French Embassy Masters Scholarship in France

Saint-Gobain and the French Embassy in South Africa invite graduates from South Africa and Basotho to apply for French Embassy Scholarship program in Business or engineering.

This highly competitive scholarship will fully fund two fellows for two years (first and second year of their Master’s degree) at a French institution of higher education.

After the return of fellows to South Africa, the Saint-Gobain branch in sub-Saharan Africa will offer their fellows a position in their company (provided they have successfully completed their master’s degree).

If this seems like the opportunity you have been looking for, check out the French Embassy Scholarship.

All You Need To Know About The Saint-Gobain Master Scholarship

Level/Field of Study

The French Embassy Scholarship is open to pursuing a Masters Degree Program in Business or Engineering.

Host Nationality

The Saint-Gobain Master Scholarship is hosted in France.

There are other France Scholarships available for international students.

You can utilize these scholarship opportunities to solve most of your academic problems. Check out other scholarships you can apply to study in EuropeAfricaAsiaAmerica, etc.

Eligible Nationality

The French Embassy Scholarship is open to students from South Africa and Basotho.

Read also if you wish to study outside your home country Simple and Detailed Answers about Applying and Winning a Scholarship.

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Aside from the French Embassy Scholarship, there are other scholarships available to international students to study abroad. You can check our scholarship by country to access all scholarships available.

Scholarship Worth

Saint-Gobain: at public French universities, round-trip airfare, monthly allowance (767 € / month) · French government: annual tuition fees (up to 3,770 €) in public universities, Schengen visa fees, social security, and complimentary insurance, The CROUS Accommodation Reservation support.

Eligibility For The Saint-Gobain Master Scholarship

 The scholarship focuses on students in Engineering and Business and more

broadly includes Finance, Supply Chain, Construction (Architectural) and
Marketing. Applicants will be shortlisted on the basis of the
following:

–        Phase 1: academic merit
–        Phase 2: a short video interview
–        Phase 3: psychometric assessment
–        Phase 4: top applicants will be selected for final interviews

The selection committee will consist of representatives of Saint-Gobain and the Embassy of France in South Africa.

How To Apply For The French Embassy Scholarship

Start identifying and applying to your French institutions now by using the Campus France search engine. Remember, you do not have to speak French to study in France – numerous Master’s programs taught in English are available at French higher education institutions.

To Apply

–  download the Master’s information sheet
–  download and fill out the Master’s scholarship application sheet (select the Saint-Gobain scholarship option)
– email complete applications to pretoria.bourses@campusfrance.org

Deadline For French Embassy Scholarship

The deadline for the application for the French Embassy Scholarship is 31 March 2022. After which further applications will not be considered.

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For more information and application for the French Embassy Scholarship. Click on the link below.

Official Link

French Embassy Scholarship-FAQs

How do I apply for university in France?

For some universities, you can apply directly on their website.
Carefully check entry requirements: standardized tests, such as the GRE, GMAT, or LSAT are required for admission to most of the undergraduate and graduate degree courses.

Is IELTS required for France?

At some Universities in France, if you are from an English Speaking Country, you are not required to appear for any English Language test such as IELTS.

Do French universities teach in English?

While some French universities offer individual courses in English on subjects like economics and business, no French schools allow you to do a complete academic program in English.

There aren’t enough English-language courses available, and at least some of the core classes are taught in French

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