MEC publish rules to fill remaining vacancies Fies

Now fill can be for any course and shift all institutions available.
15/08/2016 20h31 - Updated 15/08/2016 20h31
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The Ministry of Education published, in this Monday (15), the new rules for the occupation of vacancies remaining the Student Financing Fund (Fies) for the second half of this year. In this issue, They were made available 75 thousand jobs in private educational institutions throughout the country. The ordinance was published in the Official Gazette.

According to the new rules, vacancies will be offered according to the sum of the remaining positions of all institutions of higher education (IES). The filling of vacancies may occur in any course and turn the sponsor of institutions that had vacancies selected by the Higher Education Department of the Ministry in the regular selection process.

In the previous rule, MEC provided for the distribution of seats among the courses of their own educational institution.

To compete for vacancies, candidates must have completed the National High School Exam (one), from 2010, and have gotten more than average 450 points in the objective, besides not having zeroed writing. They can participate people with per capita family income of up to three minimum wages.

The entries must be made by the Selection page Fies, system that will manage the occupation of vacancies. Then, the candidate has up to two business days to complete enrollment in the Computerised System Fies site (SisFies). After this process, the applicant must prove within five days that fits the requirements to run for seat in the Permanent Commission for Supervision and Monitoring (CPSA).

The Ministry of Education also reinforced in the publication that the agreements for student finance this call will only be valid for this semester.

Rio de Janeiro

Registrations in institutions in the municipality of Rio de Janeiro will be suspended between 5 e 22 August because of the Olympic Games.

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