Grants and awards

#SpinUOC 2020

The Ramon Molinas Foundation is collaborating with the Open University of Catalonia (UOC) with the objective of developing #SpinUOC 2020, an initiative which promotes innovation, the transfer of knowledge and entrepreneurship in the UOC community.

RMF: Scholarship in English for young adults at the British Council 2019-2020

Excerpt: The Ramon Molinas Foundation is providing scholarships to enrol the ‘RMF: Scholarship in English for young adults at the British Council 2019-2020’, a program that aims to promote the learning and improving English skills of high-achieving university students in Barcelona that from disadvantaged socioeconomic backgrounds.

‘Anne Topping Prize for professional career in a technological field 2019

The Ramon Molinas Foundation and the Information Technology, Multimedia and Telecommunications (EIMT) department at the Open University of Catalonia (UOC) will award the ‘Anne Topping Prize for professional career in a technological field’. The award will recognise, celebrate and award a woman with a long professional career in technology, acknowledging the success and prominence she has achieved in her commitment to the field. The award is part of the Equit@t Prize.

RMF: Scholarship in English for young adults at the British Council 2018-2019

The Ramon Molinas Foundation provided scholarships to enrol the ‘RMF: Scholarship in English for young adults at the British Council 2018-2019’, a program that aims to promote the learning and improving English skills of high-achieving university students in Barcelona that from disadvantaged socioeconomic backgrounds.

#SpinUOC 2019

The Ramon Molinas Foundation is collaborating with the Open University of Catalonia (UOC) with the objective of developing #SpinUOC 2019, an initiative which promotes innovation, the transfer of knowledge and entrepreneurship in the UOC community.

The Ramon Molinas Foundation Chair for Innovation in Applied Health Technologies (CINTAS-RMF)

The Ramon Molinas Foundation supported a research carried out by the La Salle Centre for Higher University Studies with the objective of analysing the clinical benefits of using videogames in children and young people with cerebral palsy as a new rehabilitation therapy.