Stipends for Ukrainian Academics
Université Paris-Saclay joins the association France Universités and other French and European universities in extending its support to Ukraine’s academic, scientific and student communities and their families during this tragic time. More than ever, our institution defends the fundamental values of peace and democracy, and strengthens its support to the freedom of people and ideas.
For further information about the support offered for Ukrainian academics by category, please follow the link below
The university, founded on democratic and humanist values, wishes to express its deep consternation and total disapproval of the Russian offensive in Ukraine. We wish to affirm our full solidarity with the Ukrainian people and our unconditional support to the academic and scientific communities affected by this armed conflict.
The University of Montpellier wishes to support Ukrainian scientists and their families by volunteering to host fellow researchers in danger through this programme.
For any request concerning the reception and integration of students and teachers-researchers related to the conflict in Ukraine (in particular to prepare a PAUSE support file), you are invited to contact the university via the email below.
Scholarships for Research Visits
The German Historical Institute Paris is awarding scholarships for a research visit to France and invites applications from postgraduate students (advanced master’s and doctoral) and postdoctoral researchers whose research projects are in the field of European, African or digital history. This offer is open to applicants from Ukraine who have a sufficiently good command of German, French or English to collaborate with colleagues from the German Historical Institute Paris. The scholarship is worth €2,500 per month for holders of a Doctor of Science (or equivalent), €2,000 for postdoctoral researchers, €1,500 for doctoral students and €1,200 for master’s students.
Through these scholarships, the German Historical Institute Paris is supporting research projects for which a stay in France would be beneficial. The part of France where the researcher will be based will depend on the specific requirements of the research project (the location of archives, libraries, and so on).
Scholarships will be awarded for a period of up to three months, at the end of which another application may be made for a further three months. For master’s students, scholarships are for a maximum of one to three months. Applications may be submitted at any time.
For further information and outline of scholarships available, please follow the link below.
Audencia Business School provides partial scholarships for master's studies (women only)
Available scholarships / discounts for tuition:
- Solidarity scholarship: students will receive up to 20% discount on tuition fees (available for all master's programs). Exemption from tuition fees up to 30% for the Master of Management.
- Academic or Sports Excellence: students will receive a 50% exemption from tuition for one year.
- Women in Engineering and Science Scholarship: up to 60% discount on tuition fees. Master's students in engineering and management can take advantage of this opportunity.
- Project-based scholarship: 50% discount on tuition fees for full-time MBA students.
For further information, eligibility criteria and application directives please follow the third-party website below.
The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) internship program is designed to attract highly qualified and motivated students to the Organization with a variety of experience working on projects related to the Secretary-General's Strategic Areas.
Deadline: September 1
Paris, France 2022 (contract from 1 to 12 months)
⁃ for students with high academic performance
⁃ knowledge of English / French
⁃ interest in the topic of the internship
Funding: scholarship for living 700 € per month
For further information, list of vacancies and application directives, please follow the link below.
Residencies for Ukrainian Writers, Journalists and Creative Artists
The Harriman Institute, the Institute for Ideas and Imagination, and Global Centers | Paris, announce that three 12-month residencies for Ukrainian applicants will be offered for the year 2022-23: the Paul Klebnikov Residency is reserved for a journalist; the two Harriman Residencies are open to writers and others in the creative and visual arts.
Beginning in September, residency recipients will be based at the Institute for Ideas and Imagination at Reid Hall, Columbia University’s academic center in Paris, where they will be able to participate fully in the life of the Institute and the Center. They will benefit from a monthly stipend, a housing and travel allowance, an individual workspace, and administrative support.
A residential fellowship program bringing together scholars and creative artists, the Institute partners with Global Centers l Paris and Columbia’s academic programs to create rich cultural and intellectual offerings at Reid Hall.
Those interested in applying should send a copy of their CV and a 1-2 page project outline to Marie d’Origny, Associate Director, via the link below.
Refugee Student Opportunities
PSL University (Paris) offers special funding to host Ukrainian students (or refugee students in distress from other countries). As a first step 53 students will be able to benefit from the fund.
Please email the front desk at the university, to find out more information, by copying the link below.
Collège de France
Scientist and Artist Placements under PAUSE programme
PAUSE: National Program for the Urgent Aid and Reception of Scientists in Exile.
Initiated by the French government with the support of civil society and economic players, the mission of PAUSE is to accommodate and protect researchers from countries in which the political situation places their work and their families in danger.
For displaced scientists and artists applying under the PAUSE programme, follow the link below to inform yourself on application details and find the application forms.
Institut Pasteur (Paris)
If you are a Ukrainian scientist – a PhD student, principal investigator, etc. – and are looking for an organization where you will be able to pursue your research, the Institut Pasteur in Paris would be happy to welcome you.
More than 60 laboratories on our campus have volunteered to host you so that you can continue to use your experience and skills to serve the biomedical research community by contributing to the research conducted in your host laboratory.
You would have to make direct contact with the head of a host laboratory to discuss potential avenues for collaboration. For lists and contacts, follow the link below.