UTM calls for students to register for the Benito Juárez scholarship
The Technological University of Morelia (UTM), calls for...
The scholarship provides support of 2,575 pesos per month
Morelia, Michoacán, September 12, 2023.- The Technological University of Morelia (UTM), calls on its undergraduate or higher university technical students to register for the Benito Juárez Wellbeing Scholarship Program, which will be available until September 29 of 2023.
This notification was made through an information assembly aimed at the students of the institution, where the registration process was presented. During the talk given by the Benito Juárez Wellbeing Scholarship Programs staff, it was highlighted that the University has moved up from Participation level 1, which enhances the opportunities for students to access this program.
In said assembly, Rector Graciela Andrade García Peláez encouraged students to take advantage of the benefits of these scholarships and to be attentive to the necessary procedures to obtain the support of 2,575 pesos per month, which is granted for a period of up to ten months. in fiscal year 2023.
The application process must be carried out through the home page to access the applicant system at the following link: https://subes.becasbenitojuarez.gob.mx/ and to participate in the program, those interested must be undergraduate students or higher university technicians, be enrolled in the current school period and meet the requirements established in the 2023 Operating Rules of the Young People Writing the Future Program.
If they are beneficiaries, students must pay attention to their profile of the Single System of Higher Education Beneficiaries (SUBES), since through this platform they will receive messages with information related to the payment of the scholarship. The results can be consulted in the SUBES profile during the last week of October 2023.
In addition, during the informative assembly, Antonio de Jesús Madriz Estrada, Regional Director of the Welfare Secretariat in Morelia, was present; Luis Felipe Mendiola Báez, Liaison Liaison in the State of the Benito Juárez Scholarships for Wellbeing Program and Carlos Rangel Jiménez, Operational Support Assistant, who provided additional information and clarified doubts.