The University Paris 1 does not provide any scholarships but students can directly apply to their embassy or one of the following addresses according to their origins:

Eiffel Scholarship


The French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs launched the Eiffel excellence scholarship programme support French centres of higher education in their international outreach initiatives, in a context of mounting competition among developed countries to attract elite students from overseas. It is a very selective scholarship. Students accepted by this programme receive 1181 euros/month. This scholarship is priority for students from emerging countries. The PSME agrees to reduce Eiffel Scholarship-holders tuition fee.

Please read carefully the application guide

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    When filling out the Eiffel scholarship application you must specify the M1 and M2 programs you wish to apply for (ex. Master 1: PSME, Master 2: M2 Development Economics). You should apply for the Eiffel scholarship for 24 months if you wish to do the 2 years of study in France. You may find the list of M2 programs on the following link:

    Master 2 P = Professional master programs with compulsory internship

    Master 2 R = Research oriented master programs, optional internship following studies. A must if you wish to apply for a PhD after your Master.

    Master 2 I = Undefined master program (can do either an internship or a research project at the end)

    Results are announced on the CAMPUS FRANCE website in March/April for upcoming September start.

    To apply for the eiffel scholarship programme, students must provide the following documents in French or in English for Eiffel Scholarship programme:

    • A detailed CV;
    • A cover letter describing their interest in the programme, accomplishments, and future plans;
    • Certified translations of their academic transcripts of records (at least 3 years);
    • Copy of your Bachelor's Degree and/or Master Degree;
    • Letters of recommendation (if there are any);
    • A copy of your passport;

    If you have any questions about scholarships, please contact:


Fulbright Scholarship

For American students wishing to study in France

Interested students must apply for the Fulbright Scholarship for the 2023-2024 school year has passed. The competition for the 2024-2025 school year opens in April.
They recommend preparing your application at least 2 months prior to the campus or IIE deadline.
Please note that you must apply through the Fulbright Advisor at your undergraduate university; even if you have already graduated. Please check with your university or online to find out who to contact.
Application instructions:
Check the Preparing an Application information before applying.


You are looking to finance your studies, find all the scholarships on the Campus France website.