Scholarships and funding
Within the framework of its policy on university cooperation, the Embassy of France supports the mobility of Australian students to France.
The Embassy of France in Australia supports student mobility from Australia to France through the Nicolas Baudin Program, named for the French explorer and botanist who in 1802, at the same time as Matthew Flinders, charted the coast of New Holland (Australia).
This selective program covers the cost of the Laureates return flights and social security for their program of study, research or internship in France. As recipients of a French government grant, the Laureates are also exempt from paying the associated visa fees.
Two streams of application through the program are available: through the specific “Internship in France” initiative or through the general program.
Support for student mobility through the Baudin program is part of a wider range of tools available to support partnerships between French and Australian universities. To view the available funding programs offered by the Embassy (university, science, linguistic, education) click here.
Within the framework of its policy to support the regional integration of the French Pacific territories, the Embassy of France in Australia supports the Professor Darrell Tryon Research Scholarship, which supports the mobility of doctorates between the University of New Caledonia and The Australian National University.
For more information about this program, click here.
The Embassy of France in Australia supports the implementation of short programs through summer or winter school formats co-organised by French and Australian higher education establishments, with an aim to unite students from the two countries through a common subject of interest.
For more information click here.
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Other opportunities for student mobility funding between Australia and France are available. To find out more, please visit the Grant search engine on the Campus France Australia website.