Grants and awards
The Ramon Molinas Foundation offered grants entitled RMF: Scholarship in English for young learners at the British Council´. The programme promotes the continued education of advanced English to encourage social integration of academically high-acheiving young people from disadvantaged socioeconomic backgrounds.
The Ramon Molinas Foundation sponsored a research project launched by the María Agustí Foundation and Hemiweb, and carried out by Sant Joan de Déu Hospital and Barcelona Children’s Hospital, with the aim of estimating for the first time the prevalence of child hemiparesis in Spain.
The Ramon Molinas Foundation and the British Council, with the collaboration of the Government of Catalonia Department of Education, offered for the third consecutive year grants to enrol in RMF: Scholarship in English for young learners at the British Council, a programme which encourages continued training in the English language, directed at young people with talent but come from disadvantaged economic backgrounds.
The Ramon Molinas Foundation and the Open University of Catalonia are holding the third year of UOC-RMF Prizes. The prizes recognise the best projects of students studying Information Technology, Multimedia and Telecommunications at the UOC, with the objective of promoting technological and scientific entrepreneurship.
Private classes for university students with financial difficulties who need academic support (Ramon Molinas Foundation – Sharing Academy)
The Ramon Molinas Foundation is offering 100 grants to provide private classes to university students with financial difficulties who need extra academic support with their degree work. The scheme is run through Sharing Academy, a peer-to-peer marketplace providing private classes for students, by students, across 50 Spanish universities.
Research programme to improve the functionality of the head and torso of children with cerebral palsy
The Ramon Molinas Foundation sponsored a research programme executed by the Movement Analysis Laboratory (LAM) of the Niño Jesús University Children’s Hospital in Madrid with the objective of improving the functionality of the head and torso of children with cerebral palsy.