Scholarships

EMaVE Consortium scholarships


5 scholarships of 9000 euros*

For 2020 call, 5 grants are offered to the best ranked European and non-European applicants. Decisions are taken by the Admission Board with respect to the rules of the Consortium.

(* divided in 2 payments)

The allocation of the EMaVE scholarship is decided on the criteria of merit and has the condition of the commitment by the student to promote the programme by investing in “Vinifera community management”.

Batch 2011-2013 (M2): Anouk Lavoie-Lamoureux and David Natali (5,000 euros awarded)
Batch 2013-2015 (M1): Cristobal Abarzua (4,000 euros)
Batch 2015-2017 (M1): 6 scholarships were offered to the best ranking European applicants (4,000 euros)
Batch 2016-2018 (M1): 5 scholarships were offered to the best ranking European applicants (4,000 euros)
Batch 2017-2019 (M1) : 2 scholarships were offered to Lorenz Immerfall (8,000 euros) and Manuel Roldan Minguez (4,000 euros)
Batch 2018-2020 (M1): 2 scholarships were offered to Maximiliano Zeron (9,000 euros) and Bernd Mohrand (4,500 euros)

Batch 2019-2021 (M1): 7 scholarships were offered to Buican Bettina (9 000 euros), Montresor Lodovico (9000 euros), Cao Jian (9000 euros), Iatridou Angeliki (4500 euros), De Backer Klaas (3000 euros), Lespes Antoine (3000 euros), Tomasella Vedoya (3000 euros)

Professionals and sponsored students

Private companies or public institutions may send some of their staff to attend Vinifera courses as short professional training.

Or they may offer some grants to students under given conditions. Two places are reserved for these students each year.

In any case, such applicants have to apply through the same selection process as others. They will be evaluated according to the same criteria and ranked accordingly. Finally, they need to appear at least in a complementary list to be accepted

As a counterpart for this indirect support and contribution to sustainability of Vinifera EuroMaster, these companies / institutions will be recognised as “Vinifera Business sponsors“.

Moreover, if the institution is a French company a part of the fees (60%) can give the benefit of tax advantages: www.supagro.fr/fondation

National scholarships to study in France:

www.campusfrance.org/fr/autres-sources-de-financement

National scholarships to study in Portugal (M2):

National scholarships to study in Spain (M2)

www.upm.es/Estudiantes/BecasAyudasPremios