Application material

  1. A CV no longer than two pages detailing your academic and professional experience
  2. An academic essay no longer than 750 words. The choice of formatting and content are left to the candidate, but the essay must underline his or her reasons for wanting to study in France and how this experience and degree will benefit Philippine academia.
    • NB: Essays exceeding the word limit will be discarded along with the application. Be advised that we ask for an academic essay, not a cover or motivation letter.
  3. Certified true copy of academic transcripts
  4. Letters of acceptance, or proof of application, to graduate degree-awarding programs, issued by the French higher education institution (HEI)
  5. CHED-issued re-entry action plan

* OptionalLetters of acceptance, or acknowledgments of application, to other scholarship programs as long as these are not funded by the French government

* OptionalFrench proficiency test results (such as DELF) or a letter from a French language instructor detailing your writing and speaking proficiency levels

 

NB: All documents must be in PDF format except for the essay, which must be submitted as a Word document. Additional documents (such as letters of recommendation) submitted without the Embassy requesting them, will not be accepted.

Please be advised that shortlisted candidates will be contacted to submit additional documents, such as medical certificates and NBI clearance.