MUFG today announced that it is launching the Student Educational Support Program, an initiative that will enable students all over the world to gain free access to the Financial Times' website.

Students aged 16 to 19 from schools and organizations that register for the program, will be able to gain unrestricted access to the Financial Times' website ( and newsletters that provide comprehensive business and financial news coverage and information in English – at no cost.

Saiko Nanri, General Manager of the Corporate Communications Division of MUFG, said:

“We believe it is incredibly important to equip the next generation of young people with the skills and knowledge required to gain and sustain employment, generate wealth, and create jobs.

“One of MUFG's core principles aims to deliver targeted financial education to young people, and this initiative will enable us to reach a much wider group."

Through the Student Educational Support Program and other community-minded projects, MUFG continues to contribute to the development of the next generation through its global Corporate Social Responsibility activities.

For information MUFGs' Corporate Social Responsibility activity in EMEA click here.