as buses, trains, or carpooling to travel to and from their destination abroad may receive additional flat-rate “eco-responsible transport” aid in the amount of a €50.