Serge Bellanger French-American Business Scholarship Program
The Serge Bellanger Business Scholarship Program is the only funding initiative at the graduate level open equally to business students from France and the US that promotes student mobility between the two countries. It provides aspiring business leaders with invaluable learning experiences that will help expand their career opportunities, promote cross-cultural dialogue, and improve their foreign language skills. This program is named after Serge Bellanger, the former longtime president of the FACC and a leader in the French-American business community.
Every year, the FACC Foundation provides scholarships on a merit basis. Each scholarship is worth $10,000 and covers exclusively tuition fees. The FACC Foundation pays the scholarships directly to the universities attended by the scholars.
Award / Eligibility Details:
To qualify for a French-American Chamber of Commerce Foundation Serge Bellanger Scholarship, applicants must either be: a French national who has been accepted to an MBA program in the United States; or an American national who has been accepted (1) to an MBA program in a French grande école or grand établissement or (2) to a Master’s degree or a Mastère specialisé program in a business-related discipline in a French grande école or grand établissement. Links to lists of qualifying programs are available on the website.
Dual citizens are welcome to apply. Please note that French and American applicants must intend to pursue a career in the international business community.
Deadline: Mid-April each year
Academic Level: Graduate
Type/Purpose: Graduate School Funding
Field of Study: Business
Citizenship eligibility: US Citizen, US National
For more information: http://www.faccnyc.org/facc-foundation/