In the framework of our strategic development actions, we are currently working to strengthen the internationalization of our institution. The solidity of this progress is only possible through the participation of our university's community.

Students, professors and administrative staff are called to participate and lead new projects and initiatives.

Awards and subsidies for internationalization projects
Objectives of the projects
  • To improve intercultural understanding
  • To facilitate the integration between Spanish and international students
  • To move closer to a truly international campus
Who is eligible?

Undergraduate and postgraduate students from any study programme at the three CEU Cardenal Herrera campuses can present, individually or as a group, a project to the Grant Board. Applicants must be registered as full-time students.
Membership of the WASB (World Ambassadors Students Board) and participation in the Global Citizen programme will be an advantage.


Project applications must be written in Spanish, English or French.
Each application must include the following documentation:

  • Project title
  • Project objectives
  • Project/activity description
  • Activity format and timetable (date, time, duration and location, etc.)
  • Expected number of Spanish and international student participants
  • Expected results, achievements, impact and contributions of the project
  • Budget
  • The number of administrative (PAS), teaching and research staff (PDI) participants.
  • Justification of the ability to carry out the project

The projects must be carried out during this academic year, up to August 2017, and in accordance with the operational regulations of the Student Project Desk.

Send all the required documentation by email to before 24th October.


Two grants of a maximum of €1500 will be awarded, in accordance with the needs of the project. The Grant Board reserves the right, at its discretion, to make additional recommendations with regard to the quantity of the Grant if an application for an exceptional project is made.

Responsibilities of those awarded a Grant

Those awarded a Grant will be asked to prepare a statement containing:

  • A report on the activities undertaken
  • Result(s) of the project
  • The number of student participants, the PAS and PDI participants and the number of students which the project aims to reach out to;
  • The difficulties found and areas for improvement;
  • Financial justification including the original receipts;

Those receiving a Grant may also be asked to participate in events or conferences concerning best practices and provide a testimonial promoting their projects.

Notification of the award of a Grant

Successful applicants will be notified of their award of a Grant on 15th November 2016.
The projects submitted will be exhibited at the International Boot Camp to be held on 15th November and related workshops or competitions may be held at this event.