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Master Plant Sciences

SPS Grants for master students

SPS Grants for master students
Academic year 2019-2020

The Saclay Plant Sciences network (SPS, www.saclayplantsciences.fr) offers grants for students enrolled in the teaching programs in its perimeter, which includes the “Plant Sciences” program of the Integrative Biology and Physiology master’s degree (M1 and/or M2) (Université Paris-Saclay, Université Paris-Diderot),

General information

Up to 10 grants will be allocated each academic year.

The successful candidates will receive1:
- in M1: 8000 euros
- in M2: 6000 euros (to which will be added the internship stipends)

The students who received a SPS grant in M1 and who are accepted in M2 will automatically receive the grant in M2.

Note for foreign students:

The Université Paris-Saclay (UPSaclay) has an International Master’s Scholarship Program reserved for excellent foreign students entering France and accepted in one of the master programs of the Université Paris-Saclay. This UPSaclay Scholarship Program is different from the SPS Grants detailed on this page.

If eligible to the UPSaclay International Master’s Scholarship Program2 and based on excellence criteria, some candidates to the Integrative Biology and Physiology “Plant Sciences” master’s program will be proposed for a Université Paris-Saclay Scholarship by the coordinators of the master’s program.

To be considered for the UPSaclay International Master’s Scholarship Program, foreign candidates should, therefore, apply to the Integrative Biology and Physiology “Plant Sciences” master’s program before April 15th.

The Université Paris-Saclay International Master’s Scholarship and the SPS Grant for master students cannot be cumulated. Foreign students wishing to apply for a SPS Grant are encouraged to do so. However, if they are selected under the UPSaclay International Master’s Scholarship Program, their application to the SPS Grants will not be considered.

Eligibility

1) To be eligible to the SPS Grants, students must apply to one of the teaching programs in the SPS perimeter, which includes the M1 or M2 Integrative Biology and Physiology “Plant Sciences” master program.

2) Only students accepted to one of these programs will then be considered for the SPS grant.

3) Acceptance of a SPS Grant commits the students to carrying out their internship within the SPS laboratory network.

Application procedure

1) Apply to the M1 or M2 Integrative Biology and Physiology “Plant Sciences“ master program

2) Apply for the SPS Grant by clicking on the button below:

Submit an application

Application consists of a motivation letter justifying:
- the choice of this master program in the frame of the applicant’s career project and
- the importance of the grant for enrollment in the master program.

Applications must be submitted online before June 1st, 2019.

This does not replace your application to the Master’s program, it is only for the SPS grant.

 

French students

Foreign students

Deadline for application to the Integrative Biology and Physiology “Plant Sciences” master‘s program if you want to be considered for the Université Paris-Saclay International Master’s Scholarship Program2

 

April 15th

Deadline for application for a SPS Grant

June 1st

Deadline for application to the Integrative Biology and Physiology “Plant Sciences” master’s program

M1 : June 17th
M2 : June 30th

Individual interviews with pre-selected candidates for the Integrative Biology and Physiology “Plant Sciences” master’s program (via Skype if necessary)

Second half of June

Final selection for the Integrative Biology and Physiology “Plant Sciences” master’s program

No later than June 30th

Final selection for the SPS Grants

No later than Mid-July

1 This grant does not include payment of registration fees.
2  See eligibility criteria on the Université Paris-Saclay website.