The French Government in partnership with the Afghan Ministry of Higher Education is offering scholarships under the Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation signed between them. These scholarships are offered to the best Afghan students and young professional for pursuing master’s and doctoral degree. French government scholarships are offered in agriculture, health, law, geology, archaeology and civil engineering disciplines. For applying to these scholarships, applicants have to submit the application forms with the required documents at their desk information at the French Institute of Afghanistan by January 31, 2013.
Study Subject(s): This scholarship is offered mainly in the field of agriculture, health, law, geology, archaeology and civil engineering.
Course Level: This scholarship is available for pursuing master and doctoral program.
Scholarship Provider: French government in partnership with the Afghan Ministry of Higher Education
Scholarship can be taken at: France
Eligibility: -Student in last year of cycle,
-Holding a B.A.,
-English speaker, having a level in English attested by : TOEFL (457) or IELTS (5,5) for studies in the field of Sciences and TOEFL (560) or IELTS (6,5) for studies in the field of Social Sciences.
Scholarship Open for International Students: Afghan students can apply for this scholarship.
Scholarship Description: Under the Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation signed between France and Afghanistan on January 27, 2012, the French government in partnership with the Afghan Ministry of Higher Education, offers top students scholarships for pursing master’s and doctoral, primarily in the areas of geology, agriculture, law, public administration, health and archaeology as a project to define our scholarship office in Kabul.
How to Apply: Filled and completed with the required documents, applications should be submitted at the desk information at the French Institute of Afghanistan.
Scholarship Application Deadline: Application form should be filled and completed with the required documents and should be submitted by January 31, 2013.