Becas 2023

More than 80 students from the University of Oviedo will be trained at EDP Spain this academic year

Wednesday 13, September 2023
  • The Martín González del Valle scholarship programme celebrates its 40th birthday
  • Application procedure is open until 20 September next

The Martín González del Valle scholarship programme of the EDP Foundation celebrates its 40th edition this academic year 2023-2024, in which more than 80 students from the University of Oviedo will be able to complete their academic training at EDP. The registration period for the most important scholarship programme of the University of Oviedo, granted almost one million euros, is now open.

Students interested in participating can send their application until the 20th of September, through the internship application of the University of Oviedo ( The Martin González del Valle scholarships represent a perfect opportunity to put acquired knowledge and personal skills into practice during a real professional experience. They are aimed at students of 23 bachelor's degrees and 2 master's degrees, including Data Science and Engineering, Electrical, Electronic and Mechanical Engineering; Business Administration and Management, Modern Languages and their Literatures; Commerce and Marketing or Law.

The scholarships, the result of an agreement with the University of Oviedo, will be granted a gross economic aid of 450 euros each month and will last a maximum of 10 months. The internships will be part-time, lasting four hours a day and will be compatible with the academic activity.

EDP will appoint each student a tutor in charge of supervising the work planned for the internship and will provide each student with suitable work spaces and the necessary material for its correct performance.

The Martín González del Valle scholarships are named after Martín González del Valle, who chaired the energy company between 1987 and 1999. In addition to the agreement with the University of Oviedo, the EDP Foundation has agreements with other Spanish universities and schools to encourage the training of more students in the different facilities and work centres that the company has in other autonomous communities. In this way, the programme will reach more than 40 students from other Spanish universities, who will also have access to their first professional experience in one of EDP's work centres in Spain.

More information about the programme here.