The European Central Bank has launched a scholarship programme to support women pursuing a master’s degree in economics in Europe. The €10,000 per year scholarship for tuition and other related costs will be awarded to up to five female students from lower-income backgrounds.
This is a part of ECB's initiative to address the under-representation of women in economics and to support women in their career development at the ECB. The goal is to to increase the share of women in management and seni...

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