- The University of Palermo in Buenos Aires, Argentina is the new educational partner of the Women’s Tennis Association
- New program offers scholarships for degrees, courses and other academic opportunities in Spanish
ST PETERSBURG, FL, USA –The WTA (Women’s Tennis Association) has announced a new alliance with the University of Palermo (UP), offering players and tournament members, as well as staff, the opportunity to enroll in tennis programs. Spanish Online with full and partial scholarships at one of the most innovative and prestigious universities in Latin America, while facing the challenges and busy travel schedules of the WTA Tour.
The partnership highlights the WTA’s desire to provide world-class education to its members and expand development opportunities, providing valuable tools for elite WTA athletes and subsequent professional careers. As part of the WTA initiative, UP will be offering a variety of academic scholarships to WTA players and tournament members, legends, full-time employees and coaches. These scholarships, ranging from 25 to 100% scholarship, will apply to UP’s Spanish-speaking online undergraduate degrees, online masters in business administration, as well as individual certificate courses and programs. in line.
“As a global member organization, we are delighted to provide personalized educational benefits to our Spanish speaking community,” said Micky Lawler, President of the WTA. “With the exceptional commitment and dedicated resources of the University of Palermo, the WTA can continue its player development mission of empowering athletes through continued growth. “
“I firmly believe in the values of sport as a pillar of education. The University of Palermo is proud to be associated with the WTA, its history and its inspiring athletes and tournaments. Students and alumni of the l ‘UP are recognized for the positive impact they generate in society, leading a new creative and innovative generation. Our university community is delighted to welcome the WTA players, their diversity and their experience, “said said Matias Popovsky, vice-rector of the University of Palermo.
The programs and courses at the University of Palermo provide the flexibility for students who need to combine their studies with their professional life, with first-class educational technology and the latest advances in the science of learning.