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Blanquerna grants for 1st year students

Blanquerna-URL, a non-profit institution

Blanquerna-URL allocates limited funding for students who enroll in a bachelor's degree program in one of its schools to grant financial aid to partially cover the cost of studies. Students who receive the grant can renew it each academic year provided they meet the established criteria. In the first year, a maximum of 18% of the total cost of enrolment, which is paid by means of a discount on the monthly payments (from October to June) to be paid by the student from the start of the course. The aid does not apply to the amount paid at the time of enrollment (50% of the total cost).

Blanquerna-URL financial aid is compatible with other public and private grants or financial aid, whenever these are available. The total amount of the Blanquerna-URL grant and that granted by the Spanish Ministry of Education and Vocational Training (applicable to the management of the AGAUR) as an exemption from public prices for academic services may not exceed the total cost laid down by Blanquerna-URL for each academic year.

New applications

  1. Being pre-enrolled in one of the bachelor's degree courses of the Blanquerna-URL Schools.
  2. Not exceeding 16,000 euros gross per year per member of the family unit (sum of the total income of all the members of the family unit). Furthermore, income from income from movable capital and/or real estate, together with assets, will also be taken into account.
  3. Special situations of the family unit (large family, special large family, single parent, self-sufficient students, illness, death, job instability, etc.) will be taken into account; however, the aid will not be awarded directly and automatically in these situations.
  4. Applications for public scholarships from the Spanish Ministry of Education and Vocational Training or AGAUR, as well as scholarships from other autonomous communities will be considered.

Merely satisfying these conditions does not guarantee the awarding of the grant. The amount allocated may vary depending on the number and order of applications submitted.

Upon pre-enrolling in one of the bachelor's degree programs of the Blanquerna-URL Schools, it is necessary to:

  1. Fill out the application form attaching all the documentation to be submitted via this link or by entering SCALA: PortAL>Graduate Studies>Financial Aid Application Form.
    You can log in with your SCALA username and password.
  2. An interview with the student requesting financial aid is important in order to better assess all the elements of the situation. If the student is not interviewed, the Financial Aid Service may request further documentation and, where applicable, will contact the student by e-mail.
  3. After studying each application, the Financial Aid Committee will decide whether to grant or deny the aid. The aid granted will be effective provided that the student passes the tests and conditions of access to the pre-enrolled bachelor's degree and that he/she enrolls in one of the Blanquerna Schools (payment of 50% of the cost of the course).
  4. The resolution of the first call for the grant will be communicated by e-mail, within 15-20 days following the interview with the student and after all the documentation has been submitted. With regard to the second call, it will be communicated by e-mail to the student at the end of the month that the application has been decided.


  • The 1st call begins on January 10, 2024 and ends on July 31, 2024.
  • The 2nd call will be from 2 to 22 September 2024. December 5, 2022 and ends at the beginning of the academic year 2023- 24.

  1. Grant application: Application form duly completed.
  2. Cohabitation certificate of empadronamiento (Residents Register) showing all the people living/residing with the applicant, dating back no more than 3 months.
  3. Income tax return: In the event of having filed an income tax return in the past year, a complete copy of the 2022 income tax return of the applicant and all persons living with the student. As of June 2024 it will be imperative to submit the income tax return for the year 2023. In case of separation or divorce, and with shared guardianship and custody by the spouses, the income tax returns of both parties must be submitted.
  4. In the event of not having to present an income tax return, it is necessary to provide
    • A certificate stating that the income tax return has not been presented
    • A working life certificate
    • A certificate of income and withholdings of all the members of the family unit actively working.
  5. Pay slips: The last two pay slips (the most recent) of the applicant and of the family members (father, mother, siblings, partner, etc.) who are actively working and who live with the student.
  6. Documentation for entrepreneurs and self-employed: Entrepreneurs or the self-employed will have to attach, besides their personal income tax return, documentation accrediting the results of their activities and of the companies in which they have an interest. In particular, it is necessary to submit the following documentation:
    • Corporate income tax. Form 200 or 202.
    • 4 last income tax returns for economic activities. Forms 130, 131 or similar.
    • 4 last quarterly VAT returns. Form 303.
    • Annual VAT return. Form 390.
  7. Benefits: Certification of the income of the family unit from unemployment and pensions (disability, widowhood, orphanhood, etc.) or proof of non-receipt of these benefits, where applicable. Also, a copy of the period of unemployment or any other benefit, where applicable.
  8. Judgment of separation or divorce and regulatory agreement, where applicable.
  9. Other documents: Any other document accrediting the situation described in the application form.

Note: the Financial Aid Committee will not assess the applications that do not provide all the requested documentation of all the members of the family unit. If necessary for the final assessment, the Financial Aid Service reserves the right to request additional documentation.

Essential information on data protection

You are informed that your personal data will be processed by Fundació Blanquerna as Data Controller, in order to manage and process financial aid. The data based on your consent are processed pursuant to a legal obligation and public interest mission. Personal data may be disclosed to public bodies for the processing and justification of scholarships and official aid. The data will be kept for three years in order to prove the correct completion of the assessment process and the granting or refusal of the corresponding aid. You can exercise your rights of access, rectification, erasure, opposition to the processing and request to limit the processing by contacting the Blanquerna Foundation (Passeig Sant Gervasi, 47, 08022 Barcelona, +34 93 253 30 00 or [email protected]). You can find additional and detailed information on data processing and the exercise of rights at


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