Scholarships from the Central School of Nantes

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Applications for scholarships from the Central School of Nantes are open for the academic year 2022-2023.

Centrale Nantes, also known as Central School of Nantes, is a public education and research institution that is part of the Central School of Nantese. The campus is located in the center of Nantes, a historic city on the banks of the Loire in the former province of Brittany, two hours by train from Paris. Centrale Nantes has more than 2,000 students, of which approximately 30% are international students.

Centrale Nantes Elite scholarships are awarded to the best non-European students accepted in the 1st year of a Master’s degree. Applications must be completed and submitted on the application platform by February 28, 2021.


  • DEADLINE: February 28, 2022.
  • LEVEL: Masters
  • FUNDING: €3,000
  • TARGET GROUP: All nationalities except E.U.
  • Country: France.
  • ESTABLISHMENT: Centrale Nantes.

The amount of the Centrale Nantes scholarships is set at €3,000 for two years.


To be considered for the scholarship, the applicant must be:

  • Non-European student.
  • Holder of a bachelor’s degree or equivalent, in a field related to science and technology.
  • A diploma obtained before the end of August..
  • Have a good level in mathematics and be fluent in English – written and spoken.
  • A candidate whose mother tongue is not English is required to provide a recognized international test of English: Minimum level B2.

Significant experience acquired during internships or research projects.

  • Master 1: City and Urban Environments – Architecture, Atmospheres, Urbanity,
  • Master 1: City and Urban Environments – Atmosphere, Water and Environment,
  • Master 1: Civil Engineering – Materials and Structures in their Environment,
  • Master 1: Control and Robotics – Advanced Robotics,
  • Master 1: Control and Robotics – Control Systems,
  • Master 1: Control and Robotics – Embedded Real Time Systems,
  • Master 1: Control and Robotics – Signal and Image Processing,
  • Master 1: Industrial Engineering – Agile Factory Management,
  • Master 1: Industrial Engineering – Smart and Connected Enterprise,
  • Master 1: Marine Technology – Atlantic Master on Ship Operation and Naval Engineering,
  • Master 1: Marine Technology – Hydrodynamics for Ocean Engineering,
  • Master 1: Mechanical Engineering – Advanced Composite Engineering and Science,
  • Master 1: Mechanical Engineering – Advanced Manufacturing,
  • Master 1: Mechanical Engineering – Computational Mechanics,
  • Master 1: Mechanical Engineering – Energetics and Propulsion.

All programs are entirely taught in English with the exception of the Master: city and urban environments – architecture, atmospheres, urbanity. Some courses in this program are taught in French in the second semester of the first year (M1). A minimum B2 level in French is required for admission to M1 in this programme, rising to level C1 at the end of the first semester of the first year.

More details about the masters on this link.


Applications should be submitted as soon as possible, but before February 28, 2022. Applications are not considered “complete” until all required elements have been submitted. Only complete applications received before the deadline will be considered.


Applications are completely online and must be submitted on the eCandidat platform.

The application for a master’s degree is also considered as an application for a scholarship. If you are among the best non-European applicants, you are automatically accepted.

The Admissions Committee reviews applications and notifies each applicant of the outcome of their application.

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