The students selected in first call of the University for All Program (Prouni) – which offers full or partial scholarships in private colleges to low-income students – will have this Thursday (3) Friday (4 ) to prove the information provided in the application. Prouni is a program created in 2004 and since then, in order to have access to the full scholarship, the student must prove a monthly gross family income of up to 1.5 minimum wage per person.
According to the schedule released by the Ministry of Education (MEC), the result of the second call will be released on March 21 and the selected students will have between March 21 and 29 to prove the information. The waiting list will be available for consultation on April 4 and 5.
For the partial scholarship, the gross monthly family income must be up to three minimum wages per person. It is also necessary that the interested party has completed high school in a public or private school with a full or partial scholarship.
In this year’s edition, the program will consider the last two editions of the National High School Exam (Enem) for admission to undergraduate or sequential specific training courses. In Enem, the candidate must have achieved at least 450 points of average grade and cannot have scored 0 in the essay. Until then, the rule in force was that only the grade of the last edition of Enem, the one immediately prior to the selection process of Prouni, could be used by candidates to enter the program.