A researcher at the University of Navarra Formula Santander receives a scholarship of international mobility.
The Pamplona Dulce Redin, a researcher at the Faculty of Economics and Business at the University of Navarra, has received a Fellowship International Mobility Formula Santander to carry out a stay of several months at Columbia University in New York.
The Formula 1 racer Fernando Alonso and the president of Banco Santander, Emilio Botin, were commissioned to deliver the awards. "Banco Santander for 12 years, ffxiv gil, maintained a clear and strong commitment to university education, because we firmly believe is the best investment for the future that we can do," said Emilio Botin during the event.
The Santander Formula Grants program, which is awarded to 300 universities of Spain, United Kingdom and Brazil, can enjoy a Fellowship International Mobility and Exchange in one of the 833 universities, aion kinah for sale, with which the bank, through its Global Division Santander Universities, collaborative agreements.
These grants have a salary of 5,000 euros which can be used to defray the costs of tuition, travel, subsistence and accommodation for a minimum duration of three months. Are part of the Santander Formula grant program, which presented Emilio Botin in Bahrain,, sto credits, home to the first GP of the season, accompanied by Scuderia Ferrari drivers, Felipe Massa and Fernando Alonso and Vodafone McLaren Mercedes, Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton .