So....remember Masilo Mafube? He was awarded a French government scholarship by the Embassy of France in 2014 to pursue his Master studies in France and won the Nanted Chess cup in May 2015.

 

Well, he has successfully completed his Master of Science in International Management at Audencia School of Management in Nantes and graduated on the 28th of November 2015. This is what he had to say…

"On the 28th November 2015 I had the privilege of graduating and becoming one of the lifelong alumni members of Audencia School of Management, and also a member of France Alumni. A year ago I sent the Embassy of France in South Africa and Lesotho the picture of me in front of the school entrance and I now would like to send another picture a year later. 

I thank the Embassy of France in South Africa and Lesotho for having afforded me the opportunity to pursue my Masters studies in France, and by so doing helping me achieve one of my dreams. I did my best to excel in all I did in France and I will continue to strive for greatness. I had an unforgettable, fun and a truthfully learning experience in France. I am happy to see that the Embassy still continues to help fund more students to pursuing their studies in France.

 The embassy staff has been very helpful throughout and I thank them sincerely. The other scholarship holders have been a very helpful network and also the Campus France staff has been a handful.

 I am now back home in Lesotho after successfully completing my Master of Science in International Management. I am still reflecting on my French experience and already drafting my PhD applications with various universities in France for the academic year 2016. I look forward to the future and I remain thankful to the embassy for the opportunity I received to study in France"

The Embassy of France in South Africa and Lesotho together with Campus France would like to congratulate Masilo on his graduation! 

 The call for applications for the 2016/2017 Masters scholarship program will close on the 21st of March 2016.