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My friends and I are all poor… that’s why I’m reaching out… My intention is to come back to South Africa, and to make a difference here…— Khumo Mampuru
Paris-Sorbonne University recently accepted Khumo Mampuru – a mechanical engineering graduate – into its master’s in quantitative economics course.
The university is offering Mampuru a 50% scholarship, but he still needs about €12 000 to finance his first year.
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