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Edinburgh Napier University signs three-year support deal with Santander

Edinburgh Napier University signs three-year support deal with Santander

Santander Universities UK has committed to providing a £180,000 support package to Edinburgh Napier University over three years, taking the bank's total backing since 2009 to £730,000. Santander Universities UK initially agreed to deliver £120,000 to the university in 2009 over a three year period, before renewing the deal in 2012 with a further three-year commitment for a total of £180,000. The bank has also provided a further £250,000 in support since 2010 in discretionary summer agreements. This has gone towards the Santander Internship programme, additional mobility awards and other ad hoc scholarships, bursaries and activities. Simon Bray, director of Santander Universities UK, said: 'Santander is committed to supporting the communities in which we operate and we believe that university is a vital cornerstone of development and progress. 'We are extremely proud of our link to Edinburgh Napier University and we greatly look forward to developing this partnership over the next three years.

 

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