Baikal explained the opportunities available to study PhD, master’s and languages

Asunción, IP Agency.- The national government has explained the opportunities offered by the Don Carlos Antonio López (Baikal) National Graduate Scholarship Program so that interested citizens can pursue postgraduate, masters and doctoral degrees at the best universities in the world. In addition to language courses in the country.

Within the framework of the symposium “The Pioneering Role of Youth at the University of Paraguay from the Ethics, Equity and Transparency (EET) Approach”, organized by the US Agency for International Development (Usaid), the Rutgers University of America, the National University of Asunción (UNA) and the Graduate Center for Ethics, Equity and Transparency (Ceseet) The General Coordinator of Becal, Andrea Picasso, explained the opportunities offered by the program and, at the same time, urged young people to set goals and not give up until they are achieved.

She spoke about her life story, as a college student, about her entry into the public service and her personal experience as a former fellow in the scholarship program and insisted that young people take advantage of the opportunities offered by the government to pursue their higher degrees. in the best universities in the world. He just indicated that calls using the self-management and aid method are open.

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Until Sunday, May 8, calls are available for masters, doctoral and postdoctoral scholarships abroad, as well as international degree mobility. Rules and conditions guides are available at this link: https://bit.ly/3IyxmQx

Similarly, with the Auxiliary Method, there are Masters and PhD Scholarships in Canada with the call closed on Saturday, April 30 https://bit.ly/3hsX3pN; For Mobility Class with the Paraguay-KS Commission as the call closes on Monday, April 18 https://bit.ly/3MebcVX And languages ​​in the country scheduled for Sunday, May 8 https://bit.ly/3HrIGNa

He noted that young people have the ability and capacity to be part of the driving force to lead the country towards Paraguay that we all dream of.

He said that when setting goals you should dream and exaggerate dreams, while remembering his dreams, because with his parents he set out to go far by studying and making effort. “My parents did not have the opportunity to finish high school. But we suggested as a family that I would overcome those barriers and reach much higher,” he commented and emphasized that more and more Paraguayan professionals are being trained in the best universities in the world.

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