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Co-badging agreement

 

In order to facilitate the mobility of students between South Africa and France (for MSc students and PhD candidates), a co-badging scheme has been set up between UCT and two French universities.The first co-badging agreement (MoU) was signed in 2012 between UCT and UBO (Brest)., the second one was signed in 2014  between UCT and Univ. of Montpellier (UM). In 2012-2013, the scheme was funded by an IRD PEERS project (SAFCOMS) and by ICEMASA  and the French Embassy in Pretoria during the following years.

Among the ten students who applied to the co-badging program, there were four South African, two were Mauritian and four were French. Among the co-badged MSc students, five continued into a PhD on ICEMASA/Ma-Re themes: Ms Katherine Hutchinson and Ms Moagabo Roagasha (South Africa); Ms Daneeja Mawreen and Ms Pavanee Annawsawmy (Mauritius); Ms Sarah Asdar, France.

NameCitizenCursus at home universityHost universityYear awarded
Sarah ASDAR (Ms) France M2 Phys. Oceanography UBO/IUEM UCT 2013
Katherine HUTCHINSON (Ms) South Africa Applied Marine Sciences UCT UBO 2013
Adelaïde MISSAULT (Ms) France M2 Phys. Oceanography UBO/IUEM UCT 2014
Xavier PIVAN France M2 Phys. Oceanography UBO/IUEM UCT 2014
Daneeja MAWREEN (Ms) Mauritius Applied Marine Sciences UCT UBO 2014
Moagabo RAGOASHA (Ms) South Africa Ocean&Climate dynamics UCT UBO 2015
Paul JUBY South Africa Applied Marine Sciences UCT UBO 2015
Pavanee ANNASAWMY (MS) Mauritius Applied Marine Sciences UCT UM 2015
Charles CAULET France M2 Phys. Oceanography UBO/IUEM UCT 2015
Alice McGRATH (Ms) South Africa MSc by dissertation UCT UBO 2017



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