The top 200 Spanish high school students will compete in the final of the XVII Europa Santander Scholarships

Meeting with SS.MM D. Felipe and Dña. Leticia

To achieve these goals, the 50 contestants, to be announced in June, will enjoy a 20-day journey to learn about the world of universities in Europe. The tour will take place in July. During the itinerary, which has not yet been determined, scholarship holders will participate in meetings with leading professionals in their field, attend conferences and carry out recreational and training activities with authorities from the political, academic and research fields. Among them, a meeting with SS.MM. Felipe and Dunia, Letizia, Kings of Spain.

The 200 candidates will have the opportunity to participate in the School of University Leadership (ELU), a project that brings together high-performing students from more than 40 Spanish universities; Its goal is to form a network of talents and enhance their intellectual abilities.

The call for the 18th European Scholarships is now open. The date of registration and participation in the selection process ends on March 31, 2022.

Banco Santander, the leader in responsible banking, maintains its unwavering commitment to inclusive and sustainable progress and growth through a pioneering and unified commitment to education, entrepreneurship and employment, which it has developed through Santander Universities for over 25 years and sets it apart from the rest of the world’s financial entities. Since its launch, the bank has committed more than 2,100 million euros and has supported more than 790,000 students, professionals and entrepreneurship projects through agreements with nearly 1,000 universities and institutions in 15 countries.

The Francisco de Vitoria University, an institution with over 25 years committed to getting the best out of every student, currently has 33 degrees and 20 double degrees in various fields such as legal, economic and social sciences, biohealth sciences, educational sciences, engineering, architecture and communication sciences, with a common goal: Training people-centered professionals. Additionally, UFV is committed to innovation, universality, and the active engagement of all students and personal demands, with teachers with extensive academic and professional experience. It also has training programs with agreements in more than 7,600 companies.

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