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Un étudiant lesothan parle de ses études en France

07 August 2015 Community
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In May 2015, Ts’olo Lehata was awarded a French Government scholarship to pursue his Master’s in France.

 

 

Ts’olo Lehata, a graduate from the University of Botswana, will be studying at the University of Paris I/ Panthéon-Sorbonne towards a Masters in Economics (PSME).

The PSME is a very competitive programme designed for international students who wish to complete a 1st year of graduate studies in English. Intensive French courses are offered to prepare students for the 2nd year of a specialized Master’s programme in French.
Specializations in the second year include specialized ETE, Globalization and Bank and Finance.

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

Hear what he has to say

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 ->http://www.ambafrance-rsa.org/Departure-of-the-French-Government-scholarship-holders-2015] 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 Masters starting in September 2016).




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