For FGV EESP undergraduate economics courses, up to five merit scholarships are available, paying 100% of the monthly school fees, for the top five performers in the university entrance exam. Up to five merit scholarships are also available for those coming in sixth to tenth place in the university entrance exam, and the percentage exemption from monthly school fees will be decided in each case by the division.
To maintain their scholarship, candidates must meet the following conditions:
a) Those rated in the top 10 in the university entrance exam who are awarded a merit scholarship must enroll by the deadline established in this public notice.
b) During every academic performance evaluation period, the top five performers in the university entrance exam must come within the top 10 students in their class.
c) During every academic performance evaluation period, the sixth to tenth top performers in the university entrance exam must come within the top 15 students in their class.
d) Nobody with a scholarship may fail more than two exams, consecutive or otherwise, in the subjects they study.
e) Nobody with a scholarship may have received any disciplinary penalties, in accordance with articles 66 to 69 of FGV-EESP’s Statute.
f) They must not have halted their studies in the course in which they stood out in the corresponding selection process, except in the case of a student exchange, not lasting more than one school year, organized through a program supported by FGV-EESP, or because of conscription into national service.
IMPORTANT: Merit scholarships are personal and non-transferable. If a candidate with a scholarship fails to enroll or a student drops out of their course, their scholarship will not be transferred to another candidate or student. If students fail to comply with the rules specified in items “a,” “d,” “e,” or “f,” they will irrevocably lose their right to their scholarship.
If candidates lose their merit scholarship by failing to abide by rules “b” or “c,” they may regain it if in the next semester’s academic performance evaluation period they meet the conditions specified in items “b” or “c.”