Lifelong Learning Centre and the University have agreements
with companies and other institutions that provide students
with grants for postgraduate studies. If you would like to
know whether the course you have selected has been assigned
any funds for grants, go to the course description and consult
the section Observations.
If there is no grant option for your course or you wish to
find out about other options, we advise you to consult the
section on grants at the Universia
website. This site provides information about grants provided
by both local and foreign administrations, and also grants
from private and business.
Should you decide to opt for a loan, consult the Finance
section, where you will find information about loans with
special conditions. What is more, the Ministry
of Education and Science subsidises 70% of the interests.
If you work, you may be eligible for grants provided by the
“Tripartite Foundation for Training in Employment”
as part of the project to encourage individual training leave.
If your company believes that it is in their interests to
increase your knowledge, you may be able to obtain subsidies
for worker training. You apply for the subsidy and your company
pays the matriculation fee and makes you available during
the working day. The cost will be refunded. All the conditions
can be consulted at the Tripartite
Every year, the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation
provides foreign students with grants for postgraduate studies.
For further information, see Becas
For foreign students from Latin America, the European Union
has the high-level grant scheme Alban
and students from the United States can opt for