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Highest recognition for Santander Universities UK

11 September 2012. Santander has recently been admitted to the prestigious College of Benefactors of the University of Nottingham. Since 2008 the Bank has supported the University through its Santander Universities global division.

Luis Juste, director Santander Universities UK, received the honour from the Vice-Chancellor of the University Professor David Greenaway.

Other members of Santander, including the team of the Santander branch on campus, attended the event.

The University of Nottingham created the College of Benefactors in 1998 to pay public recognition to the University’s greatest supporters during the Golden Jubilee Campaign.

With over 25 members the College was created in 1998. Since then donors have funded a cumulative lifetime amount of over £250,000.

Membership to this distinguished group is reserved for individuals and corporate bodies who have provided special support to the University and Santander received it on the grounds of their contribution to scholarships and outreach.

Luis Juste said: “It is a real privilege for Santander Universities to become part of this select group. The unparalleled commitment of the bank with higher education has been recognised by the University of Nottingham and we are extremely grateful for this accolade.”

Through its Santander Universities Global Division, Santander has collaborated with universities for more than 15 years on a unique global initiative which distinguishes it from other national and international banks and financial institutions. The bank supports the Higher Education sector in such areas as teaching and research, international cooperation, knowledge and technology transfer, entrepreneurial initiatives, student mobility and innovation. More information: www.santander.com/universities

This is a network where universities from all over the world can meet and engage in dialogue. ‘Santander Universities’ was introduced in the UK in 2007 and the bank is already collaborating with fifty-seven British Universities and Higher Education Institutions, with agreements focused in promoting international exchange, entrepreneurial activities and the mobility of students and researchers within the network.

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University of Nottingham recognized the commitment of Santander with higher education

The Santander UK team with Vice-Chancellor professor David Greenaway.

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