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Federal Institute of São Paulo offers 800 places in higher education courses completely free of charge

Written by Valdemar Medeiros
Published 20/05/2024 às 18:09
Federal Institute of São Paulo offers 800 places in higher education courses completely free of charge
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Registration open for free courses at the Federal Institute of São Paulo (IFSP). Hundreds of places available in higher education courses in various units.

The Federal Institute of São Paulo (IFSP) is open for registration for the entrance exam for the second semester of this year. Both registrations and free courses. 800 places are offered in higher education courses on the institution's nine campuses in the state of São Paulo.

List of free courses at the Federal Institute of São Paulo (IFSP)

Vacancies are offered in undergraduate higher education courses on the following campuses: Bragança Paulista, Campinas, Guarulhos, Campos do Jordão, Jacareí, Salto, Presidente Epitácio, São Carlos and São Paulo. The free courses at the Federal Institute of São Paulo are distributed in the following ways:

Bragança Paulista

Technology in Systems Analysis and Development – ​​6 semesters – Evening – 40 places.

Campos do Jordão

Technology in Systems Analysis and Development – ​​6 semesters – Evening – 40 places.

Campinas

Technology in Systems Analysis and Development – ​​6 semesters – Evening – 40 places.

Guarulhos

Degree in Mathematics – 8 semesters – Evening – 40 places.

President Epitacio

Degree in Literature – Portuguese/English Qualification – 8 semesters – Evening – 40 places.

jacarei

Degree in Pedagogy – 8 semesters – Evening – 40 places.

Salto

Technology in Systems Analysis and Development – ​​5 semesters – Evening – 40 places.

San Carlos

Technology in Management Processes – 4 semesters – Evening – 40 places;

Technology in Systems Analysis and Development – ​​6 semesters – Evening – 40 places.

São Paulo

Degree in Literature – 8 semesters – Evening – 40 places;

Technology in Industrial Automation – 6 semesters – Evening – 40 places;

Bachelor's Degree in Electronic Engineering – 10 semesters – Full – 40 places;

Degree in Geography – 8 semesters – Evening – 40 places;

Technology in Systems Analysis and Development – ​​6 semesters – Evening – 40 places;

Technology in Tourism Management – ​​6 semesters – Evening – 40 places;

Technology in Industrial Production Management – ​​6 semesters – Evening – 40 places;

Degree in Mathematics – 8 semesters – Evening – 40 places;

Technology in Electrical Systems – 6 semesters – Evening – 40 places;

Bachelor's Degree in Production Engineering – 10 semesters – Full – 40 places;

Degree in Physics – 10 semesters – Evening – 40 places.

Learn how to enroll in IFSP free courses

The registration deadline for higher education courses is open until June 16th. Classes start on July 24th.

O Enem IFSP Entrance Exam will exclusively use the grades obtained in the National High School Exam (Enem), 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023 editions to classify candidates. Candidates cannot have been eliminated in any of the tests or obtained a zero grade in the essay.

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The Federal Institute of São Paulo (IFSP) maintains the affirmative action policy in the distribution of vacancies in its selective process with the aim of complying with current legislation. In this way, half of the places in each training course are reserved only for candidates who studied high school in full at Brazilian public educational institutions.

What requirements are considered for public school students?

The information declared by the candidate when registering for the selection process is used by the system to automatically define different classification lists, in which the candidate will compete with their score. For candidates who studied fully in Brazilian public schools, the reservation lists for places on free courses also consider requirements such as:

PPI if the candidate declares himself black, mixed race or indigenous, PCD if the candidate is a person with a disability (in accordance with Article 2 of Law No. 13.146/15) and Income, if the gross income per person residing in the same household is less than or equal to R$ 1.412,00 in force in the three months prior to the registration date, that is, February, March and April.

It is very important to pay attention when filling out the Registration Form and the Socioeconomic Questionnaire, since even if the candidate meets the requirements, if his answers do not identify him for the reserved places in higher education courses, he will only compete for places with broad competition. .

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Valdemar Medeiros

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