17 November 2012

Angola: INABE Advises Hiring Students in France

Paris — The director of the National Scholarships Institute (INABE), Jesus Joaquim Baptista, urged the French companies interested in investing in Angola to bet on the students who are currently attending higher education in France.

According to Jesus Baptista, apart from the language and cultural factors, another advantage is the fact of the students to benefit from a good education in some of the best universities.

Jesus Baptist said so in France where he attended a Business Forum sponsored by the National Agency of Private Investment (ANIP) and the Embassy of Angola in the European country.

The director announced that the National Institute of Scholarships controls 17 000 scholarship boarding students and three thousand in thirty countries of the world.

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