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Blanquerna grants renovations (for students from 2nd grade onwards)

Blanquerna-URL, a non-profit institution

Blanquerna-URL allocates, for students enrolling in a degree in one of its faculties, a limited fund to grant financial aid and to cover the financing of a part of the cost of studies. The student who receives the grant can renew it each year as long as it meets the established criteria. The grant is made effective by a discount on the monthly payments (from October to June) that must be paid by the student from the beginning of the course. The grant does not cover the amount paid at the time of registration.

Blanquerna-URL financial aid is compatible with other public or private grants or financial aid, provided that this is the case. The sum of the amount of the Blanquerna-URL scholarship and that granted by the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training (applicable to the management of the AGAUR) as a "exemption from public prices for academic services" may not exceed the total cost set by Blanquerna-URL for each academic year.

To renew the Blanquerna financial aid, the student must maintain the initial conditions for which it was granted, in addition to having passed 80% of the credits taken in the previous year.

Application process: the duly formalized application form must be submitted together with the required documentation (specified below) by entering the website with your SCALA username and password.

The Financial Aid Commission, after examining each application, will determine the award or refusal of the aid. The student will receive the answer by e-mail in the first days of October of the current year. Acceptance of the grant acceptance must be given.

Application deadlines: from June 5 to July 9, 2023. Under no circumstances will applications be accepted outside this period.

1. Be enrolled in one of the degrees of the Blanquerna-URL Faculties and have passed 80% of the credits taken in the previous year.
2. Not to exceed 16,000 euros gross per year per member of the family unit. Income from the return on movable and / or immovable capital will also be taken into account, as well as assets.
3. Special situations of the family unit will be valued (large family, special large family, single parent, illnesses, deaths, job instability ...); however, these situations will not represent the direct and automatic award of the grant.
4. Be aware of the financial obligations with the Faculty (payment of monthly fees and tuition fee).
5. The submission of an application for a public scholarship from the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training or AGAUR, as well as scholarships from other Autonomous Communities will be valued.

Note: Compliance with these conditions does not guarantee the granting of the aid.

1. Scholarship application: Duly completed application form.
2. Coexistence flyer of the census in which all the people who live / reside with the applicant are listed, with a maximum date of three months.
3. Income statement: If you have made the income tax return in the last year, a complete copy of the applicant's 2022 income tax return and all the people who live with the student. In the event of separation or divorce, and with homeland and power shared by the spouses, the income tax returns of both parties must be filed.
4. If you do not have to file your income tax return, you must provide:

  • Certificate that the income tax return has not been submitted
  • Working life certificate
  • Certificate of income and withholdings of all members of the active family unit.

5. Payroll: Photocopy of the last two (most recent) payrolls of the applicant and of the relatives (father, mother, siblings, partner ...) who are active and who live with the student.
6. Documentation of employers and self-employed workers: Employers or self-employed workers must attach a document accrediting the result of their activities (corporation tax or personal income tax for economic activities of the last year, the last 4 quarterly VAT returns, the annual VAT return. .) and of the investee companies.
7. Benefits: Certification of the income of the family unit from unemployment and pensions (disability, widowhood, orphanhood ...) or justification of non-receipt of these benefits, if applicable. Also, a copy of the period granted for unemployment or any other benefit, if applicable.
8. Separation or divorce judgment and regulatory agreement, if applicable.
9. OTHER DOCUMENTS: Any other document proving the situation described in the application form.

Note: the Financial Aid Commission will not assess applications that do not provide all the requested documentation of all members of the family unit. In the event that it is necessary for the final assessment, the Financial Aid Service reserves the right to request further documentation.

You can upload the documentation here.

Basic information on data protection

We inform that the personal data will be treated by Fundación Blanquerna as Data Controller, in order to manage and process financial aid. The data based on your consent and are processed in compliance with a legal obligation and public interest mission. Personal data may be communicated to public bodies for the processing and justification of scholarships and official grants. The data will be kept for 3 years to prove the correct conduct of the evaluation process and grant or refusal of the corresponding aid. You can exercise the rights of access, rectification, deletion, opposition in the treatment and request the limitation of the treatment, addressing the Blanquerna Foundation (Paseo Sant Gervasi, 47, 08022 Barcelona, 93 253 30 00 or [email protected]). Further detailed information on data processing and the exercise of rights can be found at


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