FINANCIAL SUPPORT and GRANTS
The Crous supervise financial supports granted to students on behalf of the Ministry for Higher Education, Research and Innovation, the Ministry of Culture and Communication and the Ministry of Agriculture. These grants are based on social criteria, depending on family resources.
GRANTS ON SOCIAL CRITERIA : You can apply for a « Crous grant », if you meet these conditions:
You follow basic education training in France (or in another country of the Council of Europe)
You are registered with a public or private higher education institution entitled to provide these scholarships
You are following a full-time course in this higher education institution.
If you are a European student
(from one of the 27 countries of the EU or Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Monaco, Andorra)
- You have worked in France, in a full-time or part-time job
- Or you can prove that one of your parents have some income in France
If you are a student from another country
- You have the status of refugee or subsidiary protected person
- Or you have a temporary resident card, you have lived in France,and your parents have paid taxes in the country for at least 2 years.
Specific situations : REFUGEES
If you come from Syria, Egypt, Irak, Jordania, Lebanon, Turkey, you are eligible to the HOPES (Higher and Further Education Opportunities and Perspectives for Syrians) project: this projects aims at improving the situation of young Syrians refugees, or young vulnerable people Syria’s neighbouring countries (Egypt, Irak, Jordania, Lebanon, Turkey) and to facilitate their access to higher education.
For general information about schloarships for foreign students click HERE
For a catalogue by nationality on the CampusFrance.org website click HERE
For Erasmus+ grants.and see your International Relation office
SPECIFIC AD HOC FINANCIAL AID
Warning: newcomers subject to visa regulations must prove that their budget can cover a one-year stay. The Crous social services will evaluate difficulties accordingly.
The aim of this assistance is to make sure you can carry on your studies despite a serious situation that may arise during the academic year. A social worker will assess your situation.
In order to apply for this help you must be a student following basic training.
Examination of applications: the student’s file is presented anonymously to the committee chaired by the director general of the Crous. If necessary, a preliminary interview can be organized between the applicant and a Crous social worker. This interview enables the assessment of the student’s overall situation, focused on their academic history and the difficulties they encounter.
The committee issues a notice of allocation or non-allocation of specific aid, which is then submitted to the director general for validation.
Please contact the social service of your Crous to make an appointment on the dedicated APP.