Financial aid

EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

ESDES Lyon Business School students come from all over the world and offers an excellence scholarship to support its students.

To promote these exchanges, an excellence scholarship is offered, the amount of which varies between 10% and 50% of the tuition fees of the first year.

This excellence scholarship is awarded to students who have a good academic standing and who are motivated to become ESDES ambassadors during their studies.

SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION FORM

Download the scholarship application form here

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UCLY SCHOLARSHIP

This scholarship is for students who have already attended UCLY for at least one year.
When to apply: Before the 15th October
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CROUS SCHOLARSHIP

This scholarship is available to Master’s students before the start of their academic year. Students can re-apply each year for this scholarship.
When to apply: Between 20th January – 15th May

Apply for a scholarship based on social criteria for the 2021-2022 academic year through the etudiant.gouv.fr digital portal, under the messervices.etudiant.gouv.fr section

CAMPUS FRANCE SCHOLARSHIPS

Various scholarships programs may be offered in your home country, therefore we highly recommend that you visit the Campus Bourse website to see if you are eligible. Details can be found on this page.

PAID INTERNSHIPS

You will have the opportunity to undertake several internships during your studies. The legal minimum wage for internships of more than 2 months in France is around €577.50 per month, and this source of income can help you finance your studies.
Our careers department will provide support in finding an internship, and more information regarding individual cases. Please note that there may be visa constraints for non-European students, and we highly advise you to look into this before accepting any part-time job.

BANK LOANS

Interest rates are generally around 0.8% to 1%.
Partner banks include:

Please note that our partner banks generally require students to have a guarantor residing in France.