Santander Universities has launched Santander Impact, a global database which will showcase details of all the projects being led and supported by Santander Universities. It is open to the public and the information can be viewed through the website and app.
Santander is developing support programmes for the most disadvantaged communities and groups. In Brazil, Amazônia 2020 Programme, in which federal universities from the north of Brazil are supported as they promote their internationalisation, scientific research and foster their business ethos. And Río Community Programme, whose objective it is to support low income communities and offer opportunities for social inclusion.
Finanzas para Mortales is a financial education project, sponsored by the Santander Financial Institute (SANFI) through the UCEIF Foundation. It is intended to make economic and financial concepts more understandable to citizens through a wide range of resources ranging from training sessions to teaching and audio-visual materials, articles, one Wikifinances…
Through Santander Universities, the bank sponsors different cultural and academic activities at universities; initiatives run by the University of Valencia in its Botanical Garden; concerts given by Joven Orquesta at the University of Valladolid; the restoration of Luis Quintanilla frescoes at the University of Cantabria. Banco Santander supports WISE (World Innovation Summit for Education), a platform that gathers young talent from around the world.
Through New York Abu Dhabi the Bank has implemented the NUYAD-Santander Center for Peace and International Cooperation, which will coordinate efforts to seek peace between cultures through actions in the fields of public health, the environment...
Yale University promotes initiatives with its Art Gallery (YUAG). It supports the commemoration of the 500th anniversary of the Complutensian Polyglot Bible and the Geological Park of the University of Barcelona.
In Poland , Santander Art and Culture Law Review involves international team of lawyers which specialize in culture related legal issues. It´s a bi-annual international journal.
The first Innovation Centre in Social Sciences and Humanities was launched at the Universidad Nova de Lisboa. It aims to support students and researchers in the development of business ideas and the creation of science-based companies.
Santander is patron of Gregorio Peces-Barba Foundation, whose aim is to research, study, teach, promote and diffuse the principles and values for development and human rights. The banks supports Federico García Lorca Digital too, which brings together a wealth of documentation on Federico García Lorca on the Web.
Support is also given to the Corpus of the Spanish Language XXI Century (CORPRES XXI), which aims to bring together 300 million expressions and words that are commonly used in the language by its 450 million speakers.