Scholarships to pursue international studies
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Grants for international studies

Since 1982, Diplocat calls for applications for grants to carry out international studies abroad for periods of up to one year. These grants are set up in collaboration with the social funding of the “la Caixa” bank.

This grants programme is for postgraduate studies related to European integration or international relations. It covers study programmes both with a general focus as well as those specializing in diplomacy, politics, law, economics, business and trade, development and cooperation, or human rights, as long as they are dealt with from an international perspective.

Diplocat offers a maximum of six grants per year.

Amount

Each grant is of €25,000 (pre-tax).

Applicants

University graduates interested in specializing in international relations or in the European integration process. It covers study programmes with a general focus as well as programmes specializing in diplomacy, politics, law, economics, business and trade, development and cooperation, or human rights, as long as they have an international approach.

Requirements

  • To have graduated from a Catalan university in the last five years. Applications from undergraduates currently in their final year are also accepted – dependent on their obtaining their degree in the end-of-year June exams.
  • A good academic record, with an average final grade of 7 on a 10 scale. The average final grade will have to be visible in the academic certificate issued by the university.
  • An excellent level (both spoken and written) of the two working languages of the centre the student applies to.
  • Nationality of one of the member states of the European Union, the European Economic Area, or candidate states for EU membership.

Call and deadline for applications

The details of the call for grants will be published in the Catalan government’s official bulletin (DOGC). 

 More information (In Spanish)

Becas para realizar estudios internacionales

In partnership with:

la Caixa Foundation

Last updated: 27 April 2017

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