BCC students may have access to the following types of aid:
BASQUE CULINARY CENTER FOUNDATION GRANTS
The Study Grant Commission for the Basque Culinary Center Foundation, charged to own funds, decides to grant economic aid that covers 50% of the registration fees, for a maximum of 20% of the students legally resident in Spanish territory for the 2021/2022 year.
The grants of the Basque Culinary Center Foundation are compatible with other public aid or grants, providing that this is thus provided and that over-financing does not exist.
- Students with usual place of residence in any autonomous community other than the Basque Country may request the grants and aid to study university degrees from the Ministry of Education. Students with Spanish nationality living abroad may also apply for this aid.
- Students with usual place of residence in the Basque Country must request the grants from the Basque Government.
STUDY / WORK
Students will be able to access the study/work grants offered by the Basque Culinary Center Foundation. These are collaborations in different departments of the Faculty, which are compatible with training and are published throughout the academic year on the BCC Students App. The scholarships provide financial support to cover the cost of tuition fees, as well as an opportunity to develop professional skills in different areas.
Likewise, to facilitate the search for employment compatible with the Degree, part-time job offers from restaurants in the area are published through the App so that each student can contact the establishment directly.
GRANTS FROM COMPANIES THAT WORK WITH BCC
Companies that work with BCC offer grants to students of all years through gastronomic challenges that will be proposed by the brands themselves.
Third and fourth year Degree students can apply for a Erasmus+ grant. These grants promote international mobility and work placements within Europe.