The Campus France website lists different scholarships.
Scholarship applications are usually individual. For students from Brazil, Argentina and Mexico, check with your international office about FITEC support.
Chimie ParisTech is in the process of setting up Eiffel scholarship applications for students admitted to a dual-degree.
Living in Paris
Students coming for a dual-degree have the option to stay in a CROUS residence. Chimie ParisTech has a framework agreement via PSL University. During the admission procedure, the International Relations Department will confirm with students whether they wish to take advantage of it. Rents are around €430 per month for a furnished studio. The Jourdan residence is located at 144/168 rue de la Tombe Issoire, 75014 Paris
For students in an exchange program, the Cité Internationale is a place located in the south of Paris dedicated to welcoming international students. Close to the school, its buildings are divided by countries and nationalities. The monthly rent for a room is between €400 and €550.
PSL University has a dedicated office to help students. Their website lists validated housing offers. You must create a login to access the portal; access to offers is possible once the request has been accepted.
Living in Paris: the PSL Welcome Desk
Organized by a multilingual team, PSL’s Welcome Desk offers a series of activities and interesting events throughout the year. Cultural visits, touristic sightrunning, etc. These events are an opportunity to meet other PSL students, improve your French, discover many of Paris’ neighborhoods and give a boost to your international student life. The Welcome Desk can also help you get your visa.