Educa el Talento Santander-Comillas Grants (Academic Year 2021-2022)
The aim of the Santander-Comillas Educa el Talento Grants program is to support students with documented academic vocation and professional interest whose families can prove they lack the financial resources to pay for university education. These grants are especially designed for any of our programs related to Education and Social Work.
Who is eligible for these grants?
The grants are aimed at the degrees and double degrees of Education and Social Work of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences:
- Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education.
- Bachelor's Degree in Primary School Education.
- Dual Degree Program in Early Childhood and Primary Education.
- Dual Degree Program in Primary Education and Early Childhood.
- Dual Degree Program in Physical Activity and Sport Sciences and Primary Education.
- Bachelor's Degree in Social Work.
- Dual Degree Program in Criminology and Social Work.
What do they consist of?
These scholarships consist of a reduction in tuition fees (monthly payments), of up to 75%, during the 4 or 5 academic years comprised by the educational and training program. It is necessary to request their renewal each academic year, being automatically extended in the case of fulfilling the requirements for each call for scholarships.
Submission of Applications
Applications for “Educa el Talento” (Educate Talent) Santander-Comillas Scholarships must be registered through the Santander Scholarships website: www.becas-santander.com/es/program/becas-santander-estudios-educa-el-talento. Subsequently, they must also be submitted through the on-line application form available on the University website. You must have previously submitted an application for admission to the University or be a current student.
Documentation to be submitted:
- Certificate of Company/Business Withholdings or Certificate from the State Public Employment Service (“SEPE”, Servicio Público de Empleo Estatal), if applicable, for the year 2020, which accredits the income reported.
- Certification issued by the Spanish National Tax Agency, relating to the income tax statement for the last fiscal year (2019) for all members of the Family Unit. This certification can be obtained immediately and free of charge through the website of the Spanish National Tax Agency.
- If any of the family members are not required to present an income tax declaration, and are not included in the declaration of the father or mother, a Certificate of Imputation of Income (Certificado de Imputaciones de Renta,) corresponding to the year 2019, is required. This certification can be obtained immediately and free of charge through the website of the Spanish National Tax Agency.
- Photocopy of the "DNI", National Identity Document, for all of the members of the family included in Section D.
- In the case of having the obligation to file income tax returns as self-employed ("por cuenta propia"), a statement-settlement for the last quarter of payments on file for the presentation of personal income tax ("IRPF").
- Literal Certificate of a National Scope (Certificado literal de ámbito naciona)l for all urban or rural real estate owned by the applicant, the father and the mother or, where appropriate, those who support the Family Unit. These certificates are mandatory even if there are no assets registered on them. The consultation can be made free of charge through the Electronic Office of the Cadastre (Sede Electrónica del Catastro) by means of a digital signature. If you do not have a digital signature, it can be obtained in person at the Land Registry Office (Gerencia Territorial del Catastro, C / Guzmán el Bueno, 139. 28003-Madrid, SPAIN).
- Both parents will be considered as part of the family unit, regardless of their current marital status. The Office for Financial Aid is available for any questions that may arise concerning this matter.
- Mandatory proof of other income perceived as a Widow, Orphan or Disabled Person, when applicable.
- Students who declare themselves as financially independent must necessarily present a certificate of family registration, Certificado de empadronamiento familiar (which must correspond to the address where the student resides during the academic year) and a copy of the lease in force for accommodation, in the student's name.
New students must complete and submit their scholarship application at the same time as their application for admission. More information [here].
Current students must submit applications to request or renew financial aid for the 2021-2022 academic year, must submit the application from March 1 until May 7, 2021.
NO APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED OUTSIDE THE DEADLINES ESTABLISHED.
The University has designed a Grant simulator for all potential students to calculate the possibility of obtaining a grant. As this simulator is designed for students applying to this call for applications for University grants, the percentages generated by the simulator are intended as guideline values. For more detailed information, check the call for applications.
When do I find out if my application has been successful?
New incoming students will find out if they have been awarded financial aid after being accepted by the University and always before the end of the enrolment period.
Any other students, once the official enrollment period has closed.