Local news have recently broadcasted a report on a press conference held this past Friday. We have translated it to English. The original report can be found on the link at the end of this post.
The Marbella International University Centre offers seven scholarships to the municipality’s youth who is younger than 24 prior to the beginning of the course, however, this year there is a chance two of these scholarships may be awarded to applicants who overpass that age limit as stated today at a press conference attended by the Mayor, José Bernal; the Councilor for Culture and Education, Gema Midón and the Marbella International University Centre Dean, Óscar Martínez. The Town Hall has opened the application period, which will close on the 24th of July.
Among the rest of the requirements to be eligible for these scholarships is to have been registered as a Marbella resident for a minimum of two years prior to the application period; to have completed Baccalaureate or equivalent, a higher level education cycle or to have passed the UNED exam; to pass MIUCs standard English proficiency exam and to have obtained a minimum average grade of 7,5.
The basis will be published on the Town Hall’s website as well as on the Culture Delegation social media channels; The Committee (two MIUC representatives, two Town Hall representatives and an Education Community representative) will be in charge of awarding the scholarships.
In this way, seven municipality youths will be able to undertake undergraduate studies at this international university, in the areas of Media and Journalism, Marketing and Advertising: Communications and PR, International Relations and International Business.
This is a translation of the original report that can be found here.