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Monday, April 29, 2024 at 13:17

The URJC and AUIP launch their scholarships to study master's degrees in Spain

The URJC and AUIP launch their scholarships to study master's degrees in Spain The URJC and AUIP launch their scholarships to study master's degrees in Spain

The Rey Juan Carlos University and the Ibero-American Postgraduate University Association (AUIP) offer a total of 13 scholarships to pursue master's degrees at the Madrid university

Raúl García Hémonnet/Editor

The scholarships that will be financed with this program will have an endowment of 5.100 euros each for the completion of official Master's degree studies at the URJC, aimed at students and graduates linked to Latin American institutions associated with the AUIP, who are interested in pursuing University Master's studies during the 2024-2025 academic year.

The main requirements to qualify for these scholarships are: to be in possession of a university degree issued by a Latin American university associated with the AUIP in an area of ​​knowledge related to the Master's degrees requested and not to have Spanish nationality or reside in Spain. In addition, you must have a degree that entitles you to access Master's studies in the issuing country and meet the particular access and admission requirements of each official Master's degree for which the scholarship is requested (consult the specific criteria on the website of each Master's Degree, in the 'Admission and enrollment' section indicated by the Rey Juan Carlos University).

Scholarships can be requested until May 10, 2024. The application can be made through the AUIP website, by clicking on this link.

The University Master's Degrees for which the scholarships of this call can be requested are those offered at the URJC for the 2024-2025 academic year, except for qualifying master's degrees, interuniversity master's degrees, master's degrees with differentiated prices and master's degrees They teach in virtual mode.

This program aims to promote and facilitate cooperation between the URJC between Ibero-American universities and Higher Education Institutions in postgraduate matters and facilitate access for American students to University Master's Degrees adapted to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA), in addition to promoting internationalization. of the URJC Master's Degrees, among other goals.