Morocco provides new scholarships for South Sudanese students

View of Rabat, the capital of Morocco

By Ruot George

Morocco has provided a new scholarship for South Sudanese students.

The north African country will provide a fully paid learning program for at least 46 undergraduate students, a statement from its embassy in Nairobi said.

All the students taken up for the program will take French language courses from South Sudan before enrolling for the scholarship.

Four students who applied for masters’ program have been awarded for consideration for admission and the decision of their acceptance or rejection will be communicated to them through the Moroccan Agency for International Development cooperation, the embassy said.

The 46 under graduates include 18 females.

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