Yes. The course is addressed to students on their 1st and 2nd year of high school in the science and/or technology modality.
Once selected and to confirm the place in the program, each student must pay the registration fee for the Youth for Medicine program of €590 through the website.
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You can find all the information in the General Conditions section.
Yes, it is fully compatible as long as you accomplish the access requirements and the program does not overlap with another.
Through the registration section on the website. Fill out the form online, which you will receive when your parents or guardians have registered you (and added your email address). This is the only way you can send us your letter of motivation and academic records. We do not accept these documents via email or post.
Yes. The Science and Food Campus is exclusively aimed at 1st and 2nd year baccalaureate students.
Registration for the Science and Food Campus 2021 will close on April 14 at 11:59 p.m.
English is very important in science, and it is the only vehicular language used during the program. Therefore, it is an essential point for the selection and absolutely necessary to attend BIYSC.
- Aged between 16 and 18 years old during the Program.
- Good academic record, which must be accompanied by an eagerness and motivation to participate in the program. We are looking for talented and curious young people who, apart from having good academic results, have a genuine interest for scientific research.
- Good command of English language.
- Intention to pursue a career in science.
- Commitment to take the most of the opportunities offered by the program.
In the majority of social spaces we offer the Eat in Company service, which guarantees a healthy, balanced meal at an affordable price.
At Social Spaces you can take part in either the morning or the afternoon, for 2-5 days a week.
Taking part in the Rems programme is easy: just head to one of the spaces where the Foundation offers the programme: booking an appointment by telephone, email or in person. There is no need to be recommended by other services.
All the Social Spaces where the project is carried out are registered in the Health Register of Food Products and Industries of Catalonia (RSIPAC), and our spaces are regularly inspected by the Public Health Agency.
The project is run by volunteers and directed by the coordinator of the Social Space. The team receives continuous training in good food practice and dealing with elderly people, especially those with cognitive impairment issues.
The service is open from Monday to Friday, and you can stay for lunch as many days as you want.
Signing up is easy: just head to one of the social spaces where the Foundation offers the programme: book an appointment by telephone, email or in person. There is no need to be recommended by other services.
You will not be able to apply for the Mad for science programme if you are taking part in the Youth and Science Programme or Nature Campus. However, taking part in this course is fully compatible with BIYSC, as long as you meet the admission requirements.
Yes. All the courses are for 1st year Baccalaureate students studying the science and/or technology option, except for the Earth Sciences course, which is aimed at 1st Baccalaureate students regardless of which option they have chosen, and the Economics course, which is open to all 1st and 2nd year Baccalaureate students.
The programme lasts for three years:
1st year | STAGE 1 - Scientific stays at MónNatura Pirineus: 50 students in 4th year of ESO will be chosen to have a scientific research experience at MónNatura Pirineus, working on one of the 5 projects led by top-notch researchers and spending 13 days living in an idyllic setting in the Valls d'Àneu.
2nd year | STAGE 2 - Research centre stays: students who have already been chosen and who have completed the first year of their baccalaureate studies in science and/or technology can continue their science experience at a local research centre.
3rd year | STAGE 3 - International research stays: students must apply for a project they are interested in working on over the summer at an international (or local) research centre, or participate in an international science programme.
Yes. The Youth and Science Programme is aimed at 4th year ESO students. It lasts for three years, which means students will take part in the different phases of the programme during the summers of the 4th year of ESO, and the 1st and 2nd years of baccalaureate study.
Yes, the public parts of the building visit are wheelchair accessible, with the exception of the rooftop, which does not allow wheelchairs or baby strollers as Gaudi’s design for the structure is very uneven. However, there is a platform on the roof that can be accessed via an elevator, so visitors can enjoy the view. For more information on accessibility at La Pedrera, please click here. If you have any questions, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also offer wheelchairs to make your visit more comfortable. This is a free service, subject to availability. Please book them in advance by contacting email@example.com.
First thing in the morning (from 9 am to 10 am), and in the afternoon (from 4 pm onwards) are the least crowded times, when you will be able to visit the building most comfortably. Keep in mind that our opening hours vary depending on the time of year. Click here to see the opening hours for La Pedrera.
Yes. In order to get the special rates for residents of Catalonia, you will need to present a valid ID or NIE at our ticket offices, to confirm that the address is in Catalonia. If your ID doesn’t show your current address, you must also provide a utility bill or certificate to prove your address.
Not necessarily, but we strongly recommended it in order to save time queuing and waiting at the ticket office, as well as to save money on management fees. You can buy your tickets for La Pedrera online, on the website.
The Catalunya La Pedrera Foundation works in five key areas: People, Talent, Nature, Culture and Food.
The headquarters of the Foundation are at La Pedrera - Casa Milà (Passeig de Gràcia, 92), a building that has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Catalunya La Pedrera Foundation was founded on 1 January, 2013 to respond to a new social reality with a new vision. Our surroundings change, greater social consciousness arises, and new needs and ambitions emerge. That is why we strive to reinvent ourselves, without losing the essence of what we are: a Foundation that aims for ethics and innovation, believes in proximity and dynamism, and seeks to transform our dedication to the Catalan region and its people into action. This means doing different things, and above all, doing them differently, while guaranteeing that we are also a financially sustainable entity.