Candidates who need financial assistance should explore all sources of financial aid that may be available in their home country. During selection, priority will be given to candidates who are self-financed or sponsored by their organizations.
If you wish to apply for an external scholarship, please notify C-MAT well in advance. Please note that some scholarships have special requirements and longer application procedures.
Candidates should be aware that accommodation and living expenses can vary considerably depending on personal lifestyles. The average monthly budget for one student amounts to 680 euros (including accommodation, insurance and health care).
For the academic year 2020-2021, C-MAT will be awarding two grants. The students who will receive those grants will be eligible for a reduced program fee of € 7475. Please indicate your interest in the C-MAT grants when filling in the application form. The selection of students receiving the grants will be made in April 2020 according to the following criteria:
* quality and exhaustiveness of the application
* previous study results
* motivation of the student.
Partial scholarship from the Government of Flanders
A limited number of partial scholarships (reduction in tuition fee and a monthly grant) may be available from the Foreign Affairs office of the Government of Flanders to students from countries with which the Foreign Affairs office has a bilateral agreement. C-MAT obtained a limited number of these partial scholarships for academic year 2020-2021.
You should also bear in mind that partial scholarships are in great demand. The chances of being granted a partial scholarship are therefore slim.