You can now request one of our VT scholarships30.05.2019
This Vocational Training (VT) scholarships programme was established to promote and encourage young people to opt for VT, thereby improving their employment prospects.
A total of 100 scholarships will be offered — 25 for intermediate vocational training cycles (CFGM) and 75 for advanced vocational training cycles (CFGS). Each scholarship will be worth €800. These scholarships are aimed at VT students from the following areas:
- A Coruña and Arteixo (A Coruña)
- Cartagena and La Unión (Murcia)
- Abanto-Zierbena, Muskiz, and Zierbena (Bizkaia)
- Puertollano (Ciudad Real)
- Tarragona, Reus, Valls, and Vila-seca (Tarragona)
Students that are interested in taking part can apply through the website: becasfp.fundacionrepsol.com. The application period will be open from 30 July until 16 October 2019.
Students who are studying intermediate and advanced vocational courses in the following fields may apply for: Electricity/electronics, mechanical manufacturing, facilities and maintenance, construction and civil works, energy and water, chemistry, information technology and communications, administration and management, commerce and marketing, health, and safety and environment.
Students who received a scholarship in the last academic year may renew them. To do so, they must reapply for this intake.
This year, the weight of the academic criteria has been increased and now makes up 50% of the scoring. Other factors that will be assessed to award the aid are financial criteria (25%) and other personal or family-related circumstances of the students (25%). Additionally, 10% of the scholarships are reserved for students with disabilities, in accordance with Repsol and Fundación Repsol’s commitment to the social and work integration of differently-abled people.
Find the terms and conditions and apply at becasfp.fundacionrepsol.com
This initiative is part of Fundación Repsol's scholarship programme, which aims to boost young peoples' training regardless of their personal or social circumstances.