Scholarships

The Rinaldi Foundation allocates an annual budget for scholarships to facilitate access to the university to those who need it.

We also offer information about scholarships or gratuities from public administrations.

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Scholarships and reductions

As a centre that offers official degrees, our students can obtain reductions that are recognized by law:

  • Reductions recognized in the Decree of public prices of the Generalitat de Catalunya:
    • Students in the general or special category of large families
    • Students with a registered disability of 33% or more
    • Students who have obtained a distinction in High School
    • Students who are victims of acts of terrorism, their spouses and their children
    • Students who are victims of domestic violence
  • Ministry of Education general grants (GRAL): these scholarships are granted by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports and in Catalonia are processed online through the Agency for Management of University and Research Grants (AGAUR).
  • Rinaldi Foundation Scholarships: For more information, see the following section.

Rinaldi Foundation scholarships

 

The Rinaldi Foundation offers each academic year four types of scholarships so that students who enrol in the Salesian University School of Sarrià can deal with the financing of a part of the cost of their studies.

 

Students who receive these aids can renew them each course as long as they meet the criteria established in their bases.

 

General description of our scholarships:

  • Collaboration scholarship: you will receive an amount to carry out 150 hours of collaboration tasks during the course in a department or service of the school.

  • Study grant: if you have a good academic performance, you can benefit from a direct discount on tuition fees (25% of the credit.)

  • Don Bosco scholarship: if you have studied in a Salesian school, you can apply for this scholarship that will allow you to study undergraduate studies at a public price, with the commitment to carry out 200 hours of collaborative tasks during the course in a department or service of the school.

  • Domènec Savio scholarship: if you have experience in activities of service to society, you can apply for this scholarship that will allow you to study undergraduate studies at a public price, with the commitment to perform 200 hours of collaborative tasks during the course within the Pastoral group.

Check the bases of our scholarships at the end of this page.