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Afghan students seeking higher education in France

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Afghan students seeking higher education in France

The Embassy of France in Kabul announced on Sunday that the French government will fund about 20 Afghan students to seek Master’s degree and PhD next year in France.

The scholarship program is part of France’s commitment to participating in the capacity-building of Afghanistan.

The finalists are selected through a long-term selection process that would last six months.

Since 1920, there has been continual cooperation between France and Afghanistan, even in Afghanistan’s darkest hours, when French NGOs continued to act in helping civilian populations. Since 2001, our ties have grown even stronger.

In terms of education, France supported French schools in Afghanistan, including Esteqlal high school for boys and Malalai high school for girls.



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