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Start   >  Employment Help
What are the Employment Help grants?

We present a new edition of the Employment Help grants, a programme that offers workers who are unemployed, as well as self-employed professionals and employed workers with gross monthly incomes not exceeding the minimum wage by more than 6%, grants to carry out the UPC's permanent training programs. This year's grants are aimed at people with a strong professional curriculum vitae who are currently out of work.

With this initiative, we are backing qualified professionals who need some support to boost their career. The aim is to help them grow their talent through programmes by adapting to the market's demands, directly enhance their professional employability.

The Employment Help grants can cover a percentage of the registration fee for a selection of lifelong learning programmes.

Who can apply for this grant?

People who are registered in a municipality in Spain and who have been admitted to one of the programs of this call (having received the admission letter) may be beneficiaries of these grants. In addition, they must meet one of the following requirements:

  • Be registered as unemployed when applying for the grant.
  • Be a self-employed professional or an employee with a gross monthly average income in the last four months not exceeding the guaranteed minimum wage by more than 6%.

When can it be applied for?

The application deadline is 7 calendar days before the start of each training programme.

Award of the grants

The number of Employment Help programme grants is limited. Awards will be subject to an evaluation process by an Awards Tribunal, which will determine the beneficiaries of the grants.

Check the conditions for the Employment Help grants

Choose a programme:
Architecture, Urbanism and Building Construction
Master's degrees

Civil Engineering
Postgraduate courses

Industrial Engineering
Master's degrees

Postgraduate courses

Information and Communication Technologies
Master's degrees

Postgraduate courses

Business Management and Administration
Master's degrees