Evidence of the Vestibular and SIS UEA are applied from Sunday (21)

SIS test will be held on Tuesday (23). altogether, 5,3 thousand jobs are offered.
16/10/2018 18h12 - Updated 16/10/2018 18h12
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The evidence of the Vestibular 2018, access 2019, the University of the State of Amazonas (UEA) They will apply on Sunday (21) and on Monday (22). On Tuesday (23), the tests will be held the Series Ticket System (SIS). candidate's calling cards with local tests are available in portal da UEA, Vestibular SIS links and the tab “Tasting Places”.

Applicants should be aware of the closing time of gates (12h50 – In Manaus hours) and take the original identification document (identity, driver license, passport, certificate of reservist, working papers, functional portfolios issued by public body). The tests start at 13h (in Manaus hours).

In this year, 5.337 vacancies are being offered by the UAS through Vestibular and SIS, including 264 vacancies for indigenous students and 340 vacancies for People with Disabilities (PcD).

For Vestibular are offered 3.199 vacancies, and 1.178 vacancies to the capital and 1.662 the interior spaces, Besides 138 places for indigenous and 221 PCD.

The SIS has Notice 2.138 vacancies, and 785 vacancies to the capital and 1.108 for indoor or, Besides 126 places for indigenous and 119 PCD.

The templates of the evidence of the Vestibular and SIS will be released from 20h (Manaus time) day 22 e 23 October 2018, respectively, by applicant's CPF for consultation on the website of UEA, the Vestibular links and SIS.

The final ranking of candidates will be released on 4 from December, beyond the Institutional Enrollment Notice for admission to the first half of 2018.

Medical expertise, aimed at candidates with disabilities, held between 10 e 14 from December.

The Institutional Enrollment Notice for courses starting in the second half 2018 It will be announced on 25 April 2019.

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