SKEMA has a dedicated emergency fund to help its students in temporary difficulty; however, to cope up with the tough circumstances caused by COVID-19, the school has decided to go further. Following the first SKEMA United campaign in 2019, which aimed to raise funds through a sporting and solidarity challenge, SKEMA is mobilising all its stakeholders again to help its students.
Since March 17, the world has undergone a tremendous change. The lockdown measures have severely affected the financial situation of several students. SKEMA has therefore decided to mobilise all the stakeholders in its community, including alumni, students, collaborators and partners, to help them.
To assist them during this difficult time, SKEMA has created a "SKEMA United" dedicated emergency solidarity fund with the aim to collect €250,000, allowing the school to allocate 300 grants of €1,000, €2,000 or €3,000 to students in precarious financial situations.
More than ever, solidarity is the need of the hour. Together, let us mobilise to help our students and assist them in continuing their studies in the best conditions.
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