There are multiple ways to fund your studies at the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya · BarcelonaTech (UPC). Grants, scholarships, mobility grants and loans are offered by the University and other bodies.
Below you will find information on specific scholarships and grants that you can apply for at the FIB. It is necessary to have applied for admission in the corresponding Master to qualify for any of them.
FIB Visiona-FIB is willing to offer five grants (first-year or second year) for a master’s degree at FIB (MIRI, MAI, MEI). Preference will be given to students with economic needs who have already requested a MEC grant (but they have not been granted with it), and that have been graduated at the Facultat d’Informàtica de Barcelona.
Requirements for applicants of first-year grants
Requirements for applicants of second-year grants
September 12th, 2019.
1 grant of 3000 Euros for the course 2019-2020 (paid half in each semester of the academic year)
3 grants of 1500 Euros for the course 2019-2020 (paid half in each semester of the academic year)
everis awards scholarships for the enrolment fees of students on the master's degree at the FIB.
Interested parties must fill in the online form (below).
Preference will be given to the students of the specializations Advanced Computing, Computer Networks and Distributed Systems or Data Science.
Setember 12th, 2019
The financial contribution of each grant is €3,000.
In memoriam of Prof. Nacho Navarro, the Department of Computer Architecture will award 2 grants for FIB graduates that enroll in the MIRI master in the Computer Networks and Distributed Systems or High Performance Computing specialities.
Have graduated from FIB (Facultat d'Informàtica de Barcelona, UPC)
12th September 2019
2 grants for the cost of 50% of the registration fees (approx. 1500€).
The Fundació Catalunya-La Pedrera has announced the inclusion of the master's degree in Artificial Intelligence in its grant program Master d'Excel·lència for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Please, fill in the online form (below).
5th July 2019
This program offers a grant of €7.500 for the master's degree in Artificial Intelligence.
The Fundació Catalunya-La Pedrera has announced the inclusion of the master's degree in Innovation and Research in Informatics in its grant program Master's Degrees Excellence for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Please, fill in the online form (below).
Deadline: 5th July 2019
This program offers a grant of €10,000 for the master's degree in Innovation and Research in Informatics.
ARCO is a world-renowned research group in the areas of computer architecture and compilers for future computing systems, with a long track record of publications in collaboration with industry. Current research projects focus on the following areas:
ARCO is offering a number of scholarship grants for students of the Master in Innovation and Research in Informatics. Successful candidates will join the group to carry out their Master thesis in leading edge research projects of the group related to these topics.
We are seeking bright and highly motivated students with an interest in deepening their research background in the area of computer architecture, especially in the topics listed above.
The duration of each scholarship is for 2 years for new Master students and 1 year for students in their second year of the Master.
After completing the master, selected candidates may opt for a scholarship to pursue a PhD in the ARCO research group.
The amount of the grants is 6,000 € per year.
The inLab FIB offers a limited number of the inLab Talent grants for master’s degree students at the Barcelona School of Informatics during the 2019-2020 academic year. These grants provide funding that is linked to students’ participation in R&D&i projects in collaboration with important ICT companies.
The collaboration will require 20 hours of work per week.
€585.50 per month.
SANS scholarships for the CNDS specialization
The SANS (Statistical Analysis of Networks and Systems, http://sans.ac.upc.edu) is a research group interested on the capture and analysis of data from Internet of Things devices, applied to different areas, such as environmental monitoring, smart cities, and analysis of mobility patterns. More specifically, our current research focuses on how to guarantee data quality and accuracy in community sensor networks made of low cost monitoring equipment by means of machine learning techniques. Current research projects are focused on the following areas:
We are seeking bright and highly motivated students with an interest in deepening their research background in the area of computer networks and distributed systems, especially in the topics listed above. The student will be actively involved in the activities of the research group.
Candidates should submit the following documents in English by email to email@example.com (Jorge García Vidal) and firstname.lastname@example.org (Jose M. Barcelo Ordinas). Please, attach the academic transcript for the undergraduate degree, a CV, and a short presentation letter.
We look for students with a good background in Computer Science, Telecommunication and Electrical Engineering, Mathematics or Physics.
The SANS offers 2 scholarships during the year 2019-2020. The student will collaborate with in activities in the research group related to Data Platforms for Community Sensing and statistical modeling and analysis for spatial sensor data while is following the Master Courses.
The call is open until January 31st 2020. Candidates can apply at any time
The amount of the scholarship is €6,000 per year.
The Spanish Ministry of Education has launched its annual call for “collaboration grants”. These grants are intended for first-year master students who wish to carry out collabora have work with university departments in research activity or in practices related to their studies.
The UPC Research Group in Discrete, Combinatorial and Computational Geometry is willing to incorporate a student with a collaboration grant. You can find information on our research group through this link: https://dccg.upc.edu/
In order to apply for one of these grants, you must submit a collaboration project with a university department. If you are interested, we will discuss and write the project with you.
The mean grade is computed as follows:
Grade_of_a_course = (points * course_number_of_credits) / (total_number_of_credits)
Total_grade = sum of the grades of all the courses
Projects must be submitted for evaluation to the university by September 4. Therefore, we urge you to contact us in order to prepare all the paperwork and submit the application in time.