In partnership with Al Alfi Foundation, the European Union institution is offering scholarships for would-be startup founders under 40 in Slovenia.
The Euro-Mediterranean University (EMUNI), an entity created by the EU’s Union for the Mediterranean, has just launched a Professional Diploma for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, with 20 scholarships available for Egyptians to join the study programme, designed for students with a ‘business bug’.
The university, based in Portorož, Slovenia, is opening the programme to 40 Egyptian applicants, in partnership with Al Alfi Foundation for Human and Social Development; of the 40 applicants, 40 students will be awarded a grant that will cover all their expenses, including travel, accommodation, and subsistence.
The programme is nine months long, including three months at the EMUNI campus in Slovenia and the rest online. The opportunity, a matchless chance for students under the age of 40, is the perfect fit for those with an itch for changemaking ventures who also want to keep their job at the same time, offering unparalleled exposure to Europe's tech and entrepreneurial scene.
Find out more at EMUNI’s website.
Main image: Historical center of the Municipality of Piran, in Slovenia, where EMUNI university is located.