A new chance is offered to students wishing to pursue their studies abroad, especially in Europe. Indeed, the University of Algiers 2, Abou el Kacem Saâdallah, announced new scholarships in Spain for the benefit of students enrolled in License, but also for teachers.
In a statement made public on its official website, the Vice-Rectorate in charge of External Relations, Cooperation, Animation, Communication and Scientific Events of the University of Algiers 2, Abou el Kacem Saâdallah, informs that new university scholarships have been allocated for the benefit of students enrolled in License as well as teachers, for the academic year 2022/2023.
The University of Algiers 2 also pointed out that these scholarships have been offered by the University of Alicante in Spain and that they are part of the projects of the European exchange program Erasmus + ICM.
According to the same source, the number of scholarships offered is set at three mobilities, i.e. two granted to undergraduate students enrolled in a Bachelor’s degree and one granted to teachers. It should be noted that the duration of this mobility is five months for students and five days for teachers, during the academic year 2022/2023.
The specialties concerned and the file to be provided
The press release from the University of Algiers 2 indicated that these new scholarships concern students and language teachers, noting in the same sense that a “B2” language level is required in Spanish or English. The application file must contain the following documents:
- The sworn statement attached to the ad filled in and scanned.
- The Curriculum Vitae (CV).
- A cover letter written in Spanish or English.
- For students: transcripts, baccalaureate diploma and all schooling certificates obtained.
- For teachers: a work certificate.
- For teachers: the list of scientific publications.
It should also be noted that the file must be sent no later than May 20, 2022 to the University of Alicante email address: [email protected]. The University of Algiers 2 Abou el Kacem Saâdallah concluded its announcement by calling on those interested to contact the Erasmus+ unit, at the level of the Vice-Rectorate in charge of External Relations and Cooperation, via the email address: [email protected].