The University of Deusto, following the dual training co-design model, is committed to co-funding the programme and has signed funding agreements with entities, companies and foundations that collaborate in the master's.
The dual degree programme is a relatively new model that consists in working and studying at the same time. To support this new training model, a number of entities, companies and foundations offer various grants programmes to provide funding for your master’s degree and scholarships participants can apply for.
IMPORTANT: These are subject to renewal and a selection process
The BBK Foundation offers an important program of 4 grants of €2,000 for people registered in Bizkaia, unemployed. In the case of receiving more than 4 applications, a selection will be made based on economic criteria.
Those who carry out the entrepreneurship project in one of the collaborating organisations may be offered an employment contract with the guaranteed minimum wage (€1000/month minimum) from January to July (6 months).
Other educational grants
Youth Entrepreneurship Programme
The Basque Government has carried out the Youth Entrepreneurship Programme since 2017, which helps to implement the initiatives developed by young people who have a project in mind.
Participants enrolled in the master’s degree may be eligible to a grant of €3800 to implement their initiatives.
Other grants and educational loans
Students can also have access to financial aid through the Collaboration grants or educational bank loans. Find out more information at becasmaster.deusto.es