Scholarships for the 2022-2023 academic year have increased this edition by 100 compared to last year, incorporating 20 new graduate programs.
The Carolina Foundation, dedicated to strengthening cultural relations and educational cooperation between Spain and Latin America, has launched a call for 594 postgraduate and doctoral scholarships for Ibero-American students to complete their training at Spanish universities and study centers. (You can read: “Latin America is far from achieving its 2030 education goals ″: UNESCO)
Scholarships for the 2022-2023 academic year increased this edition by 100 percent over last year, incorporating 20 new graduate programs that encourage gender equality, health sciences, institutional strengthening and technological innovation, the foundation said today in a statement. (We recommend: “Access to Education in Colombia Is Unconditional on a Vaccination Card”: Mineducation)
In total, 236 postgraduate scholarships, 90 doctoral and short-stay postdoctoral scholarships, 27 faculty mobility scholarships and 121 institutional studies scholarships have been announced, to which 120 PhD scholarship renewals have been added.
They are all part of the “Scholarships for Spanish Cooperation” program made up of the Fundación Carolina scholarship and the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (Aecid), bringing their design in line with the Sustainable Development Goals and Agenda 2030.
According to the line outlined by the agenda, this version of the scholarship focuses specifically on areas such as urban sustainability, food security, mental health, or gender studies, and details the statement. (You can read: These are some of the universities that will also enter the classroom face-to-face at 100%)
The call for scholarships for postgraduate and institutional studies will remain open until March 15, while doctoral programs, short stays, and teacher mobility are open until April 7.
Candidates can find all information regarding scholarships on the website www.fundacioncarolina.es, where applications are processed.
The Carolina Foundation has provided scholarships and opportunities to students from all over Iberian America since its inception in 2000, favoring scientific progress, institutional strengthening, and social and educational equality.
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