The European and Ibero-American Academy of Yuste Foundation offers 230 grants in order to cover the tuition fees as well as the accommodation and subsistence costs of those who wish to attend the international summer courses organised by the Foundation within its Yuste Campus programme, in collaboration with the University of Extremadura. The courses will be held during June, July and September 2018, at the Royal Monastery of Yuste.

The beneficiaries of the grants will be those who meet the following requirements: be nationals of a European Union country or third countries when proving that he/she is a permanent resident of a European Union country; be enrolled or have completed a degree two years before the present call -these should be official degrees of the European Union- and not be in receipt of any other study grant and/or subsidy for the same concept and for the same course. The procedure for granting the established aid in the present call is competitive concurrence and the academic record will be borne in mind among the selection criteria.

The courses offered with a grant are the following:

. ‘Las relaciones América Latina y la Unión Europa: ¿una alianza política renovada?’ (“Latin American and the European Union Relations: a Renewed Political Alliance?”), from the 25th to the 26th of June.

. ‘Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible: Avances y retos en la Agenda 2030’ (“Sustainable Development Goals: Progress and Challenges of the 2030 Agenda”), from the 27th to the 29th of June.

. ‘Carlos V: guerra y paz a ambos lados del Atlántico’ (“Charles V: War and Peace on Both Sides of the Atlantic”), from the 4th to the 6th of July.

. ‘Resolución de conflictos, paz, género y desarrollo’ (“Conflict Resolution, Peace, Gender and Development”), from the 11th to the 13th of July.

. ‘Logros y límites de 60 años de integración europea’ (“Achievements and Limitations of 60 Years of European Integration”), from the 18th to the 20th of July.

. ‘Cultura, patrimonio y ciudadanía europea: reforzar la identidad europea a través de la educación y la cultura, y cómo gestionarlo’ (“European Culture, Heritage and Citizenship: Strengthening European Identity through Education and Culture, and How to Manage It), from the 24th to the 28th of September.

The deadline for the submission of applications will be open from tomorrow, 5th of June, until the 18th of June as far as the courses held during June and July are concerned and until the 23rd of July regarding the course held from the 24th to the 28th September. Approximately a hundred teachers and experts from European countries, such as Spain, Italy, Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Hungary and Portugal will participate in these courses as well as from Ibero-American countries, such as Colombia, Costa Rica, Argentina and Uruguay.

The courses are, furthermore, open to the public until the day before the beginning of each course, and until seating capacity is reached, with free registration via the website:

The courses are held in collaboration with the Ibero-American General Secretariat (SEGIB); the University for Peace of Costa Rica; the Poverty Eradication and Sustainable Development Chair – a United Nations Development Programme (PNUD) of the Rey Juan Carlos University; the Cooperation Network of European Routes of Emperor Charles V; the Netherlands Business Academy and the Jean Monnet Module of the University of Extremadura. They are sponsored by the Extremaduran Agency for International Development Cooperation (AEXCID); the European Union – Latin America and Caribbean Foundation (EU-LAC Foundation) and the European Union’s Erasmus Plus Programme.



The objective of this training programme is to carry out specialised courses and encounters aimed at encouraging the debate and reflection of university students, researchers and professionals on the process of European construction and integration, as well as on European current affairs and other subjects regarding European and Ibero-American history and remembrance, or the foundation’s foundational objectives. All this from a multidisciplinary perspective and in a unique context as is the Royal Monastery of Yuste, which enables the contact and exchange of knowledge among students and speakers, who will share reflections with experts on the subject matter and first-rate personalities form the academic, political or social area, thus making it a space for reflection, thought, culture and science.

The aim of the Yuste Campus grants is to make the training programme known and invite as many people possible, even beyond national borders, in order to enable the participation and presence of university students, researchers, experts and professionals interested in each subject area. The courses will become part of the European and Ibero-American Academy of Yuste Foundation’s virtual Yuste Campus via its Youtube channel: