2023 Call For Scholarships to Study in France at the Maser Level is Now Open

2023 Call For Scholarships to Study in France at the Maser Level is Now Open

Call for application: from January 24 to April 2, 12 am.

All the information about the scholarship programmes can be found on the Campus France Pakistan website:https://www.pakistan.campusfrance.org/.

Pakistani applicants with outstanding academic records can benefit from a number of funding options for their in France taught-in-English degrees: 170 scholarships programmes offered by the French government, universities, regions, or companies are listed on the Campus Bourses scholarship search engine on the Campus France Pakistan website (https://www.pakistan.campusfrance.org/). All fields of knowledge and level are covered.

In addition, every year, the Embassy of France in Pakistanawards scholarships to meritorious young Pakistani to go to France for master’s degrees taught in English, short French language training, or art residences. In total, 225 000 euros(59.3 million rupees) of scholarships will be granted by France in 2023 among which 197 000 euros(52 million rupees) will be allocated to talented students who wish to pursue their higher education in France at Masters’s Level.

Application for the Master scholarship in 2023 can be filed2 ways:


Both ways cover a return air ticket Pakistan-France-Pakistan, the student visa and fees for study in France, social security in France, and online crash courses in French before departure, provided the Alliances Françaises (Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi). Besides, full tuition fees and a monthly allowance of 860 euros (226.000 rupees) will be granted for the “France Excellence for Climate Change” scholarships. Depending on the availability, preferred access to university residences may be offered.

The selected academic programs for the “FRANCE EXCELLENCE FOR CLIMATE CHANGE” scholarships of the Embassy of France for 2023encompasses top-notch degrees delivered by some of the best French higher education institutions, like IMT Atlantique or Rennes School of Business, all specialized in providing courses on Climate Change resilience covering scientific, managerial and economic fields.

The “FRANCE EXCELLENCE MASTER” scholarships program funded by the Embassy of France in Pakistan is designed to help Pakistani students residing in Pakistan to continue their education at Masters Level in France in priority areas set up by the French and Pakistani governments: economics, public policy, environment& energy.

The Scientific & Higher Education Attaché of the French Embassy in Islamabad (Ms. Sabine Vermillard), Head of Campus France Pakistan (Fabiha Aziz, French alumni), can be contacted, for interview upon request, by current Pakistani scholarships holders based in France for french university offering scholarships. Contact her at pakistan@campusfrance.org.



1.      MSc Process and Bioprocess Engineering/track Project Management for Environmental and Energy Engineering (M1 + M2, M2)

IMT Atlantique / https://www.imt-atlantique.fr/en/study/masters/msc/pbpe-pm3e

The objective of the Master of Science is to form project leaders or supervisors capable of managing complex engineering projects in the domain of the environment and energy conversion systems within an international context. PBPE/PM3E offers a balanced program of management skills and engineering techniques for environmental and energy projects. The technical part of the course concentrates on technology and process engineering as well as process modeling, simulation, and control. A significant part of the program is also devoted to social sciences for project managers.

2.      Master’s Planning and Sustainability –urban and regional planning(M1 + M2, M2)

Université de Tours (Polytech) /https://polytech.univ-tours.fr/english-version/international-research-master/master-planning-and-sustainability

The programme involves learning about the current challenges of sustainable development of cities through research. It focuses on issues around urban and regional development in European countries as well as in the Global South. As such, it develops a “one world” approach, providing skills that students can use as planners working in various geographical contexts. The students will be trained in research methods relating to planning and urban studies, with an emphasis on various planning cultures and on the need to incorporate environmental issues in urban development.

3.      Man-Imal Master’s Degree: “From Animal to Man: Analysing and ManagingHealth and Food Risks” (M2)

ONIRIS /https://www.oniris-nantes.fr/etudier-a-oniris/les-masters/man-imal

The MAN-IMAL Master’s “From Animal to Man: Analysing and Managing Health and Food Risks” is an additional and complementary degree whose objective is to offer students (doctors, pharmacists, veterinarians, scientists, food-processing engineers) technical training, as well as offer professionals advanced skills in public health issues. Because in a globalized, industrialized society with an increasing number of stakeholders and regulations, production chains are becoming more and more complex. Based on the ‘‘One World, One Health’’ concept, the man-imal program seeks to answer these changes thanks to a global and cross-disciplinary approach integrating. To cope with these new issues in Public Health and Food Safety, the Master’s degree ‘‘From Animal to Man: Analysing and Managing Health and Food Risks’’ trains executives for new job profiles.

4.      Materials Science and Engineering Masters – Biorefinery and Biomaterials program (M2)

INP Pagora Grenoble / https://pagora.grenoble-inp.fr/

The aim of the 1-year Master’s program in Biorefinery and Biomaterials (Master 2) is to train professionals specialising in the problems of biomass valorisation, in particular through the development and improvement of processes allowing its transformation into biomaterials, chemical products or energy sources.

5.      MSc in Sustainable Management and Eco-Innovation (M1+M2)

Rennes School of Business / https://www.rennes-sb.com/programmes/postgraduate/msc/msc-sustainable-management-eco-innovation-2/

International consumer, societal and political pressures have compelled companies to integrate a new dimension into their management practices: sustainability. Both multinational companies (MNCs) and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) must be able to integrate sustainable practices into the way they do day-to-day business. This programme is designed to educate students to become business leaders and innovators in sustainable management. They will be able to apply sustainability-related knowledge to responsible business practices and the ethical management of people in organisations. During this master’s programme, students will study a range of interdisciplinary modules with a focus on both business practices and environmental engineering.

6.      International MBA (only for applicants with a minimum of 3 years of work experience)

Rennes School of business / https://www.rennes-sb.com/programmes/imba-2/

This programme prepares managers and business leaders for rapidly changing scenarios, taking new technologies and practices into account and based on five main pillars:

– The human factor, INSIGHT

– The geopolitical context, INTERNATIONAL

– The nuances and opportunities of digital business, INTELLIGENCE

– The creation of new business models and services, INNOVATION

– The methods to generate societal and organisational value, IMPACT

The programme is designed to offer the best benefit ratio of any triple-accredited institution. The course is designed to reflect the needs of today’s business leaders and is delivered by an international faculty of leading experts and academics using the most advanced teaching methods. During the course, students will participate in virtual teamwork, case studies, field simulations, and two highly informative field trips. Within the specialization “Impactful International Operations”, students will learn top-notch knowledge about Environmental Impact Assessment, Data-driven and green supply chain management.


1. Master International Economics (M2)

Université Orléans / https://masterinternationa.wixsite.com/inteco

The Master proposes full training in International Economics topics (International Trade, Migration and Capital Flows, Development Economics), with an excellent formation in Econometrics to be applied to International Economics topics. The Master’s program is designed to meet the needs of the following institutions: (1) Public or mixed Public-Private administrations (ministries, research centers, lobbying agencies, etc…), (2)The private sector involved in international economics and finance (Multinationals, Banks, rating Agencies…), (3)International institutions and NGOs in the world.

2.      Master in Applied Economics (M1+M2)

Université Caen Normandie /https://uniform.unicaen.fr/catalogue/formation/master/7066?lang=en

The objective of this master’s degree is to provide a general curriculum in applied economics at the research level. Since this course is an applied course, it is focused on fundamental economic problems taken in their context, relying heavily on data analysis, econometrics, and economic modeling. But this course is also an advanced course, that will provide students with a deeper understanding of fundamental concepts and techniques used in economics, both at the theoretical and empirical level, in order to develop a critical approach to how to use them and propose original solutions to existing problems and test them.

At the end of the master’s programme, the students will have acquired the necessary skills to pursue careers requiring a high level of expertise in economics, the private sector, international organizations, public institutions, and of course, academics.

3.      Master in Applied Economics – APE – Analysis and Policy in Economics(M1+M2)

PSL Université (Paris School of Economics) / https://www.parisschoolofeconomics.eu/en/teaching/masters-program/ape-analysis-policy-in-economics/presentation/

The Master’s program focuses on the acquisition of modern techniques for the analysis and evaluation of public policies, whether they are tools of economic theory or quantitative methods in the social sciences. The Master’s degree focuses on economic analysis. Still, training also includes economic history, political science, and more generally all disciplines likely to help students understand and put into perspective the different kinds of public action and its tools. Public policy practitioners will share their practices.

4.      Master in Applied Economics – PPD – Public Policy and Development (M1+M2)

PSL Université (Paris School of Economics) /https://www.parisschoolofeconomics.eu/en/teaching/masters-program/ppd-public-policy-and-development/presentation/

The social demand for the quantitative evaluation of public policies is rising. Demand for more precise evaluation is seen everywhere and at all levels of society – central and local administration, firms, and civil society – in advanced or developing countries as well as in international organizations. The PPD master’s is a two-year research-based training program. It prepares students to become experts in designing, analyzing and evaluating public policies in both developed and developing countries. It combines rigorous training in analytical and quantitative economic methods with an emphasis on both policy and practice. The PPD Master provides a solid foundation for progressing into the PhD program at PSE or elsewhere. If you do not wish to go to a doctorate, the PPD Master provides advanced quantitative skills required for a professional economist in the public or private sector.

5.      Master in Solar Energy, Law, Economics and Management (M1+M2)

Université Savoie Mont Blanc / https://www.univ-smb.fr/solaracademy/solar-energy-law-economics-and-management/

The Master program SoLEM: Solar Energy, Law, Economics and Management, is a highly innovative, new degree program preparing to tackle present and future challenges of the energy transition. It is a part of Solar Academy Graduate School recently awarded to the University of Savoie Mont Blanc (USMB).

The core training, based on economics, management, and law, provides knowledge on how to apply the main tools of economic analysis and develop an in-depth understanding of the energy transition, including its relationship with public policies, industrial transformations, business models, legal concepts and tools specific to the renewable energy sector, in particular solar energy.

6.      Master in Energy for Solar Buildings (M1+M2)

Université Savoie Mont Blanc / https://www.univ-smb.fr/solaracademy/energy-for-solar-buildings-and-cities-esbc-2/

The Master program ESBC: Energy for Solar Buildings and Cities, is a highly innovative, new degree program preparing to tackle present and future challenges of the energy transition. It is a part of Solar Academy Graduate School recently awarded to the University of Savoie Mont Blanc (USMB).

The training combines practice and theory centered on the fields of solar energy engineering, building physics, and materials science, with an opening to computer science, architecture and urban planning, law, economics, and sociology. The training provides knowledge on how to deploy the energy transition in the building sector, with a particular focus on solar energy. It provides technical tools for system sizing and management, and develops an in-depth understanding of the energy transition, including its relationship with public policies, economic and industrial transformations, business models, legal concepts, and tools specific to the renewable energy sector, in particular solar energy.

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