Garrigues Study Center renews collaboration agreement with the Carolina Foundation
The Carolina Foundation doubles the grants offered to study at the Garrigues Study Center
(01/02/05)The Garrigues Study Center, the Carolina Foundation and the Euroamérica Foundation have just reached a collaboration agreement for the academic year 2005-2006. The Carolina Foundation will double the number of annual grants offered to study Masters programs at the Study Center. Specifically, the number of grants will rise from 8 to 15. The agreement was reached after the Study Center received an excellent evaluation in the quality controls performed by the Carolina Foundation at the institutions with which it collaborates.
The Carolina Foundation is an institution linked to the Ministry for Foreign Affairs and its purpose is to promote cultural relations and cooperation in educational and scientific fields between Spain and the rest of the world, particularly with countries in the Inter-American Community of Nations.
One of its principal activities is the award of grants, in collaboration with the Euroamérica Foundation, for Latin American students who wish to study postgraduate programs in Spain.