Spanish Cooperation and its member institutions (AECID, Fundación Carolina, FIIAPP) are firmly committed to the training of both Spaniards and citizens of partner countries, offering training opportunities both in Spain and abroad.
For the academic year 2021/2022 the AECID has designed the following calls to achieve its aims:
- Grants for young Spaniards (including artistic residencies at the Spanish Academy in Rome)
Artistic and research residency programme at the Royal Academy of Spain in Rome (RAER).
Programme of scholarships for young Spaniards for training in cultural management and scientific diplomacy in the foreign network of diplomatic representations, Spanish cultural centres and the AECID.
- Lectorates for Spaniards – Promotion of Spanish in Foreign Universities
Spanish graduates in one of the following disciplines: Spanish, Philology, Literature, Languages, Humanities, Translation, Interpreting or Linguistics, who wish to teach Spanish in foreign universities and centres.
- Scholarships for AECID partner countries – Latin America, Africa and Asia
Facilitates the mobility and international projection of Ibero-American creators at the Spanish Academy in Rome.
It offers the opportunity for civil officials or personnel integrated in the public systems, including the education and university system, of Latin American countries and the Philippines to study a Master’s degree in Spain in priority areas of special impact on development, in accordance with the thematic and geographic priorities of the V Master Plan for Spanish Cooperation.
ÁFRICA-MED Scholarship Programme:
It offers the opportunity for citizens of African and Middle Eastern countries included in the bilateral strategies of the 5th Master Plan for Spanish Cooperation, and for Sub-Saharan African countries receiving Official Development Assistance (ODA) included in the list published by the Development Assistance Committee (DAC) of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), to study for Master’s degrees, research stays, training courses and non-labour internships in Spain.
Training of young talents in piano, violin, viola, cello, double bass, oboe, horn, trumpet, clarinet, bassoon, flute or singing from Latin American countries.
It offers the opportunity to carry out the programme of activities established by each of the Academies during the on-site training collaboration stay, in the field of linguistics, lexicography and Hispanic philology and with special attention to the joint projects of ASALE.
For more information, please head to: https://www.aecid.es/ES/becas-y-lectorados