Benefit from the CROUS grant
Everything you need to know about the grants awarded on social grounds: when and how to apply? Am I eligible? What are the benefits? What are the criteria for receiving the grant?
Being a student at the Ecole Camondo (parts I and II of the 5-year course) entitles you to full student status in France: social security entitlement and eligibility for grants from the French state (agreement signed on November 22nd, 1990 for the entire 5-year program).
Who can apply?
- You are aged under 28 on September 1st of the academic year for which you are applying
- You are following a course of study at an academic institution that accepts grant-holders.
Based on your parents’ income, the number of siblings, and the geographical distance between the educational establishment and your home, you may be eligible for a grant awarded on social grounds.
To find out if you may be eligible, go to revenue cap for the university school year 2016-2017
The award and the amount of the CROUS grants depend mainly on your family situation and household income. Consult the grant simulator here.
The Crous helps students manage their material, social and cultural life and offers subsidized access to university canteens (a list of which is available on the CROUS’s website :
CROUS – 39, avenue Georges Bernanos – 75231 PARIS Cédex 05 – Tél : 01 43 29 12 43
Your student card, which you will receive on your first day of study at the Ecole Camondo, will serve as your CROUS card.
Scholarship holders based on social criteria can:
- be exempted from subscription to the student social security tax
- benefit from priority in being allotted a CROUS student accommodation
Get to know more about the terms and conditions of the CROUS scholarships on the student’s services and procedures webpage.