Financing

 

You must budget and prepare for your stay abroad by doing the necessary research concerning the cost of living in the host country in order to be sure you have sufficient resources. The expected budget varies considerably due to criteria such as:

 

  • The cost of living in the host country
  • Your lifestyle
  • Exchange rates
  • Accommodation types
  • Any plans for extra-curricular travel

 

Even if the semester mobility does not involve tuition fees in addition to those charged by PSB Paris School of Business, certain costs will be involved including:

 

  • Accommodation
  • International medical insurance
  • A visa
  • Transport 
  • Administrative, association and sports fees charged by the host institution

 

Certain countries, such as the United States, require students prove the availability of their financial resources to cover the costs of living in order to obtain a visa. Others, such as Australia, require students to buy specific medical insurance.

Scholarships

 

PSB Paris School of Business is a private, non-government-subsidised higher education institution. The scholarship/grant opportunities available to students enrolled at public institutions are limited.

 

As an awardee of an Erasmus + Charter, PSB Paris School of Business requests grants each year from the Erasmus + agency. The candidature and amount of the grant awarded are approved in July of each year for a limited number of students. 

 

Only students doing a semester mobility exchange as part of an Erasmus program (mainly within the European Union) may apply for an Erasmus scholarship. 

 

The scholarship awarding and amount vary depending on various criteria defined in October of each year and require great efforts by beneficiaries as regards the administrative process. You may also apply to the city council and/or general/regional council of your place of residence/study. 

 

 

Scholarships (Bachelor's 3 Post-Bac)


Study abroad in Bachelor's 3 is not done through the ERASMUS program; as a result, students are not eligible for ERASMUS grants.
Considering the PSB Paris School of Business statute, the AMIE (Aide à la Mobilité Internationale) scholarship is no longer available for our students.


Nonetheless, we encourage students to contact their French town hall, region or department as they sometimes offer assistance for study abroad.


Furthermore, we recommend students get direct information from their host country, city or university to see if financial aid is available.

 

 

Scholarships (Master's DD)


Study abroad as part of a Master's Double Degree is not done through the ERASMUS program; as a result, students are not eligible for ERASMUS grants.

 


Considering the PSB Paris School of Business statute, the AMIE (Aide à la Mobilité Internationale) scholarship is no longer available for our students.

 


Nonetheless, we encourage students to contact their French town hall, region or department as they sometimes offer assistance for study abroad.

 


Furthermore, we recommend students get direct information from their host country, city or university to see if financial aid is available.

 

 

 

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