Loyola Grants and Scholarships for Undergraduates
Loyola University scholarships and study grants are financed by the University's own funds. The Student Aid Commission decides on the granting of Student Aid within the limits of the funding available each academic course for this concept.
They can be in scholarship form (non-repayable amounts for students in the first and second years) or as loans (to be returned after completion of studies at 0% interest).
Who are they for?
These aids for University study are for prospective students and undergraduate students of official degrees in the University.
What do they consist of?
The aids for University study are a reduction in the tuition amount to be paid for enrollment in subjects, and these are fractioned into corresponding monthly payments.
How long are they granted for?
They are only granted for one academic year and students have to reapply for their renewal, accompanying the application with the documentation certifying the economic situation of the family unit each year.
More information can be found in the Call for Grants and Scholarships for Undergraduate Study.
Submission of Applications
The application can be downloaded here and Income Tax Certificates can be downloaded directly from the link on the application form.
The duly completed and signed application form, along with the Income Tax Certification, must be submitted in person at the General Secretariat of Loyola University. For any question about the process entailed in procuring this aid, you can request further information by email.
Deadline for application submission
Undergraduate students must present their applications during the following dates:
- New students
- 1st Phase: from April 1st to June 10th
- 2nd Phase: from July 1st to 31st
- Ongoing students / renewals
- From June 1st to July 31st
No applications will be accepted outside the established deadlines.
Claims regarding the Granting of Financial Aid