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HPE Integra Diversity scholarship programme for students with disabilities

16   March   2017

The aim of the programme is to provide young people with the training and professional experience needed to make an effective start in the labour market.

The aim of the programme is to provide young people with the training and professional experience needed to make an effective start in the labour market.

The Human Age Institute foundation and Hewlett Packard Enterprise have opened a call for applications for the HPE Integra scholarship programme 2017 which aims to foster the professional development of young university students with disabilities who are studying postgraduate or master's degree courses. 

The scholarships are for up to one year, divided into two six-month periods, and provide 560 euros net per month. HPE Integra Diversity includes initial training in skills and competencies, and certified continuous education in either English or office applications.

The theoretical part is run at the foundation's headquarters in Las Rozas, Madrid, and the practical part in the offices of Hewlett Packard Enterprise.

Main requirements

  • A certified disability of 33% or more.
  • At least B2-level English.
  • At least 50% of credits for the course currently being studied successfully completed.

Students interested can request more information by emailing becasintegra@humanageinstitute.org

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