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This is a catalogue about a new project to be introduced at a local university. Certain lecturers will be entitled to "time out" for private study and updating their knowledge about the subjects they teach. I've come unstuck with this sentence:
"Valoración y distribución de recursos:
Los criterios de concesión de ayudas se basarán en la antigüedad sin disfrute como mínimo en los últimos 5 años, la categoría académica..."
OK, so funding, or in this case credits, is based on seniority and not having had any benefits/perks/time out during at least the last 5 years.
Can somebody find a more elegant way of expressing this, please??!!
not have received aid for at least the last five years
Explanation: I would say <ayudas> would be aid, and the idea is that the instructor granted leave hasn't received any such aid for at least five years. Sounds a lot like a sabbatical to me (although for a sabbatical I think you have to wait 7 years).