Tuition fees for engineering students at ParisTech fall into two groups :
Students taking engineering courses at Telecom ParisTech under an agreement with their home university are often exempt from the requirement to pay registration fees.
The vast majority of exchange students pay tuition fees to their home university and are exempt from the need to pay fees to Telecom ParisTech.
Gabriela Caracaleanu , incoming student coordinator
Telecom ParisTech offers excellence scholarships for engineering training to students with especially good academic records.
The Telecom Scholarship for Excellence Programme, managed by the Fondation Télécom, is designed to fund the most brilliant of our international students.
Scholarships can also be granted to excellent students whose profiles meet the requirements for Telecom ParisTech’s partner foundations or companies.
Île-de-France (Paris Region) offers individual financial assistance called the "Île-de-France Masters degree scholarship", with the aim of allowing international students to take a Masters degree in Paris or Île-de-France. This scholarship is available to students from the following countries: South Africa, Armenia, Algeria, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Hungary, India, Lebanon, Libya, Turkey, Madagascar, Mali, Morocco, Mauritania, Senegal, Tunisia and Vietnam.
Students cannot submit direct applications for this programme. Telecom ParisTech selects applications and submits these to the Île-de-France Regional Council.
The Eiffel scholarship programme is a tool developed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development to enable French higher education institutions to attract the best international students to degree courses at Masters and doctoral level.
Students cannot submit direct applications for this programme. Telecom ParisTech selects applications and submits these to Campus France.
The Campus France Agency is a public institution which was established to promote higher education and to assist students on their arrival, and to manage international mobility for students, researchers, experts and guests.
Find out about the scholarship programmes you can access by contacting the Campus France space in your home country or by using the Campus France search engine.
You are most welcome to look at the French Embassy’s website for your home country, to find out if the French government offers any specific scholarships for your country.
In addition, scholarships are sometimes available from your university or institutions and foundations in your home country.
European students who are on an exchange or taking a "Diplôme d'Ingénieur" (MSc in Engineering) at Telecom ParisTech can receive Erasmus + scholarships from their home university.
Telecom ParisTech does not award scholarships to students on non-degree exchanges at the School.