On this page, you will find all the solutions to finance your mobility!
By doing abroad a part of your training or a compulsory internship within the framework of your studies, you can benefit from various financial support schemes.
12 July 2022. For information, the Registration and Financing Portal is now available. Do not forget to read carefully all the information as well as the Requesting Financial Aid Guide and to retrieve all necessary documents at the bottom of this page.
The request for funding is completely digitalised, you can make a request by clicking on the following link:
What Aid Can I Receive?
According to your destination, to the programme with which you are leaving and to the duration of your stay, you can benefit from:
- Aid by the Centre-Val de Loire Region – the Mobi-Centre scholarship
- Aid by the European Union – The Erasmus+ training scholarship or Erasmus+ internship grant
- Aid for international mobility by the Ministry of Higher Education and Research
- The scholarship portal European funding guide
Please read carefully the Guide for Requesting Financial Aid for trips planned during the university year 2022-2023.
You will find below documents to be downloaded and submitted with the various application forms for requesting financial aid and mobility follow-up, as well as a table to help you calculate your Erasmus+ grant.
European Scholarship Portal
The European funding guide platform allows high school students, university students and doctoral students to find financial support for their studies for free.
For the 1st time in France, this website uses a matching algorithm that only displays scholarships, grants, awards and prizes that actually match the individual profile of each student.
These 12,000 financing programmes include numerous fields for which students can need financial support – going from daily life costs, tuition fees and residence fees, up to additional expenses for the semesters abroad, language courses or budgets linked to scientific projects.
Many articles are also offered, particularly on themes linked to scholarship applications.