Fundación Universia has launched 210 scholarships worth more than 200,000 euros to help students with disabilities

The second phase of her 16th call will be open until October 11.

It targets students with disabilities who are enrolled in Bachelor’s, Master’s, Ph.D., undergraduate degrees, vocational training, language courses, culture-related training, sports and dissent, and intermediate and higher-level training courses.

Banco Santander, Abbvie, Daimler, Indra, KPMG, Nestlé, Openbank, Pfizer, Repsol It is the companies that make this new launch possible and are collaborating on this program that advances a comprehensive university education.

Madrid, September 15, 2021 – Press release
Fundación Universia, which has the support of Banco Santander to develop its activities through Santander universities, has launched the second call for the 16th edition of its programUniversity Foundation Scholarships For students with disabilities with a portfolio of 210 scholarships for the 2021-2022 school year. In total, €210,000 to boost employment and improve access, academic progress and mobility for students with disabilities who have equal opportunities.

Banco Santander, Abbvie, Daimler, Indra, KPMG, Nestlé, Openbank, Pfizer and Repsol make this enterprise standardized program possible, which aims to be a driving force in the employability of diversity, inclusion and equity for people with disabilities.

Registration periods are open until October 11 on the Fundación Universia website. Spanish or foreign students residing in Spain, with a certificate of disability and enrolled in Bachelor’s, Master’s, Ph.D., university degrees, vocational training, language courses, training related to culture, sports, exhibitions and university training course can participate. The scholarship decision will be announced on December 20, 2021.

Since launching this scholarship program in 2007, Fundación Universia has invested €3,106,415, managed 5,564 applications, and resolved a total of 2,190 scholarships to enhance employment, access, advancement, and mobility for students with disabilities. Through this project, Fundación Universia collaborates to achieve Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 4: Inclusive Quality Education.

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