To facilitate admission to the doctoral program at Blanquerna School of Communication, there are different possibilities of obtaining substantial financial aid available to students.
These are grants offered by Blanquerna within the framework of its General Research and Doctoral Plan. These are offered to master’s degree and PhD students and aim to promote the training of young researchers and thus lend support to its research groups. The call for applications is announced on the website and on the School’s notice boards and will depend on the number of places available.
Grants awarded by the Agency for the Management of University and Research Grants of the Department for Innovation, Universities and Research. They are aimed at students of master’s and doctoral degrees at Catalan universities with the objective of providing these institutions with new research staff while students are carrying out their research projects and thus acquiring the appropriate research skills. The call for applications is annual and is published in the DOGC in or around the month of September.
Grants awarded by the Ministry of Education within the framework of the National Plan for Scientific Research, Development and Technological Innovation and aimed at master’s degree and PhD students to promote the training of university teaching staff. The program includes funding for brief stays and temporary placements in foreign countries. The call for applications is annual and is published in the BOE in or around the month of November.
Grants awarded by the Ministry of Science and Innovation and linked to funding for research projects within the National Program of Fundamental Research Projects, within the framework of the National Plans for Scientific Research, Development and Technological Innovation. The call for applications is annual and is published in the BOE in or around the month of December.
Grants awarded by the Carolina Foundation which aim to fund the studies in Spain of graduates from any of the member states of the Comunidad Iberoamericana de Naciones, who can demonstrate academic or professional excellence. The doctoral scholarships are intended to assist lecturers from Latin American universities in obtaining a doctoral degree.
Grants awarded by the Universia Foundation and Santander Bank which aim to encourage the achievement of the Doctor title for people with disabilities contributing to the effective principle of equal opportunities through inclusive education.