Senior Falcon Awarded Michel David-Weill Scholarship for Study at Sciences Po
Princeton University senior Eric Falcon has been awarded the 2015 Michel David-Weill Scholarship to pursue a master's degree in European affairs at Sciences Po in Paris.
The scholarship is awarded each year to one American student from applicants at 20 top U.S. universities based on literary and scholastic achievements, capacity for critical analysis, demonstrated history of leadership, and proven commitment to the community.
Falcon, who is majoring in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, said he is grateful for the $80,000 award, which will cover all tuition, living and traveling expenses during the two-year master's program at Sciences Po, a leading French university in human and social sciences.
"This experience will undoubtedly be an excellent starting point for what I hope to be a career serving on both sides of the Atlantic in the interest of improving and strengthening U.S.-European Union political, economic and strategic relations," Falcon said.
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