Academic Excellence Scholarship - Law


The grants cover up to 80% of the tuition fees for each year of your degree programme. In this way, the cost is similar to the academic fees you pay in state or public universities.  


  1. Friday 29 May 2020: Grants for Academic Excellence (BEA) Examinations

The final decision on the Academic Excellence Scholarship is solely the responsibility of the Scholarships Committee, which reserves the right to accept or reject any application. 

For further information, please contact:

Head of Admissions for Law
Tel.: (+34) 93 254 18 00

Cristina Vallès

Terms and conditions of the scholarship – 2020-2021 academic year*

There is a limited number of grants. To apply for this call, it is essential to meet the following requirements, which under no circumstances will guarantee the award of the grant: 

Academic requirements

  1. Have an average mark of 8 or higher from their first year of upper secondary education. 
  2. Pass UIC Barcelona's specific entrance exam for law students for our Grants for Academic Excellence.

Financial requirements

None. For reasons already indicated and taking into account that we want to award talent and effort, participation in the grants programme has no requisites as far as personal or family financial circumstances are concerned.

Procedure and timelines

You must fill in the admissions form online and send the documentation requested via email to 
The entrance examination for the call for the Grants for Academic Excellence will take place on our Barcelona campus (c/ Immaculada, 22).

Degrees eligible for the scholarship:

  • Law
  • ADE + Law
  • ADE + Political Science (it doesn't include a grant for the second degree)
  • Law + International Studies (it doesn't include a grant for the second degree)
  • Law + Humanities (it doesn't include a grant for the second degree)

Grant renewal

To renew a Grant for Academic Excellence for the following academic year students will have to meet the academic requirements established by UIC Barcelona.
Additionally, students who obtain a Grant for Academic Excellence (BEA) will have to work for 15 hours per year, on tasks assigned to them by the department they are affiliated to. The hours can be concentrated into specific activities or can be distributed throughout the whole year according to each department’s needs.