Campus France is a public institution comprised of two bodies: local offices (in your country) and France offices (located across France).
The local offices promote French higher education, encourage student mobility and manage the alumni network. The offices in France welcome foreign students and researchers as they arrive, and manage scholarships on behalf of various funding organisations across the world (the French government, foreign governments, private business, etc).
In South Africa, there is only one Campus France office, located at the Embassy of France in Pretoria. We offer free, online advice and guidance for students who are interested in studying in France.
Every two weeks we offer live webinars with Q&A on Zoom so that you can learn about the different opportunities available in English and interact directly with institutions that are in France.
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