“On January 25th 2011, at 12.30pm, the Résidence de France (13-15 Biserica Amzei street) hosted the signing of partnership agreements between French companies (Orange Romania, Thales, BRD Asigurari de Viata, the Gide Loyrette Nouel law firm, Pentalog Romania, Lafarge Romania, Automobile Dacia and Colas Drumuri) and the French Embassy, which have thus chosen to become associates in order to enable Romanian students and young company managers to benefit from a scholarship co-financed by the Embassy and the above-mentioned companies, beginning with the next university year. Scholarship owners will attend a master’s programme in France which will include a six-month internship in a French company and, in the end, they will be recruited in Romania by the company which sponsored them, in a position of responsibility.Several calls for application are currently posted on the website of the French Embassy at this link.This action illustrates the shared will of the French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs and French companies in Romania to promote excellence and occupational integration for young talents.After the signing ceremony which took place in the presence of Mr. Henri Paul, French Ambassador in Romania, and all directors of the partner companies, a press conference was organized at the Résidence.”(You can view photos and listen to the Ambassador’s speech in French by following this link.)The beautiful story continues, despite occasional setbacks. Long live Romania, long live France!
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