When does the Youth 2022 Call for Scholarships Writing the Future appear?

One of the questions that scholarship holders ask themselves is: When does the call for the 2022 Youth Writing the Future Scholarships appear?

UN1N is responding to the concerns of women and men who wish to participate in the 2022 call for the Youth Writing Future Scholarships.

When does the Youth 2022 Call for Scholarships Writing the Future appear?

The National Coordination of Benito Juárez Sponsorship Scholarships (CNBBBJ) Note that the call will be posted soon Youth Writing the Future (JEF) Scholarship 2022.

This scholarship is a support given to university students so that they can continue or finish their studies at a higher level.

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These scholarships can be taken for up to 30 months, while the recipients are registered.

In the first semester of the 2020-2021 school year, National Scholarship Coordination 410 thousand grants Young Scholarships Writing the Future (JEF) for the same number of students.

This social program, also known colloquially as AMLO University Scholarships, 4,800 pesos are awarded every two months during the ten months of the school year.

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JEF, Priority Schools for AMLO Scholarships

The Young People’s Writing the Future call has been posted on the Benito Juárez Scholarship website, but registration is done through the SUBES system.

Each year, two calls for this social support are published. However, due to the 2021 elections, no call for applications was opened in the past year. These scholarships In February, only one call was opened During the second half of the year.

This social support is aimed at students of higher education institutions studying at the higher technical level or university degree.

Scholarships are subject to budget availability and priority will be given to applicants enrolled in:

  1. multicultural universities;
  2. Indigenous regular schools;
  3. Regular schools that teach a multicultural education model;
  4. regular rural schools;
  5. Headquarters of the Coordinating Body for Universities for the Care of Benito Juárez García; And,
  6. Health University of Mexico City.

The following schools enter into the eligibility process based on prioritization and budget availability:

  • schools in indigenous areas and/or municipalities;
  • schools in high or very high marginal areas;
  • public regular schools;
  • Autonomous Agricultural University Antonio Naro;
  • Chapingo Independent University.

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