USIL student was awarded a scholarship from a German university

USIL student was awarded a scholarship from a German university

Paula Negrón Bazalar, a student of the seventh semester of the International Relations Major, is one of the students who received the HFWU Scholarship from the Karlshochschule International University in Germany.

Thanks to the academic agreement between said institution and USIL, our student will have the opportunity to study an academic semester in the city of Karlsruhe.

For Paula, living this international experience implies taking on a great challenge that will strengthen her professional training.

“I know this is going to be very beneficial for me. I will take courses on sustainable development, strategic management and foreign policy. Definitely, they are subjects that will help me understand the various cultures that exist in the world.” said Paula Negrón, the student at the Faculty of Law.

Paula will interact with young people from other countries. “International Relations students who have been selected for the scholarship come from Africa, Asia and Latin America, for which I feel that I am going to enrich myself and have the ability to communicate with them respecting and learning from their ideologies,” she commented.

The HFWU Scholarship is a proposal from the Karlshochschule International University, which consists of granting those selected students during the exchange an economic benefit of seven hundred euros per month for accommodation and food expenses, among others.

USIL celebrates the achievement of Paula Negrón Bazalar and promotes the training of quality global professionals, capable of successfully performing in the national and international market.

If you want to know more about the international opportunities that USIL has for you, please contact or make your inquiries at the Direction of International Relations located on the second floor of Pavilion E of the Gran Almirante Miguel Grau campus.


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