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FACC Foundation Serge Bellanger International Business Degree Scholarship Program
The French-American Chamber of Commerce Foundation (FACC Foundation) was launched in 2012 to sponsor the training and education of the next generation of transatlantic business leaders. Through its highly selective "Serge Bellanger French-American Business Scholarship Program," the FACC Foundation provides financial support to French students seeking to pursue an MBA in the U.S., and to American students who wish to pursue an MBA, a master's degree or a mast?¿re specialis?® in a business-related discipline in France.
Every year, the FACC Foundation provides multiple, merit-based scholarships. Each scholarship is worth $10,000 and exclusively covers academic tuition. To date, the FACC Foundation has awarded more than $750,000 in scholarships.
The Serge Bellanger Scholarships are intended to promote international "exchange". Therefore, applicants should be moving overseas, leaving France to study in the United States or vice-versa. A French national who completed elementary school or high school in the United States but completed their undergraduate degree in France is eligible for a scholarship to return to the U.S. for graduate school. A French national who attended a U.S. based university as part of their (French) undergraduate program would also be eligible. The reverse is true for American nationals. Awards are valid for MBA programs or a MS in finance or marketing in a business school. Those pursuing a law degree, even in an area such as business law, are not eligible.
More information is available on the FACC website: https://www.faccnyc.org/facc-foundation
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