OAS launches scholarship program for university students | trends

The Organization of American States (OAS) has launched a scholarship program for young university students who wish to study a master’s degree in areas such as infrastructure, energy and architecture with Structuralia.

Those interested will have the option to apply for a 50% scholarship in any of the fields mentioned, including construction, management and new technologies.

According to the agency, they will have until next Wednesday, May 22, to apply through the website provided for this process. The young man’s good academic profile, merit and academic certificates will be assessed.

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“In addition, an attempt will be made to ensure an equitable geographical distribution of candidates, taking into account the most important needs of member states, according to the Human Development Index reported by the United Nations Development Program,” said the Organization of American States.

Master’s degrees cover the areas of energy, construction, infrastructure and engineering. They are taught in Spanish and online, with the exception of the Master’s Program in Project, Construction and Maintenance of High Voltage Infrastructures, which requires face-to-face exams in the capital of your country of residence or Madrid, Spain.

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Scholars will also have access to the largest library of IKLOX engineering content. The programs will last between 12 to 24 months, depending on the program of study.

Structuralia is a postgraduate training school specializing in infrastructure, engineering, energy and construction that was established in 2001. It has offices in Spain, Colombia, Mexico, Chile and Guatemala. Each year it trains thousands of professionals in 50 countries and provides specialized training to the largest engineering firms and construction companies internationally.

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