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France: SPP and NAFTA Scholarship

Companies SPP and Nafta are offering a scholarship for to study stayin France in the academic year 2008/2009, with the possibility to be offered a permanent job later.

Companies SPP and Nafta are offering a scholarship for to study stayin France in the academic year 2008/2009, with the possibility to be offered a permanent job later.

A number of selected applicants will be able to study at the Institut Francais du Pétrole (French Oil Institute) in cooperation with the prestigious Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Paris, with an aim to achieve a good level of education and later a managerial job. This programme is mainly meant for students of technical schools, in the last (fifth) year of studies, or those who have finished their studies in 2007.

The number of awarded scholarships depends on the profiles of applicants and the results of the selection procedure. Applicants are required to have an excellent knowledge of English, since the courses will be taught in English. Deadline for applications: February 1, 2008. Application forms to be sent to Mária Bronišová, Gaz de France, Partizánska 2, 811 03 BRATISLAVA, tel. +421 (0)2 58 69 29 40, e-mail maria.bronsiova@spp.sk.

Source: SAIA

Topic: Spectator College


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