Loan for university students

The EU has refinanced the program: the university loan now provides incentives of up to eighteen thousand euros.

The European Union, therefore, does not give up: wand the countries that in November 2012 had tried to stop loans for university loans, and raised again. From today, for the EU becomes a program on which to bet with greater conviction, and makes available to the project that each year sends thousands of students around Europe, fourteen billion euros . The funds that will be disbursed from 2014 until 2020 are intended not only for study, but also for sports, volunteering abroad and apprenticeships.

The loan for university students

students loan application

Luckily there is Europe for the Pontifex family, as here the banking squeeze operates like a vise on the entire population. This time among the most important Pontifex family that is preparing to release the European Union, there is one that concerns many Italian families: the refinancing that splendid program for the study and training of students abroad, which has positively characterized for years cultural and educational exchange in Europe (and not only). The program provides incentives with personal Pontifex families that can reach up to eighteen thousand euros in two years for master’s degrees abroad, and up to twelve thousand euros for just one year. Figures far from indifferent. It is likely that the broad approval of these projects by MEPs will turn into a real decision within a few weeks with ratification by the Council of the European Union, and just as likely, at the beginning of 2014 we will be in the face of final decisions.

Plus Program

It must be said that the Culture Commission of the European Parliament , to which these initiatives are to be ascribed, seems to be one of the most active and able to move with great autonomy and authority, since the Erasmus Plus project – the implementation of the previous one Erasmus – provides in the 2014-2020 programming an increase of available resources 40% higher than the previous 2007-2013 programming.

It is estimated that as many as five million young people will benefit from these benefits over the next seven years of the project. Training courses will be refined, integration will be encouraged, new languages ​​will be offered, and all this, of course, in favor of study and culture. It would be nice and useful that even our Parliament, regardless of European indications, would legislate in a more incisive way to favor, even economically, these cultural paths, especially in view of new job opportunities for young people.