The GS-IntREE is a highly selective school (about 20 students per year). The selection is based on the quality of the academic background and on the motivation of the student.

Grants

Each year we offer IntREE-Master Welcome Boxes, for foreign students entering at the first year master program (up to 1500 €).

All laboratory internships or projects during the master program are paid-internships for all students supporting by the GS-IntREE (for a total of 2600 € min) or by hosting laboratories/companies. Outgoing grants may be also awarded to French student for international mobility.

Tuition fees for the University of Poitiers are 243 € for a year for European and non-European students (rates 2019-2020).

Calendar

The application dates to the GS-IntREE are:

Opening date : january 20, 2020

Deadline for GS-application: April 15, 2020 (for all students)

Late applications will be considered only if places are still available.

For International (non European) students

Campus France provides services to help you to prepare your educational mobility in France. You must register and submit an application via the Campus France portal in your country of residence.

For all students :

You must fill in the on-line form.

Pre requisite & requirements

The GS-IntREE is open to motivated French and International students holding a Bachelor of sciences.  The selection is based on a fair competitive process.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor of Science or equivalent;
  • proof of English and/or French proficiency;
  • motivation to pursue a Master of Science in Poitiers.

You need to submit

  • a EUROPASS-CV outlining your academic track and achievements;
  • a motivation letter
  • an official transcript of records from your home institution
  • reference letters (x2)
  • Language test (if any)
  • Copy passport or id card

International (non-EU) students from one of the 42 countries concerned by the Studying in France procedure, must additionally submit an application via the Campus France portal before the deadline (around mid February each year).

After acceptance to the Intree programme, non-EU students must immediately contact their local embassy to apply for a study visa in time to start their studies in September of the same year (typically it takes 3-4 months).

Selection process

Process of selection :

  • evaluation of the applications by the selection board
  • Pre-Acceptation/refusal will be sent to all candidates beginning of May
  • Final acceptation (on-line interview) :mid-May (with or without Welcome Box for foreign student)
  • Mid-May :an official letter of notification will be sent to the applicants

For applicants managed by Campus France office :we deliver only an educational acceptance. The applicants need to go through the whole Campus France procedure in parallel to get the administrative one.