New edition of TALENT HELP scholarships to promote the employability of young graduates

Sep 26, 2011

Rewarding the talent of young graduates with excellent professional training is the objective of the third call for scholarship programme applications by Talent Help, which aims to facilitate access to specialise postgraduate training in the technology, architecture and engineering sector.

The UPC School of Professional & Executive Development presents the new edition of the Talent Help scholarship programme, the third of its kind, while introducing a specific aid scheme for young university graduates aged 30 or under who graduated less than 4 years ago. These aids aim to cover 50% of the registration fee and to facilitate access to postgraduate training courses for all graduates who despite a brilliant curriculum and excellent professional perspectives might be experiencing difficulties with regard to their professional career progress in a currently complex economic environment.

For the academic year 2011-2012, the UPC School has selected 16 training programmes including masters, postgraduate and ongoing training courses in subjects such as Architecture and Town Planning, Business Management, Engineering and Sustainability, and Information and Communication Technologies, which qualify for this scheme. Some of these programmes include the postgraduate course in Electric Vehicles and Other Propulsion Technologies, Lighting Design, and Innovation & Sustainable Industrial Construction.

All applications must be received by Monday 12 December 2011.