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Swiss flag Consulate-General of Switzerland in Libreville

AddressImmeuble Hollando
Boulevard du bord de mer
Entrée portique arrière, 2ème étage
Libreville
Gabon
Phonelocal: (01) 765.354
international: +241.1.765.354
Faxlocal: (01) 747.593
international: +241.1.747.593
Emailbcaillot@inet.ga

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AROUGOGNOUMA Claude
Fri, 27 Oct 2017 16:11 EDT
Application for a scholarship
His Excellency the Ambassador of Switzerland,

I come very respectfully to your kindness, apply for a scholarship for Switzerland.

Indeed, I am in the class of final series Scientifique to the account of the academic year 2017-2018. I am 20 years old and wish to pursue my higher studies at a Swiss university because for me, Switzerland is a welcoming country, serious about the quality of the training it gives to the young managers of tomorrow. In order to be a masterpiece, an indispensable element for the progress of my country, I would like to benefit from your training on the psychological and intellectual level.

Rigorous and determined, I will be delighted to be one of the lucky beneficiaries of this training program. I thank you very much for your attention to this scholarship application.

In anticipation of your reply, please accept, Mr. Ambassador, the expression of my deepest respect.

Mail: Boraclaude2@gmail.com

Tel: 04 85 35 33

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