The Study Program for the refugees at the University of Barcelona is meant for people who have had to leave their country because of war and persecution and who intend to pursue their university studies.
Who can apply?
- Aged between 18 and 30
- To come from war zones or to be part of a persecuted minority (religious, ethnic, ...)
- Being in a situation where the person’s human rights are being violated
- Provide documentary evidence (results certificates, degree certificate, ...) a minimum of 30 ECTS credits in the case of people who wish to resume their degree studies and the qualification in the case of qualified people. The fact that the documentation bears the stamp or seal of the corresponding entities will be especially taken into account. The documentation must be presented in the original language and in English.
- Being in a situation where the person’s human rights are being violated and providing a letter from a reliable entity that accredits this
- Being in a situation of economic vulnerability and providing a letter from a reliable entity that accredits it
- Not receive another financial aid or grants during the time the grant is in effect
Completed application form for the grant (which can be found at the following link http://www.solidaritat.ub.edu/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/2018_Scholarship_Application.pdf
- Copy of valid passport
- People affected by wars and/or those that are part of persecuted minorities should state this in the application
- Official documentation (certificate of results, syllabus, ...) and/or degree in the original language and in English, which certify a minimum equivalent to 30 ECTS credits. All documentation that bears the stamp or seal of the corresponding entities will be especially taken into account.
- Letter from an accredited entity stating how the person’s human rights are being violated
- Letter from an accredited entity describing the person’s serious financial difficulties
email@example.com. The subject of the post must be Name, Last Name, UB Grant Application.
For more information:
You can find more detailed information in Terms of grants.
December 6, 2017, at 12 UTC