Call for student projects

from January 4, 2021 to December 31, 2021

CBH graduate school launches its call for student projects 2021 !

To boost campus life, Chemistry Biology and Health Graduate School supports Master’s and PhD students initiatives, be they festive, humanitarian, cultural, sports, scientific, etc.

For instance: scientific challenges (such as iGEM competition), cultural or sporting challenges, associative projects, organization of business meetings, bachelor / master’s degree / PhD links, international educational projects, outreach activities, organization of conferences or hackathons...


Student or group of students who submit a project must belong to the CBH Graduate School Master’s degrees and Doctoral schools but the project can bring together students from different fields, local actors, NGO start-ups, associations...

Cross-disciplinary projects involving students from different master’s degrees will be preferred.

How to apply ?

Please fill in the following template and send the document back to

Projects will be reviewed all year long by members of CBH Public relations committee and an oral presentation may be asked. Budget must be detailed with different type of costs (small equipment, travel, communication…) and other possible sources of funding indicated. The grant amount will be between 500 € and 5 000 €.


Funded project leaders commit to :

· Present the review of the outcomes and financial balance of the project within two months of its completion by mentioning the positive and negative points after implementation.
· Present all the supporting documents for expenses (invoices, contracts, agreements, etc.) made for the project of a cumulative minimum amount equal to the grant awarded.
· Inform of any changes or difficulties encountered in the implementation of the project.
· Pay his or her reimbursement if the amount obtained is not spent.
· Post a feedback of experience on CBH Graduate School website or social networks.

All projects funded must use the Marianne Projet d'Investissement d'Avenir and CBH Graduate School logos for their communication and mention in their reports that this project was supported by the french National Research Agency under the "Investissements d'avenir" program, referenced ANR-17-EURE-0003.

Payment terms

An advance of 80% of the amount of the grant awarded will be paid as soon as the acceptance of the project. The remaining amount will be allocated upon presentation of an invoice with all the corresponding expenses receipts.

Published on February 4, 2021