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Leading law firms grant funds

The firms that compose ISDE and that, through their programs, nourish their staff with professionals trained according to the needs of their clients, face today the need to cover positions in a situation in which, more than ever, it is necessary that these new professionals can exercise their work with efficiency from the first day that they join their staff.

The current crisis caused by the Covid-19 has made it more difficult for many students and their families to access these programs that, at ISDE, these firms design, manage and teach. That is why they have decided to provide a special fund for scholarships that will allow students who need it to be able to cover the cost of the programs and not lose these young professionals that they need to incorporate.

The scholarships will be subject to passing the admission process of ISDE and will be granted according to merit and economic need, being assessed according to the following criteria:



  • Average grade of your undergraduate studies.
  • Knowledge of languages.
  • Professional experience or related internships.
  • Other related studies.

Financial need:

  • Displacement from the place of origin.
  • Large family.
  • Disability.
  • Others (particular economic needs, that the applicant wants to raise)

Scholarship application

If you wish to apply for one of these scholarships, you can do so in parallel with your selection process for the ISDE programme you wish to take part in. To do so, you must fill in the attached form and send it to together with the documentation that proves what you have stated in the form. For example, the average mark with the academic record of the career or the language level with the corresponding certificates.

The scholarship fund assigned to a program is always distributed before the beginning of the program and until the amount is depleted. For this reason, it is not possible to apply for a scholarship once the program has started.

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