Santo Domingo.- The Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology (MESCYT) presented scholarship certificates on Tuesday to a representation of 48 of the 97 meritorious students pursuing postgraduate programs at eight universities located in Italy, the UK, Australia, Germany and Canada.
At the event chaired by the Foundation’s President, Dr. Franklin García Fermin and Director of International Scholarships, Rosalia Pérez Novas, the outstanding students selected during the International Scholarship Call in 2021 received their credits to study their master’s degree at Universities della Calabria and Instituto Marangoni Italy; Wolverhampton, Portsmouth, Edinburgh Napier and Middlesex, London in UK, Torrens in Australia; Berlin College of Business and Innovation in Germany and Royal Roads University located in Canada.
Recipients will study a master’s degree in robotics and automation engineering. economy and trade; communications engineering; program and project management; Civil Engineering and Design Department. global project management; Public Health; medical technology; logistics and supply chain management; Advanced Materials Engineering, Renewable Energy, Global Governance and Sustainable Development; The direction of digital art, among others.
While delivering his speech, Minister Franklin García-Fermin highlighted the satisfaction with which he is paying to participate in the class of 48 students, representing 97 MESCYT scholarship recipients, who will have to join universities that will serve as scenarios for expanding their professional training and obtaining a second degree.
“I congratulate you, not only for having this opportunity to study at universities in Europe and Canada, but also for your enthusiasm and earnestness with which you take your studies, as the company will return to your country to contribute to its integral development,” the official reassured.
García Fermín also emphasized that scholarship recipients come from different sectors, counties, municipalities and county municipalities; Duarte, La Altagracia, Santiago, La Romana, San Pedro de Macoris, Santo Domingo and the National District.
Deputy Administrative and Financial Minister, José A. Cancel, Legal Director, Jose Guzman Boden, representatives from IES Swiss Education Group, Instituto Marangoni, NABA’s New Academy of Fine Arts, Ingrid de Herrera and Altagracia Pimentel, as well as a delegation from the LAE Dominican Republic component From Wendy Infante and Salvador Quesada.
International scholarship technologists, Noemi Calderon, Francisco Luciano, Randy Bautista, and Ricardo Peña also attended.