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Royal Academy of Music renews ties with banking giant Santander (Disponible solo en inglés)

  • The Bank has extended for second time the original agreement signed in 2008.
  • Many international students have been able to study at the Academy thanks to the support from the Bank.

London, 05 February 2015. The Royal Academy of Music has renewed the existing collaboration agreement with Santander, through Santander Universities.

Santander Universities is to provide funding for scholarships and awards for a total value of £ 45,000 over the next 3 years.

The agreement was signed by Principal Jonathan Freeman-Attwood and Simon Bray, Managing Director Santander Universities UK, at a ceremony attended by members of the University and the bank.

The three year agreement includes scholarships and awards for students from countries where Santander Universities is present to study in the Academy and scholarships for students from the Royal Academy of Music to have Access to Performance Grants.

Simon Bray said: “This partnership will enhance the international appeal the Royal Academy of Music. Already many international students apply every year to study at such a prestigious institution. With this agreement we hope to help those talented students who deserve to study here but would not be able to without this financial support.”

About Santander Universities
Santander, through Santander Universities has collaborated with universities for more than 17 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.

Santander Universities maintains a stable alliance with close to 1,200 academic institutions in 20 countries. This is a network where universities from all over the world can meet and engage in dialogue. More information: www.santander.com/universities

Santander Universities was introduced in the UK in 2007 and the bank is already collaborating with 77 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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Royal Academic of Music

Simon Bray, Managing Director Santander Universities UK, and the vice-chancellor Jonathan Freeman-Attwood.

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