What do I get when I apply for a master's mobility grant?
Are you looking for a master's mobility grant? This handy funding source helps students move to another city to continue their education. There are various types of financial assitance for students. Here's Nemea Appart'Etud's list of the main sources of student finance, so you can make your dreams come true.
What kind of financial support can you get if you want to study for a master's in another city?
One of the main financial aid is the First Year Master's Allowance (’Allocation de Première année de Master or APM). This assistance may be granted if you need to move to study in a different academic region from where you completed your degree. There are also scholarships that can help you cover the costs of moving. If you want to find out more about those take a look at our moving for less article.
You can also make your move easier with Nemea Appart'Etud! Our administrative team will transfer your file to the city of your choice. As a resident, your application is given priority and is free of charge.
Criteria for obtaining a mobility grant for a master's degree
If you want to apply for a master's mobility grant, you need to know if you meet the criteria. The following is a non-exhaustive list of prerequisites:
- Financial situation: if you're in financial difficulty, you may be given priority for assistance
- Region of origin and destination: depending on the city or region of destination, you may or may not be eligible for this grant
- The field of study: some grants are intended for those wanting to pursue their studies in a specific field such as science, technology, engineering, etc.
- The quality of the project: the quality of the training project and the associated professional prospects may also be taken into account
It is important to note that these criteria vary between funding sources. So you'll need to get the exact information from the various organisations and universities concerned.