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The Compostela Group of Universities communicates on the Stella Junior webpage the resolution of the selection committee of this mobility programme.  

This resolution contains an ordered list of the ten beneficiaries of the mobility grants selected by the selection committee, after evaluating the 148 applications received for the 2021 call. The recipients of the grants have a period of 15 calendar days from the communication of the resolution to accept the mobility granted to them.

Moreover, candidates will have seven calendar days to raise any questions they deem necessary concerning the selection process. Once the Executive Secretariat of the Compostela Group of Universities (CGU) has received the document, it will be processed for its resolution.

The beneficiaries of the grants Stella Junior come from ten member institutions of the Compostela Group of Universities located in Poland, the Czech Republic, the Republic of Serbia, Peru, Mexico, Portugal and Spain. These are the universities of Masaryk, Adam Mickiewicz, Business Academy in Novi Sad, Piura, CETYS, Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro, Seville, Cadiz, Oviedo and Vigo.

Regarding the universities that will welcome them, these institutions are based in Mexico, Spain, the Republic of Serbia and the United Kingdom. Specifically, the beneficiaries will carry out virtual or in-person exchanges in various departments of the universities Autonomous of Chihuahua, Lleida, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Technical of Cartagena, A Coruña, Seville, Business Academy in Novi Sad, Worcester and CETYS. During mobility, they will be able to learn from professionals in the areas of internationalisation and marketing.