Various financial aid are available to students. They relate primarily young people from low-income families who can receive scholarships based on social criteria or housing assistance. Self students, family break or wishing to study abroad can also obtain aid through specific devices.
These student scholarships are aimed at young people from low-income families. The amount of the grant awarded aligns with family incomes under a system of 9 levels rated from 0 to 7. The level 0 corresponds to an exemption from registration fees, step 7 maximum amount of the financial assistance to the student for families with the lowest incomes.
Note that, following the reform of 2014, Category 0 bis provides financial assistance to students who could not get before. Student applications on social criteria are by the constitution of a social student record (EHR), available online on the CROUS website (Regional Center for University and social work). This request must be made in the year preceding the academic year.
A student exchange can be combined with aid paid to merit scholarship students who obtained a reference very good at the baccalaureate.
The allocation to social housing (ALS) is the most common housing assistance. It is assigned to a housing receiving a minimum comfort and whose lease is the student's name. The personalized housing benefit (APL) is it, paid to the tenant of a regulated accommodation.
Both financial aid is granted by CAF on social criteria, and may not be combined with family benefits paid to parents. Thus, a student beneficiary of housing assistance is considered separate from the tax home of his parents.
For scholarship students wishing to study or do an internship abroad, support for international mobility may be granted in addition to scholarships. It is awarded and paid not by the CROUS but by the higher education institution to which the student is enrolled. The amount of aid is 400 euros a month, over a period ranging from 2 to 9 months.
Non-scholarship students will also receive financial assistance under the Erasmus + program. It is not intended to cover all costs on the spot, but to compensate for the difference in cost studies due to stay abroad. The amount varies according to the cost of living in the host countries.
Foreign institutions also grant scholarships to students from other countries, according to their own criteria (often related to educational and merit). This is particularly the case of universities and colleges in the United States and Canada.
Moreover, new aid was created in 2017 to grant students enrolling in a Master 1 in a region other than where they obtained their license.
The national fund for emergency aid (FNAU) can intervene with students facing serious difficulties (loss of income, family breakdown ...). This assistance is for those whose situation does not touch a scholarship, but who need occasional assistance (eg to pay the rent).
For students who would experience lasting difficulties, there are also annual funding, not combinable with scholarships. In all cases, emergency assistance is paid by the CROUS after examination of the situation.
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