The Embassy of France in South Africa is offering scholarship opportunities to interested applicants who are willing to study for a degree program in any French Institution in France.
The French Embassy Masters and PhD scholarship programmes form part of the commitment between France and South Africa to establish fruitful partnerships between their universities while building a vast network of academic and professional contacts.
Eligibility: To be eligible for this program, applicants must:
hold at least a Bachelor’s degree.
As more and more Master programmes are taught in English, basic knowledge of French is desirable, but not required.
Number Of Awardees: 20
Value Of Scholarship: Tuition fees, the Schengen visa fees, a monthly stipend towards living expenses, health insurance and the flight tickets.
Duration of Scholarship: Students can either apply for the first year of a Master’s degree (M1) or, if they have an honours degree, the university may admit the student into the second year of a Master’s degree (M2) in order to complete their degree after one year. The duration of the grant is therefore one year, once renewable should a student originally admitted in M1 continue with the M2 programme.
Eligibility: The French Embassy of South Africa bursary programme is currently proposing grants for 2017 to facilitate international academic and scientific mobility for researchers towards French institutions of higher education.
Candidates must hold a Master’s degree or its equivalent.
It is however advised that students apply early in the year due to limited available funding
Value of Scholarship: The bursary includes visa expenses, round-trip flight tickets, social and medical insurance and a monthly stipend for living expenses.
Duration of Scholarship: 3 – 6 months per year, with an option of renewing it for the next 2 years.
How to Apply: For PhD’s application forms or more information concerning the bursaries, please contact CampusFrance South Africa at email@example.com.