The Émile Boutmy scholarship was established at Sciences Po in order to attract the brightest international students from outside the European Union. The Émile Boutmy Scholarship is given to outstanding students whose profiles align with Sciences Po’s admissions criteria as well as unique course requirements. The Émile Boutmy scholarship fund is made possible by the generous support of its sponsors (benefactors, companies, and foundations) who want to ensure that the most deserving overseas students have the opportunity to study at Sciences Po. During officially organized events, private sponsors can make direct contact with scholarship recipients. BNP Paribas, Chalhoub Group, RATP Foundation, L’Oréal, and Total are among the companies that support the Émile Boutmy excellence scholarship.
The Emile Boutmy Scholarship for 2022-2023 is completely funded. Science Po in France is offering this scholarship. Applicants must be international students from all around the world. This scholarship can be used for undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral study. The Emile Boutmy Scholarship is worth up to 19,000 euros per year.
Undergraduate programs at Sciences Po include a three-year social science curriculum. These programs lead to a Bachelor’s degree and are open to students having a Baccalauréat (or a foreign equivalent).
The Graduate Schools of Sciences Po provide two-year programs leading to a Master’s degree in a variety of professional specializations.
About the Scholarship:
Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris (Paris Institute of Political Studies) is a non-profit public higher-education institution located in the urban setting of Paris (population range of over 5,000,000 inhabitants), Ile-de-France, which was founded in 1872. Dijon, Nancy, Reims, and Rouen are all locales where this university has a branch campus. The Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po) is a medium-sized (uniRank enrollment range: 9,000-9,999 students) coeducational French higher education institution that is officially recognized by the Ministère de l’Enseignement supérieur, de la Recherche et de l’Innovation, France (Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, France). For more information, see the matrix below.
This 148-year-old French higher-education school offers a strict admissions procedure based on entrance exams and previous academic records and ratings. The admittance rate ranges from 0 to 10%, making this French higher education school extremely selective. Students from all around the world are welcome to apply for admission. Students at Sciences Po have access to a library, dormitories, sports facilities, study abroad and exchange programs, and administrative services, among other academic and non-academic amenities.
A University College, six professional schools, and a Doctoral School are all part of Sciences Po. The Undergraduate College offers a three-year Bachelor of Arts degree in humanities and social sciences with a focus on civic, linguistic, artistic, and digital skills.
The seven schools of Sciences Po also offer one-year and two-year Master’s and PhD degrees. All graduate programs are held on the Paris campus of Sciences Po. Dual Master’s programs with international partners are also available at Sciences Po. These dual degree programs require students to spend one year at Sciences Po in Paris and one year at the partner university.
Economics, law, history, sociology, and political science are all areas of study at Sciences Po. It also covers a wide range of multidisciplinary subjects, including cities, political ecology, sustainable development, and socio-economic development.
In France, Sciences Po has seven campuses. The Paris campus, the Dijon campus in Normandy, the Le Havre campus in Normandy, the French Riviera campus in Menton, the Lorraine campus in Nancy, the Poitiers campus in the ancient city of Poitiers, and the Champagne campus in Reims are the locations.
The Paris campus is made up of various buildings centered around Boulevard Saint-Germain in the 6th and 7th arrondissements, as Parisians call them. Undergraduate students enrolled in the general curriculum program, the combined bachelor’s degree with UCL, and all seven graduate schools can be found on the Paris campus.
Sciences Po is noted for bringing in a large number of former or current professionals to teach classes, allowing students to gain from practitioners’ unique perspectives on contemporary topics. After their day jobs, many high-ranking civil workers offer lectures in the early evening.
Former French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin, former World Trade Organization President Pascal Lamy, former French President Francois Hollande, former French Prime Minister Jean-Pierre Raffarin, former French Foreign Minister Hubert Védrine, noted historian Pierre Milza, and Nobel Laureate economist Joseph Stiglitz are among the previous and current instructors.
.Emmanuel Macron, François Hollande, Jacques Chirac, François Mitterrand, and Georges Pompidou are among the 28 chiefs of state or government who have graduated from Sciences Po.
CEOs Frédéric Oudéa of Societe Generale, Michel Bon of Carrefour, and Jean-Cyril Spinetta of Air France are among the alumni.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): Science Po
Scholarship Worth €19,000
Study Level:Undergraduate, Masters
The Emile Boutmy scholarship is given to undergraduate and master’s students who are starting their first year at Sciences Po.
Emile Boutmy Undergraduate Scholarship: The Emile Boutmy Undergraduate Scholarship can take numerous forms:
1. A tuition award of €7,300 each year for the three years of the undergraduate program, plus a grant of €5000 per year to help with living expenses.
2. A €7,300 per year tuition subsidy for the three years of the undergraduate degree.
3. A €5,000 annual tuition subsidy for the three years of the undergraduate program.
4. A €3,000 per year tuition grant for the three years of the undergraduate program.
A scholarship of 19,000€ may be awarded on a case-by-case basis to cover the three years of college. The scholarship amounts are determined by the various entrance juries.
Your scholarship will be forfeited if you do not confirm your academic year.
If you have been awarded a scholarship but opt to defer your admission, you will forfeit your scholarship.
Scholarship awardees will keep their tuition fee grant and an additional cost of living grant during their year abroad (third year of an undergraduate program) (if applicable).
Emile Boutmy Masters Scholarship:
The Emile Boutmy/Miem program is available in a variety of formats:
1. A €10,000 annual stipend to cover tuition fees for the two years of the Master’s program.
2. A €5,000 per year tuition subsidy for the two years of the Master’s program.
Your scholarship will be forfeited if you do not confirm your academic year.
If you have been awarded a scholarship and opt to defer your admission, you will forfeit your scholarship.
Eligibility for Scholarship
To be eligible for the Emile Boutmy Scholarship, a candidate must meet all of the following criteria:
1. English is a required language.
2. All countries in the world are eligible.
The following students are not eligible:
1. Applicants from Switzerland and Norway, since they may be eligible for CROUS scholarships.
2. Candidates have dual citizenship, which includes EU citizenship
3. Master’s degree candidates from Quebec (since they may take advantage of sliding scale fees same as European applicants). Candidates for a bachelor’s degree from Quebec are eligible.
4. Dual-degree candidates with a master’s degree. Only those pursuing the following dual degrees are eligible to apply:
– the Journalism Sciences Po/Columbia University joint degree
– the combined degree Sciences Po/Fudan University in Global Affairs with the Europe-Asia specialization (only applicants with Chinese nationality)
– the Sciences Po/Peking University combined degree (only applicants with Chinese nationality)
5. Students enrolled in a Ph.D. program (thesis)
6. Applicants for one-year Master’s degree programs
Candidates with a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree (unless as part of a specific agreement)
8. Students on exchange
9. Applicants that apply through the French graduate admissions process
Candidates cannot apply for the Emile Boutmy Simple Scholarship and the joint scholarship with CSC at the same time.
Unless the jury decides otherwise, the Emile Boutmy scholarship cannot be coupled with any other scholarship (Eiffel scholarship, AEFE scholarship, BGF scholarship, etc.).
This scholarship is given out on the basis of merit and the type of profile sought for this program. Social factors are also taken into consideration.
Candidates must declare their desire to apply directly in their online bachelor’s or master’s application form in order to be considered for this scholarship.
The Emile Boutmy Scholarship 2022 France is open to all international students.
To apply for this scholarship, please follow the application steps below:
1. In the “Financial details” part of their Sciences Po application, students must specify that they are applying for the Emile Boutmy scholarship.
2. Please be aware that we may require applicants to provide proof of income as well as documents describing their family situation (e.g., both parents’ income tax returns, payslips, divorce certificate, unemployment benefits, alimony, child support, or retirement pensions documents, death certificate…).
3. Applicants must additionally attach their language exam, if required, before the scholarship application deadline.
4. Emile Boutmy scholarships are given out by the Admissions Department. Please keep in mind that your scholarship request will only be considered if you are accepted to one of our programs.
The deadline for Emile Boutmy Scholarship 2022 France are;
Deadline for undergraduate programme: Mid-February 2022
Deadline for masters programme: 30th November 2021