Amse Fellowships

Amse Fellowships

A number of AMSE fellowships are available for foreign students wanting to enrol in the Master programme. The amounts of fellowships are the following:

  • 7500€ for M1 students,
  • 8500€ for M2 students,

Fellowships are paid in four installments starting from the month of November. Payments are conditional on attending all classes regularly. These are AMSE fellowships and will be awarded by an AMSE committee.


Latest date to apply was March 23 for the academic year starting in september.


Student wishing to apply for the fellowship should send in a dossier containing:

  • the fellowship application form duly completed: application form M1 fellowship programme, application form M2 fellowship programme,
  • a motivation letter,
  • a CV,
  • a copy of the last degree obtained,
  • and records of marks obtained in their last semesters or last year of study.

This application should be sent by email in a single pdf to infoecole[a]amse-aixmarseille.fr before March, 23rd 2018. Please use the following words in the subject matter of the email message: “AMSE fellowship M1” or “AMSE fellowship M2” according to the objective of your application.
The application must include all the documents requested in a single .pdf file, following the order given above. The name of the file has to be: yourname_AMSE_fellowqhip_M1.pdf or yourname_AMSE_fellowqhip_M2.pdf
Dossiers not complying with the above will not be processed.


Other Fellowships

Students wishing to enrol in the AMSE may be eligible for the fellowships describe hereby. We encourage students to apply for these fellowships. Student should bear in mind that AMSE is not the institution awarding these fellowships. It is therefore unnecessary and not recommended to contact AMSE for information about these fellowships. However, AMSE is partner to these fellowship programs and will support the candidacies of bright students.


Campus France. This is a worldwide program for foreign students wishing to study in France. The program provides a number of aids. Some of these are specific to bilateral programs, some target specific areas.
EMMAG. Created in the spirit of cooperation and exchange between Europe, the Maghreb and Egypt, EMMAG is a mobility program in higher education, funded by the European Commission under the Erasmus Mundus program.

France in India/French Embassy in New-Delhi: Raman-Charpak fellowship for French-Indian exchanges