Santander Internship Scholarships in SMEs
University students in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Spain, UK, Portugal, Puerto Rico and Uruguay will be able to complement their training and take their first steps into the job market with one of these grants, which last for three or six months. Portugal will award 500 grants each year with a total value of €1,650 euros and an investment of €2.5 million euros in 3 years.
Ibero-American Grants for Degree Course Students
This program will grant up to 15,000 international mobility grants, each for 3,000 euros. The main aim of this programme is to contribute to the development of the´Ibero-American Centre of Knowledge´ through university student exchanges. Grants may be applied for by students from Argentina, Brazil, Spain, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Portugal, Puerto Rico and Uruguay.
Ibero-American Young Teachers' and Researchers' Grants
This programme will award a total of 3,000 grants with an endowment of €5,000 each. These grants cover academic visits of at least two months to one of the participating universities from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Spain, Mexico, Portugal, Puerto Rico and Uruguay. Scientists and academics who are preferably younger than 35 and hold a current employment contract during the period of validity of the grant may apply for this support.
Portuguese-Brazilian Santander Grants
This grants for students at Brazilian and Portuguese universities enables 165 Portuguese students to participate in an exchange programme with Brazilian universities for one semester, and 175 Brazilian students to attend Portuguese universities for a similar period. More than 40 universities participate in this program.
Oporto University Grants
The bank and the university promote the international mobility of students. Since 2007, more than 700 students have benefited from these grants, which amount to an annual total of 90,000 euros.
Coimbra University Grants
This program of national and international mobility grants so that Portuguese students can carry out studies at another academic institution in the country or abroad. Every year over 20 students receive such assistance thanks to the collaboration between these two institutions that has been taking place since 2003.