The European University and the Organization of American States launch a scholarship program for postgraduate studies

Under the agreement, both institutions have launched a scholarship program that includes online, face-to-face and blended master’s degrees.

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The European University and the Organization of American States (OAS), through the Alliances Program for Education and Training (PAEC), have signed a cooperation agreement to support students from the American continent in pursuing their higher studies. Under the agreement, both institutions launched a Scholarship Program Which include online, face-to-face and blended master’s degrees in all areas of knowledge, from engineering to health sciences. The program will benefit 150 students with citizenship and/or residency in OAS member countries.

The scholarship application responds to the firm commitment of European University and the Organization of American States with the countries of the American continent. The scholarships are a great opportunity for students from North, Central and South America and the Caribbean to make the most of an innovative academic model based on experiential learning that combines the best of human knowledge and talent with the latest technology.

in this way, serge bald, The Vice-Chancellor of Institutional Relations and University Life at the European University emphasized that “signing this agreement represents another step for our university with its firm commitment to internationalization and offering a global educational experience to the countries of the American continent that has already proven to be a great success experience in Europe. American states is not only a source of pride, but it also ensures that we will truly achieve the goal of promoting talent in the region.”

OAS, by Alliance Program (PAEC), seeks to work with associations and universities interested in promoting the internationalization of higher education, and to welcome and support international students in their efforts to develop their training. “The pandemic has shown the importance of working with partners who offer programs with new and much needed skills. We are looking for institutions that offer greater flexibility in their programmes, scholarships and financial assistance, which is why we are very pleased that Universidad Europea has joined this important initiative, becoming a strategic ally of our organization,” said Yadira Soto, Head of Scholarships Department of the Organization of American States.

The first call opened on March 11 and is offering scholarships for 12-month postgraduate programs. Requests can be made Until April 7 The selected books will be published in the third week of April. The partial scholarship program will cover 50% of the value of studies.

The scholarship evaluation process will take into account the applicants’ academic and professional merit, as well as geographic location and gender parity to allocate scholarships to the most outstanding students in the region.

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