BritishSpanish Society/BBVA Scholarship Award

Caroline receiving her award from Mr Philip Paddack of BBVA at the Spanish Embassy in London

Caroline receiving her award from Mr Philip Paddack of BBVA at the Spanish Embassy in London

PhD candidate Caroline Gray has won the 2015 BBVA Scholarship from the BritishSpanish Society for her work on fiscal decentralisation and territorial politics in Spain.

The 2015 Scholarship Awards Ceremony was hosted by the Ambassador of Spain to the United Kingdom at his residence in London in May 2015, where Caroline was presented her award by Mr Philip Paddack of BBVA.

The BritishSpanish Society is a registered charity and a non-political organisation which aims to promote friendship and understanding between the people of Britain and Spain through knowledge of their respective customs, institutions, history and way of life. It runs an annual scholarship programme for postgraduate students thanks to the generous support of corporate and institutional sponsors. The scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic merit to British and Spanish students to pursue postgraduate studies and, in the process, foster British-Spanish understanding between individuals and institutions.

Further details of the 2015 scholars are available on the BritishSpanish Society website here.