Scholarships opportunities



In 2019, the ASC master’s programme has been awarded for the third time the Erasmus Mundus label and EU funding of 3 025 000 euros for a period of 6 years, offering 60 Erasmus Mundus scholarships for 4 course editions*.

For full details about EM scholarships, please click here.

*Scholarships have already been awarded for the 2021 course edition. A few admissions can still be granted for self-funded students.


A few partial tuition fee waivers can be granted upon request, based on academic records and financial needs. Requests should be addressed to after the selection results have been issued.

These waivers can reach up to 4000 euros per year for EU residents, and 8500 euros per year for non EU residents (see full details about tuition fees).



  • Students may attend the ASC master’s course within the « International Mobility of Credits » program (Erasmus+ ICM). For details about oppotunities to study in Lille within this exchange program  contact your home institution; also refer to the relevant page of  ULille website. Deadline is usually February. This cannot be cumulated with an Erasmus Mundus grant. You will have to chose one or the other after selection results are announced.
  • Find out on Campus France website all the oportunities to finance your studies according to your nationality:
  • Science without borders, scholarship program for Brazilian students:
  • For students from Peru: see the program « Becas del Presidente de la Republica » here and contact Campus France in Lima for more information.
  • For Kazakh students – Abaï-Verne mobility programme: 90 grants are available for students attending the second year of a master programme. Deadline is June 15th.
  • For more international cooperation programs of the University of Lille, please click here.
  • Refer to the French Ministry of Foreing Affairs to find out about financing your study project in France
  • Check on the website of the French embassy in your country for possible offers



  • Erasmus and/or other local Mobility grants are available for non EM-granted students to finance mobility within the ASC network. We advise you to contact the International Relations Office of your host universities a few months before the mobility period starts.
  • DAAD is the main source of funding for international students in Germany. Search DAAD’s  scholarships data base here.
  • Click here to find out more about other funding institutions in Germany
  • Grants are announced on a yearly basis to finance your second year studies in the university of Bologna



Each year a winter school is organized by one of the ASC Consortium members. Students have to attend at least one winter school during the two-year program. The Utrecht Network, partner of the ASC Consortium, can provide grants to non holders of the Erasmus Mundus scholarship for attending the winter school. The application to the Utrecht Network hospitality fund is filed by the ASC program.


Student loans: Erasmus+ Master Loans allow students to apply for financial support for their Master’s studies abroad. Read more