Air Liquide International Scholarship (ALIS)
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Air Liquide International Scholarship (ALIS)

  
  
  
  
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Areas of Study :
Engineering, Economics and Finance
Level :
Postgraduate level 
Scholarship Funded by :
rench Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs (MAEE) and the AIR LIQUIDE group
Provided to : in
Indian/ Foreign Students Ecole Centrale Paris, Ecole Polytechnique and the University of Paris-Dauphine

The French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs (MAEE) and the AIR LIQUIDE group are offering scholarships for foreign students to pursue advanced Master's in the fields of energy, engineering, economics and finance. The scholarships are offered in three institutes, Ecole Centrale Paris, Ecole Polytechnique and the University of Paris-Dauphine.

Eligibility

(i) Applicants should be residents of India, Cameroon, Egypt, Ghana, Morocco, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Senegal or Turkey

(ii) should be enrolled at a university in their home country

(iii) Applicants should not be over 30.

Financial support

A single flat-rate scholarship of Euro 13,000 inclusive of tuition fees will be provided. Social and medical insurance cover for the duration of the programme will be offered and a French-language course will be taught.

How to apply

Before the deadline for receiving applications, you must submit your application for a scholarship of the programme cofinanced by Air Liquide/MAEE, electronically to the French Embassy. You must also submit your application by that date to the French institution of higher education chosen by you from one of the programme’s partner institutions.

Applications will be examined jointly by the French embassy and the Air Liquide subsidiary of your home country. If the scholarship application you sent to the Embassy is admissible, the French Embassy in your country of origin will send you a notification to attend an interview on the day the Selection Committee of the scholarship programme cofinanced by Air Liquide / MAEE is scheduled to meet. The Committee for the Preselection of applicants for a scholarship under the programme cofinanced by Air Liquide/ MAEE (ALIS) will be convened in your country of origin under the authority of the French Embassy. It will be made up of a representative of the Embassy's Cooperation and Cultural Action Service (SCAC) and Economic Mission, and of a representative of the AIR LIQUIDE Group subsidiary in your country of origin. You will be informed by the French Embassy of the Committee's opinion on your application which may be preselected, placed on a supplementary list, or rejected.

Selected applications will be sent to Paris electronically by the French Embassies in the countries concerned.

On the proposal of the Preselection Committee in your country of origin, the final list of the selected applicants will be drawn up by consultation between Air Liquide and the MAEE. Following the examination of your application, you will be informed by the Embassy whether it has been selected for the award of a scholarship cofinanced by Air Liquide/MAEE subject to final admission by the French higher education institution of your choice, or rejected.

The successful applicants will be directly contacted by the French embassy of their home country after the final consultation between Air Liquide and the MAEE, and once their admission acted by the partner institutions.

Mandatory Application documents

These documents shall be digitized if needed in order to be sent electronically

(i) a one-page curriculum vita in French or English;

(ii) a copy of your academic record and of your academic qualifications;

(iii) the ALIS programme application form;

(iv) if you have received it, a copy of the application certificate or acknowledgement of receipt from the French higher education institution(s) you applied to;

(v) a two-page statement of your career plans in French or English giving the following information:

1. summary of your training experience and of any work experience you may have;

2. career prospects (sector of activity, functions, preferred countries)

3. your motivation for joining this scholarship programme cofinanced by Air Liquide/MAEE:

- what would you gain from the programme?

- how do you think you may contribute to the programme?

More information available on: www.ambafrance-in.org

Contact

For information on partner schools, visit:

Ecole Centrale Paris

www.ecp.fr

Ecole Polytechnique

www.polytechnique.edu

Universite Paris Dauphine

www.dauphine.fr



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