The France – South Africa Scholarship Programme is directed to South African students who intend to study in universities or higher education institutions in France for their Master’s degree or PhD.
The programme is also open to Lesothan students.
The current call for applications is open for students who intend to start their studies in France in September next year.
Applicants will be contacted individually as needed.
The list of the laureates and the waiting list will be announced according to the indicated timeline. Follow-up requests by applicants will not be answered.
Due to the differences between the Southern and Northern hemisphere calendars, laureates will follow a specific programme in South Africa from January to July (Annual).
This track will include online French courses organized by the network of the Alliances Françaises.
It may also include an internship in French Companies based in South Africa, depending on the opportunities and the profile of each laureate.
France Scholarships for South African Students - Eligible Fields
This call for applications is open to all fields of studies.
Type: Masters, PhD
France Scholarships for South African Students - Eligibility
To be eligible for the France – South Africa Scholarship Programme, applicants must be:
For Master’s degree, the scholarship will be granted for a duration between 10 and 22 months.
Master degree programmes are two years long.
In some specific cases (Bachelor degree with Honours, for example), students may consider applying directly to M2 (second-year of the Master Programme). Only the hosting higher education institution is responsible for the admission.
At the end of the first academic year, the Embassy of France will verify the success of the student to continue her/his studies in the second year of the Master’s programme.
The scholarship will only be granted for the periods spent in France.
France Scholarships for South African Students - Eligible Countries
To be Taken in: France
Value of Award: Two schemes are possible under the France South Africa Scholarship Programme:
A full scholarship by the Embassy of France.
All the other benefits of a full scholarship will still be provided by the Embassy of France.
This scheme can be proposed by the candidate during the application process or by the Advisory Board for some of the laureates.
France Scholarships for South African Students - How to Apply
Applicants are invited to read carefully the rulebook for the France – South Africa Scholarship Programme and the frequently asked questions.
Apply by 21st September.
For more information and application details, see; France Scholarships for South African Students
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