Scholarships in Spain

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Scholarships in Spain

Profit from a scholarship in Spain
Compared to other European countries there is a limited supply of scholarships available to study in Spain. This is somewhat off-set by the relatively low level of both tuition fees and the cost of living. Under current austerity measures in Spain, students must pay 15 to 25% of the real cost of their studies, so full scholarships are not an option at this time.

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Funding for your studies in Spain

InstitutionNameFunding
SEPI Foundation/EADS CASA SEPI Foundation-EADS CASA Master Programme920€ / 12 months
Province of Málaga "La Térmica" Artist-in-Residence Programme600€ / 4 months
University of Alicante Grants for Bachelor´s Degree Studiesns / once
Ferrer Salat Music Foundation "Young Hopefuls" Scholarshipsns / 12 months
Government of Spain-Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports/UIMP English Language Scholarships for Teacher Training Students616€ / once
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Funding for studying a year / a semester abroad

InstitutionNameFunding
Universia Foundation Master Scholarships for the Garrigues Centre of Studiesns / ns
Postgraduate Iberoamerican University Association (AUIP) Abroad Scholarship between Extremadura and Latinamerican Universities1700€ / once
SEBAP-Societat Econòmica Barcelonesa d´Amics del País SEBAP Scholarship2778€ / 9 months
Antiga Caixa Manlleu-BBVA Foundation International Mobility Grants for University of Vic Studentsns / once
University of Burgos Grants for End of Degree Projects and Internships in the Field of Development Cooperation333€ / 3 months
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The 10 Biggest Misconceptions about Scholarships

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Only one in eight secondary school graduates with good grades apply for scholarships. This is because many have misconceptions about getting funding. Here are some of the common misconceptions.