Government of MS launches program that will pay salaries of R$1,400 to students | Mato Grosso do Sul

Government of MS launches program that will pay salaries of R$1,400 to students | Mato Grosso do Sul
Government of MS launches program that will pay salaries of R$1,400 to students | Mato Grosso do Sul
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1 of 1 In the new program, the student receives R$1,412.00 per month. — Photo: Leandro Benites
In the new program, the student receives R$1,412.00 per month. — Photo: Leandro Benites

Students taking undergraduate courses or technical professional education courses, in-person or distance learning in Mato Grosso do Sul, will be able to receive a scholarship worth R$ 1,412.00 per month. The initiative is part of the MS Supera program. Registration for the state government program can be made through the website starting next Monday (5).

MS Supera grants social benefits to low-income students to encourage retention and completion of technical or academic training. Registration for the Mato Grosso do Sul Government program can be done through the website. Click here and sign up!

Interested students can register until November 30th.

“It is a great opportunity that the Government of MS opens up for our students and truly supports the permanence and completion of studies for many people who would not be able to do so without this program. At MS Supera we also think about the state’s indigenous population, reserving more than 400 places just for this group”, explains the head of the State Secretariat for Social Assistance and Human Rights (Sead), Patrícia Cozzolino.

Among other criteria, the program allows the registration of students who can prove an individual income of up to one minimum wage or a family income of no more than three minimum wages.

The complete conditions for registration can also be seen in this link.

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