TBS Eiffel Scholarship Awardees
A scholarship designed to reward excellence
The Eiffel Excellence Scholarship Program was established by the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs to enable French higher education institutions to attract top foreign students to enroll in their masters and PhD programs.
This merit-based scholarship consists of a monthly allowance of more than 1,000€. In addition, several benefits are provided: round-trip international air travel between the awardee’s home country and France, train ticket from the airport to your future apartment, refund of the supplemental health insurance (“mutuelle”), some cultural activities…
Applications are open from October to December each year for the following September intake.
A real honor for laureates: 2021
With over 1,500 applicants and a handful of scholarships, holding the title of an Eiffel Excellence Scholarship is a true honor and attest to the high academic performance of the individual. At present, 350 grants are awarded annually for master-level students. There are 157 nominating institutions, of which 68% are Grandes Écoles such as TBS Education.
This year TBS Education will welcome a new laureate to the TBS community: An Le Thi Hoang from Vietnam. The International Relations Departments and all of TBS warmly welcomes you.
An Le Thi Hoang will follow the MSc Marketing Management and Communication.
Meet our previous awardees
You will find below information and testimonies from our previous winners. We are immensly proud to have welcomed such a diverse group of excellent students coming from all over the world (China, Colombia, Brazil, India, Mexico, Turkey…) and to have contributed to the sucess of their experience at TBS.
Anup KARUR – India
Intern in Purchasing and SRM at Henkel (2020)
“It was a great opportunity for me […], I was very pleased with the way the program was conducted and I definitely learned a lot. I was also very happy to be part of the TBS family. “
Cesar VALERO DIAZ – Mexico
Intern in Management Control EMEA at BioMérieux (2020)
“This programme has contributed greatly to my personal growth by opening the door to coming to Europe and meeting amazing people from myriad cultures and backgrounds. […]
I am extremely grateful to the school for agreeing to nominate me as an Eiffel scholar and to Campus France for granting me the generous scholarship, as it made it possible for me to pursue this dream.”
Karla Janet RODRIGUEZ CORONA – Mexico
Demand Planner & Continuous Improvement Intern
Current Position: International Supply Planner at l’Oréal
Maria Alejandra BAUTISTA COELLO – Colombia
Current Position: Wholesale Representative Europe & Latam at Karl Lagerfeld
Maria ESPERIDIAO DE SOUZA SANTOS – Brazil
Yezi LI – China
Brand Marketing Intern at British American Tobacco (2019)
Current Position: Marketing Data Analyst at BlaBlaCar
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