Twenty one Mozambican students from different parts of the country were selected for higher education in France, for the bachelor’s and master’s levels, as part of a program supported by French company Total Energies and the embassy of that country in Mozambique. Chayrnila Panguene, 18 years old, is a young Mozambican, born in Maputo, left mid-morning this Tuesday, bound for France, where, during three years, he will attend the Chemical Engineering course, with his eyes set on the abundance of hydrocarbons in Mozambique. She says that her father is the one who encouraged her to apply and, having succeeded, she looks forward to making a valuable contribution to the country. “It is an opportunity to work with the resources we have here, in Mozambique, as the case is included in the course of oil and gas, something interesting that I liked a lot.” With a degree in International Relations and Diplomacy, Adolfo Neves, aged 24, is also on a trip to France, to attend the Master’s Degree in Political Ideas in the Digital Age. “It is an opportunity to be able to fulfill the mission of being part of the group of catalysts for development in this country, in an era in which qualified human capital is needed”. The French company Total Energies and the French Embassy want this program to be sustainable, comprehensive and representative, supporting the participation of women.Leonardo Nhavoto, director of the Department of Local Content at Total Energies, discussed the training that Mozambicans will obtain in the Eiffel Tower country. “We are talking about students who will participate in training in Engineering, Management, Accounting, Biology, Law, Technologies, and we also seek to open the way so that we do not become compartmentalized in terms of knowledge”. In turn, Samuel Richard, charge of business at the French Embassy in Mozambique, speaks about benefits of this project for young people. “I can say here that this program will continue every year, between French companies and the French Government, with a view to improving the training of Mozambican students.” Of the 21 young people selected to benefit from scholarships, 11 traveled today, being which the other 10 should follow in due course. Source:O País

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