Young Writing the Future Scholarship 2021, TODAY: requirements, amounts and how to access the payment if you live in Mexico |  Government of Mexico |  Edomex |  CDMX |  United States |  USA |  USA |  MEXICO

Find out what requirements you need and how to register in Depor. The program ‘Young People Writing the Future Scholarship‘is intended for all those students who have been having a hard time because of the pandemic. The Government of Andrés Manuel López Obrador, together with the National Coordination of Scholarships for Well-being Benito Juárez (CNBBBJ), has the purpose of combating school dropouts that occur in Mexico. Thanks to a deposit to the beneficiaries, the local authorities trust that thousands of students will leave the 2021-2022 School Cycle.

According to the convocation of the CNBBBJ, the amount to receive in the scholarship is 2,400 pesos per month, the same that will be paid bimonthly. In short, every two months 4,800 pesos will be awarded to thousands of students in Mexico. It is also important to note that the scholarship will be available from November 1 to November 30 of the same month.

Young People Writing the Future Scholarship: how to register

In case you wish to enroll in this new program, we remind you that registration will be enabled until Tuesday, November 30. To carry it out, you must access the following Internet page: https://subes.becasbenitojuarez.gob.mx/.

If you do not have an account, you must create one. Here you will be asked for CURP, email and password. Then, you will have to activate your school record where ‘School information’ appears in the ‘Profile’ menu.

Once the data has been filled in, you must choose the institution you go to and click on ‘Activate’. In the ‘Request scholarship’ section a section will appear where it says ‘Available programs’. Here you will have to look for the corresponding Scholarship, filling in the questionnaire.

Requirements for the ‘Young People Writing the Future Scholarship’

The CNBBBJ has requested all students who apply for the call for the scholarship to meet the following requirements:

  • Be enrolled in the schooled modality in any public institution of Higher Education.
  • Be a maximum of 29 years of age before December 31, 2020.
  • Applicants enrolled in any of the following institutions are exempt from the age requirement: Intercultural Universities; Indigenous Normal Schools; Normal Schools that teach the model of intercultural education; Rural Normal Schools; Universities for Wellbeing Benito Juárez and Health University of CDMX and Puebla.
  • Students must have an estimated monthly per capita income less than the Poverty Income Limit (LPI).
  • They must not have received any other financial support provided by any agency or entity of the federal public administration simultaneously.
  • Students must enter the registration of their application in the SUBES system: https://subes.becasbenitojuarez.gob.mx.

Youth Writing the Future Scholarship: payment amount

The amount to be received by students who are accepted in the ‘Young Writing the Future Scholarship’ will be $ 4,800 Mexican pesos, which will be distributed over two periods of time as provided by the authorities.

  • November – December 2021: $ 4800 pesos.

Beneficiaries of the ‘Young People Writing the Future Scholarship’

The purpose of this support is to help the students who are selected with the scholarship, so that they can continue with their studies with less difficulties. Of course, the program will be aimed at students who are enrolled in a priority institution of Higher Education of the National Educational System and that this is in a condition of poverty or vulnerability.

In the same way, for all those who are of indigenous or Afro-descendant origin, as well as for those who live in areas with high rates of violence. These are the universities and schools that are part of the program:

  • Intercultural Universities.
  • Indigenous Normal Schools.
  • Intercultural Normal Schools.
  • Rural Normal Schools.
  • Universities for Well-being Benito Juárez.
  • Health University of CDMX and the state of Puebla.
  • Schools located in indigenous or highly marginalized localities and / or municipalities.
  • Federal and state public Normal Schools.
  • Antonio Narro Autonomous Agrarian University.
  • Autonomous University of Chapingo.

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