French Embassy participates in ERASMUS and bilateral scholarships workshop
The French embassy was represented during the Centre for European Studies Sensitization workshop post-graduate scholarship opportunities at the University of Ghana
Joining delegations from the German, Hungarian, Spanish and Danish embassies as well as the European Union’s representation in Ghana, France was represented during the Centre for European Studies Sensitization workshop on post-graduate scholarship opportunities offered by the European ERASMUS scheme and bilateral scholarships provided by the various European embassies.
The well-attended event was held at the University of Ghana, Legon campus. Prof Gyampo, Director of the Centre, welcomed the invited guests and students to the conference and expressed pleasure for the continued support shown by the European embassies and the European Union for the programme. Dr Sonia Couprie, Technical Advisor for France-Ghana Higher Education Cooperation highlighted various funding opportunities for further studies in France provided by the French government including the Eiffel Scholarships and the "Make our Planet Great Again" Initiative.
Campus France later provided information to students in attendance about studying in France and invited them to visit its office located on the University of Ghana campus; the one stop source for all study in France matters. The ERASMUS Mundus Association presented funding opportunities provided by the European Union available for non-European students who wish to pursue further studies in Europe.