Students may, starting this Sunday, August 9th, apply for scholarships and study grants for the next academic year 2020-2021The Official State Bulletin (BOE) publishes this Saturday’s edition.
In a press release, the Ministries of Education and Universities explain that the department headed by Isabel Celaá has launched a website (https://www.becaseducacion.gob.es) which lists the three types of scholarships and grants and each has an information section.
Specifically on scholarships for Vocational Training, High School and other non-university studies; university scholarships and grants for students with specific educational support needs, including students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
For each of these scholarships and grants, the website details the requirements, deadlines, amounts and how to apply but it also tries to solve other questions such as how to make a complaint.
The Government ensures that the amount 1,900 million, which is “the biggest increase in a decade”.
You have also introduced changes in academic requirements and on the income thresholds of applicants, so that the grants “reach the students who need them most”.
In total, according to these ministries, they will benefit more from 600,000 students372,240 for non-university levels and 253,274 for undergraduate and master’s degrees.