This is just the beginning for Lebogang Moloisane, who landed in France on the 29th of August 2015. Lebo, a graduate from the University of the Witwatersrand, will be studying in INP Grenoble in their school of PHELMA (Physics, Applied Physics, Electronics and Materials Science) in the framework of the MANUEN Master’s Programme Materials for Nuclear Energy.

Lebogang has been awarded a full scholarship by the Embassy of France in South Africa, covering her tuition fees, her air tickets, a monthly living allowance, full medical insurance and the Schengen visa fees.

For the 2015-2016 academic year, the Embassy of France in South Africa awarded 23 Master scholarships in all fields of study. A briefing session for our new scholarship holders was held in July.

To find out more about the French Government scholarship programme, please visit http://www.ambafrance-rsa.org/-French-Embassy-scholarship-.

Our next call for applications will open in November 2015 (for the 2016/2017 academic year).