Blaise Pascal University (Clermont-Ferrand, France) is offering master scholarships for 2nd Semester in Physics of Nanostructures and Nanophotonics. The three best applications will have the Tuition Fees offered by the University. A scholarship of a total amount of 2000 euros will be offered for the 2nd Semester if the 1st Semester is successful.
Study Subject(s): Fellowship is awarded in the field of Nanostructures and Nanophotonics.
Course Level: Fellowship is available for pursuing master programme (2nd Semester if the 1st Semester is successful ).
Scholarship Provider: Blaise Pascal University
Scholarship can be taken at: France
- Students having completed four years of University studies in Physics (Master 1st year successfully finished).
- Good command of the English language.
Scholarship Open for International Students: Brilliant students from all countries can apply for this fellowship.
Scholarship Description: Blaise Pascal University is opening the second year of its Master of Material Sciences (Nanostructures and Nanophotonics) to scientifically confirmed foreign students. In order to promote this event, the three best applications will have the Tuition Fees offered by the University. A scholarship of a total amount 2000 euros will be offered for the 2nd Semester if the 1st Semester is successful
Number of award(s): Not Known
Duration of award(s): Not Known
What does it cover? A scholarship of a total amount of 2000 euros will be offered for the 2nd Semester if the 1st Semester is successful.
Selection Criteria: Not Known
Notification: Not Known
How to Apply: The application should contain:
- A filled registration form
- a statement of purpose;
- a detailed CV (resume);
- a list of University marks for the last 3 years of study and the copies of the diploma obtained (with a certified translation);
- a recommendation letter from your professor (confidential, in a sealed envelope) ;
- a recent photograph ;
- a copy of your passport.
Scholarship Application Deadline: The application deadline is 1st September 2015, when the lectures begin.