Fundación Repsol, as a show of its support for talent, promotes an extensive scholarship programme enabling more people to improve their training each year.
Vocational Training (VT)
Fundación Repsol supports vocational training through a scholarship programme that helps promote this educational option and improve young adults’ employability. Each year 100 scholarships are made available for students of intermediate and advanced vocational training in collaboration with Repsol and Petronor's industrial facilities in A Coruña, Cartagena, Puertollano, Tarragona, and Bizkaia.
The aid is 800 euros for each student. In addition, 10% of the scholarships are reserved for students with different capacities, who have a disability recognized equal to or greater than 33%.
With this scholarship program, Fundación Repsol is committed to Vocational Training. An educational option that improves the employability of young people.
The deadline for applying for scholarships for the next course 2017-2018 is open from 1st july to 16th October 2017.
Apply now for your scholarship at becasfp.fundacionrepsol.com.
Studying at university
Fundación Repsol works with the Social Councils of the Universitat Rovira i Virgili (URV), University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM) and the Polytechnic University of Cartagena (UPCT) , with the objective of supporting the talent and facilitating the incorporation to the university studies of students of Compulsory Secondary Education.
These scholarships are aimed at students, who with a good record and motivation, have economic, social or personal difficulties to access higher education.
Every year five new scholarships are offered for URV students, one for UPCT students, and four for students with disabilities at UCLM. All scholarships awarded under this programme are given for the first year of university studies, with the possibility of renewal until finishing the degree.
Undergraduate and Master's degree for students with different abilities
Fundación Repsol will be offering scholarships for students with disabilities who would like to continue their education by studying an undergraduate degree or a master’s in technical areas like engineering, maths, physics, or geology.
All in all, a maximum of twelve scholarships for bachelor's or master’s degrees are offered for up to 5000 euros each. The goal of this aid is to promote full social and professional integration for people with disabilities.
The deadline for applying for scholarships for the next course will open in the summer of 2017.