Anpad Inclusive aims to include social groups historically marginalized in our society in Brazilian graduate programs. In order to help everyone have access to teaching opportunities, we are publishing Carrefour LTDA’s public notice so that associated programs interested in contributing to make access to higher education, scientific careers and postgraduate courses inclusive can apply.
The company recently released a public notice on the opening of the program for granting study and permanence grants for black people for undergraduate courses and graduate programs in public and private educational institutions, with an emphasis on graduate studies. The group will provide R$ 68 million for the program. According to the public notice, the scholarships include both tuition fees for private universities and a scholarship for selected students.
For undergraduate courses and graduate programs in public institutions, the only payment will be the permanence grant. Registration will be open from August 31st to September 27th and must be done exclusively online, filling out the form available on the Cebraspe website. In addition to the form, all necessary documents must be sent to prove the requirements indicated in the public notice.
To learn more about ANPAD Inclusive, click here.