Graduate Programmes are track of excellence emphasizing internationalization, interdisciplinarity and employability.
The Graduate Programme "Science for A Changing Planet" brings together 7 master degrees in chemistry, physics, biology and earth, and environmental sciences.
Scholarships are available for students of all nationalities enrolled in one of the Master degrees of the Graduate Programme Science for a Changing Planet.
Scholarships are awarded to students having the highest academic records.
Scholarships are merit-based and open to students having excellent academic records. The scholarship amount is fixed at 3 500€. Students who were not enrolled in a Bachelor or Master degree from the University of Lille in 2020-2021, can also apply for a relocation grant.
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€ 3,500 per year, to facilitate their settlement in Lille.
Complete and submit the application form, including
the application form
copy of an official identity document (passport or ID card)
copy of the academic records (official documents only) for the Bachelor and/or the first year of master
copy of a document proving the English proficiency
two reference letters from previous professors/teachers/advisor
Students must apply to the scholarship alongside their application to the master degree (M1 or M2).
Application form can be downloaded here: