Bag University reports record enrollment and publishes results on Friday

With more than 65mil entries the program broke the record since its inception, in 2009.
08/11/2017 15h18 - Updated 9/11/2017 17h58

The University Grant Program (PBI), Manaus Prefecture, recorded 65.823 subscribers, the highest number since its inception, in 2009. The result of this issue, facing the school year 2018, It will be released next Friday, 10/11, and will be available at Registrations started day 20 October and were closed on Tuesday, 7/11.

"We celebrate this brand not because it is a record, but give us the certainty that society relies on our work, You know the program seriously and want the opportunity to attend a graduation. This shows us that we are on track ", He celebrated the general director of the Municipal Public Service School and social and educational inclusion (Espi) - that management or program -, Stela Cyrino. The previous record was registered 2012, They were recorded when 61.541 candidates.

The next step of the program is the dissemination of results, solemnly scheduled for Friday, 10/11. In Portal Espi, applicants may consult the Register individually and also check the classified list. "After this phase, will, from 21 a 24 from November, delivery of documentation selected in the First Call, that is the time that the applicant proves the information provided in the application ", He highlighted the Director General.

This year, Bolsa University has offered 16.174 vacancies in 13 institutions: Martha Hawk, The room, Nilton Lins, Marterdei, Fucapi, Fametro, IAES, Dom Bosco, Good news, tight, Uninorte, Esbam and Maurício de Nassau.

The scholarship 50%, 75% e 100% They are aimed at residents of Manaus, who have no undergraduate degree, They are not enrolled in public higher education institution and have per capita family income of up to one minimum wage and a half.

Created 2009, the PBU is governed by Law No. 1.931 from 19 November 2014 and regulated by Decree No. 2.981 from 22 December 2014.

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