Type of Funding
École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) is making available the Charles Rapin Grant to students from developing countries undertaking the Masters programmes at the university.
There are 24 Masters programmes at EPFL, in: Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environmental Sciences & Engineering, Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Energy Management & Sustainability, Materials Science & Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Microengineering, Robotics, Communication Systems, Computer Science, Data Science, Chemical Engineering & Biotechnology, Molecular & Biological Chemistry; Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Computational Science & Engineering, Physics, Applied Physics, Nuclear Engineering, Life Sciences Engineering, Financial Engineering, Management, Technology & Entrepreneurship, and Digital Humanities.
Applicants must be students from developing countries who have spent at least 1 year at EPFL and passed the exams with success. They have to submit their curriculum vitae including the financial situation of the family situation and a career plan.
Applications are to be submitted to EPFL’s student affairs department by 15 February 2019 or 15 May 2019.