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PESC offers a limited number of scholarships from the Brazilian funding agencies CAPES and CNPq for both Master and Doctorate programs. The scholarship should be requested during the admission process within the application system. Only full-time students may apply for grants.

The scholarship values are available at the following links: CAPES / CNPq


Master Students:

Important: Master candidates applying for scholarships are strongly recommended to take the POSCOMP exam, as it is an essential criterion for grant ranking purposes. Applications for the exam are usually around June/July. The GRE can replace this exam for scholarship purposes.

Obs: Master scholarships are only distributed once a year, analyzing candidates from the 1st and 3rd  entrances (ex. 2019.3 and 2020.1 are analyzed together). Thus, granted candidates for the 3rd  quarter will only receive the first payment from January of the following year. Scholarships for the 1st  quarter usually start from March.


Waiting list:

In the case of new scholarships are available, students in the waiting list will only be granted whether they have achieved excellent scores until that moment. The periods below specify the maximum time a student stays in the waiting list, and consequently, still has a chance of receiving a scholarship:

Master: the waiting list is valid until the end of the following second trimester, for students entering on the 1st or 3rd trimesters.

Doctorate: a student stays in the waiting list for three consecutive quarters at the maximum..


Foreigners:

Foreigner candidates may also apply for specific scholarships, such as  PEC-PG or TWAS-CNPq. Candidates applying for international scholarships may enroll in the next year in case they are accepted (to comply with the scholarship calendar).

Note that our admission process is not directly associated with any international scholarship program, so it is usually necessary to go through our admission process first to receive an acceptance letter (traditionally required by the international programs).

We suggest the following agenda for international scholarship applications:

  1. Choose an international scholarship program, and observe its proposed deadlines;
  2. Enroll in one of PESC’s admission process that has the final date before the scholarship deadline;
  3. In case of acceptance, require an acceptance letter to PESC;
  4. With the acceptance letter, apply for the scholarship;
  5. In case you are granted the scholarship, enroll in the next available quarter, usually, the international scholarships are synchronized to start the graduate program in March (1st quarter).

 


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