To qualify for grants, students must pay for enrolment themselves and be a university graduate. Grant applications should be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, along with the applicant’s CV and a covering letter stating reasons for wanting to study this master’s degree and for applying for a grant, particularly in regard to socioeconomic aspects. The grant application period is open until 10 February 2016. The grants will cover 50% of the cost of enrolment on the blended master’s degree course and online courses offered.
This master’s degree is a blended course, with classes attended in Barcelona or Madrid and classes online, and is accredited by Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya-Barcelona Tech (UPC). Further information here. You can also find details of the online master’s degree and postgraduate courses accredited by UPC-Barcelona Tech and the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC).
The names of those awarded grants will be published between 12 and 16 February. All those who have applied for a grant will be informed of the results by phone or email. Until then, the Agbar Foundation reserves the right to withdraw the call for applications or modify the terms of application.