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ITI / UNESCO Collaboration Scholarships. Spain.

ITI/UNESCO Spain Collaboration Scholarships.


The ITI/UNESCO, the Spanish Delegation of the ITI, and the “Alicia Alonso” Dance Foundation call for the Collaboration Scholarship for Postgraduate Training, intended for university students who begin their training in the University Master's Degree in Performing Arts / Management and Leadership of Cultural Projects.

This project is intended to develop research actions within the fields of knowledge addressed in each of the Master's degrees, developing lines of research through specific projects presented by applicants that are directly related to some of the subjects developed in the Master's degree.

Types of Scholarships offered



Includes 50% or 100% of the registration costs of one of the Master's degrees.


Includes out-of-pocket expenses and/or travel within the Autonomous Community. 

International Mobility

It is compatible with other International Mobility Scholarships.

Accommodation and Maintenance

Shared accommodation on a half-board basis.

Application process



The student must first complete the Enrollment process in the Master in Performing Arts / Management and Leadership of Cultural Projects.


Fill out scholarship form

Once you have received the final letter of acceptance of the Master's Degree, fill out the Scholarship Application Form.


Documents to be submitted

Official title. Official Letter of Acceptance to the Master's Degree. Research project on an area of ​​knowledge present in the Master.


Application Review

The Master's academic committee will meet to evaluate the applications and projects presented by applicants.



The Academic Commission may make appointments for interviews with some Scholarship applicants.


Final decision

The Academic Committee will notify the Applicants who obtain the Scholarship through a definitive communication through the Applicant Notification channels.

Scholarship Application

The request must be completed using the form accessible electronically through the button "Application form" found on this page.

The applicant must have previously developed the outline of the project of research  that you will send along with the Form and that will be evaluated by the Academic Committee of the Master.

To complete the application you must attach the scanned documentation within the Application Form electronically on this web page.

Since the application submission process requires completing the above steps, Applicants are advised to start the process early enough to have it completed before the application submission deadline.

When to Apply?

  Opening date Deadline
Submission of applications  September  October
Provisional Resolution   October
Presentation of Allegations October October
Final Resolution   November

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