As part of the French government’s strategy to increase international student mobility to France and to maintain its position as a top host country of international students, it has introduced its “Bienvenue en France” policy which seeks to improve French higher education infrastructure for all students. In order to achieve this, the strategy will adopt a fee increase for international students (outside of the EU), while French universities as well as French embassies will be selecting students for exemption from differentiated fees.
Saint-Gobain (leading French manufacturing company) and the French Embassy in South Africa are co-funding a Master's scholarship for two students in Engineering and Business Administration, respectively. More details below.
Universities, South Africa
• Highlighting French-South African scientific and university cooperation • Launching a new innovation cooperation project in the wine sector • Promoting international student mobility to France
French South African Agriculture programme (F'SAGRI) - a fruitful collaboration to develop human capacity in the agricultural, food science sector.
Study in English at the University of Clermont Auvergne - Bachelors / Masters degrees available Apply for a Masters scholarship before 13 January 2019
Steffen FISCHER and Heidi LU visits Ecole Boule during their architecture studies to be completed at UJ
Studies, South Africa
ONLINE APPLICATIONS FOR ART, FASHION, DESIGN, MUSIC, ARCHITECTURE, 3D ANIMATION,… HIGHER SCHOOLS IN FRANCE

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