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  • Applications for FSA scholarships for 2018

    New admissions round: Fall 2017


    Past calls

    Applications for FSA scholarships for 2017

    New application deadline: 28 October 2016
    An acknowledgement of receipt will be send for all complete applications.

    The application must include the following five components:

    • An information form (completed online)
    • A CV
    • A description of the candidate's doctoral research*
    • A work project for the desired duration of the scholarship*
    • A targeted report from the academic overseeing the candidate's research and (optionally) other letters of reference

      *Maximum length of each of these documents: 10000 characters (including spaces).

    To submit your application you should:
    1. Go to the Missions platform by clicking on this link
    2. Create an account
    3. Once you have logged in, create a scholarship application request in the 'Faire une demande' tab
    4. Add the necessary information to the form, then upload the supporting documents (ONLY IN '.pdf' FORMAT and clearly named: nameCV.pdf, nameDescription.pdf, nameProject.pdf, nameReport.pdf, nameLetters.pdf).

    If you experience problems submitting your request online, please contact Ms Sophia Zoumboulaki by email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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