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Depending on their situation, international students can benefit from financial assistance : IPAG scolarship, ERASMUS Scholarship…

 

 

 

IPAG Scolarship

Starting in fall 2016, IPAG Business School will begin awarding diversity and academic excellence scholarships. To be eligible, students must be enrolled in one of our undergraduate or postgraduate programmes taught in English and be less than 26 years old. An excellent academic record and a cohesive career path will be the main selection criteria.

Application deadline: DECEMBER 15, 2016 for the Spring semester JUNE 15, 2017for the Fall semester

Please email your application to: international@ipag.fr

 

DOWNLOAD THE SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION FORM

ERASMUS Scolarship

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BBA students can apply for ERASMUS scholarships.

Requirements: Scolarship attribution is not based on financial situation. It depends on the cost of life in your destination country and on whether you are a student or an intern there.

Contacts :

IPAG Paris : e.zerbib@ipag.fr

IPAG Nice : c.ferrero@ipag.fr

Life in France: how much does it cost?

Taking into account the many discounts for which students are eligible, the average monthly student budget is €1,000 in Paris and €800 elsewhere in the country.

Food, meals

• 1 baguette: 0,80€

• 1 coffee: 1,50 -2€

• 1 Camembert cheese: 2€

• 1 croissant: 1,10€

• 1 kg of pasta: 1,50€

• 1 kg of potatoes: 1,20€

• 1 kg of rice: 1,90€

• 1 liter of milk: 1,20€

• 6 eggs: 1,50€

• 1 meal at a university cafeteria: 3,15€

• 1 fast-food meal: 7€

• 1 meal at neighborhood restaurant: 10 – 20€

• 1 sandwich: 3 – 5€

Health

Medical visit

• General practitioner: 23€ and up (of which 14€ is reimbursed)

• Psychiatry, neuropsychiatry, neurology: 37€ and up (24€ reimbursed)

• Gynecology – ophtalmology: 28€ and up (19€ reimbursed)

• Specialist: 25€ and up (19€ reimbursed)

• Dentist: 30€ and up depending on service rendered

Culture, leisure

• 1 month of Internet access: 20-50€ depending on the plan or bundle (Internet, TV, telephone, unlimited calling to certain countries).

• 1 cell phone plan: starting at 30€ per month depending on provider. Plan prices vary in the amount of calling time and data transmission they offer. Prepaid cards starting at 5€ are sold in licensed tobacco shops.

• 1 student-rate movie ticket: about 7€50. Some national theater chains offer unlimited monthly admission cards for 30€.

• 1 museum admission: 5-10€

• 1 student-rate swimming pool admission: 1€70

• 1 newspaper: 1€20

• 1 DVD player: 50 – 150€

• 1 MP3 player: 20 – 150€

• 1 paperback book: about 6€

• 1 night in budget hotel (**): 60€

• 1 theater ticket: 10 – 30€

Transportation

• 1 round-trip Paris-Barcelona air ticket: 100-150€

• 1 round-trip Paris-Brussels- Amsterdam Thalys rail ticket: 100-120€

• 1 round-trip Paris-London Eurostar rail ticket: 100-150€

• 1 round-trip Paris-Nice TGV (highspeed train) ticket: 140€. If reserved far enough in advance, tickets can be as cheap as 50€.

• 1 monthly public transportation pass in Paris: from €60 (Paris proper) to 123€ (outlying suburbs) – special offers available for students

• 1 liter of gasoline: 1.40€

• 1 city bike: 1€ per day in Paris, but free for the first 30 minutes.