The Loyola Center Foundation, in accordance with its purposes and foundational activities laid down in their statutes, wants to encourage College of undergraduate and postgraduate of philosophy, by convening a contest to award scholarships.
the award of scholarships began in the academic year 2009-2010 and are again convene for the academic year 2012-2013. Shall be granted to candidates during all successive courses of graduate studies (and this year of the triennium of ecclesiastical high school) and postgraduate in philosophy at the Universidad Pontificia Comillas de Madrid, except for the cases expressly set out in these rules.
since the last academic year, the call also extends to the graduate program in philosophy at the same University pursuant to the bases specified below.
candidates for the scholarship to the degree (Bachelor’s degree) must meet the requirements of the Spanish University access, be under the age of 25 years to the date of submission of the corresponding application and proposed filed studies degree (or Bachelor’s degree) in philosophy.
candidates for the scholarship to the graduate must be in possession of a degree or degree obtained in the past five years prior to the current year and in any case before filing the application.
applications can be submitted until July 15 (first call) and in any case, before 5 September 2012 (second and last call in case that there have been some scholarships appropriated).
foreign scholarships for postgraduate applicants who intend to start their studies in January 2013 must submit their applications by December 15, 2012.
for the degree (or Bachelor’s degree) in philosophy the scholarship will cover tuition fees and four courses teaching fees, provided that the fellow go passing each course. In the case of the postgraduate in philosophy the scholarship will cover between a third and half of the tuition fees and fees for teaching two courses that comprise the postgraduate.
if the scholarship for the grade does not approve all subjects of a course of the degree in philosophy, in its ordinary and extraordinary calls, this will entail loss of the right to enjoy the scholarship in the next academic year. If the scholarship to the graduate should not exceed the courses and seminars of the first course at the end of the same would also lose the right to enjoy the scholarship in the next academic year.