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SiSU is getting closer and, therefore, thousands of young people can start thinking about the universities they want to enter. Know more!

The Unified Selection System (SiSU) 2024 has exciting news for those who are interested in higher education! With a total of 264,360 places distributed across 127 higher education institutions, this edition of SiSU promises incredible opportunities for students from all over Brazil. But do you know which institutions are offering the largest number of places?

In this article, we will dive into the details of SiSU 2024, discovering the main vacancies by institution and how you can prepare to take advantage of this opportunity. Let’s go?

Will you participate in SiSU this year? Find out how the system works and don’t miss your chance! / Credit: @jeanedeoliveirafotografia / pronatec.pro.br

Discover what’s new at SiSU 2024: abundant vacancies and opportunities

Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ): leading the list with an impressive 9,240 vacancies; Fluminense Federal University (UFF): offering a total of 8,788 vacancies; Federal University of Paraíba (UFPB): offering 7,750 vacancies for candidates;

In addition to these, other institutions such as the State University of Paraíba (UEPB), State University of Piauí (UESPI) and the State University of Bahia (UNEB) also stand out for their significant number of vacancies.

Federal Institutes and professional education

SiSU 2024 also includes vacancies at federal institutes and technological education centers. Institutions such as the Federal Institute of São Paulo (IFSP) and the Federal Institute of Ceará (IFCE) are among the main providers of vacancies, guaranteeing a diversity of options for those seeking technical and professional training.

How to participate in SiSU 2024

Firstly, the Unified Selection System (SiSU) is a program managed by the Ministry of Education (MEC) of Brazil, which offers places in public higher education institutions for students who participated in the National Secondary Education Examination (ENEM).

Through an online system, candidates can enroll in courses at various universities and federal institutes, being selected based on their ENEM grades. SiSU democratizes access to higher education, allowing students from across the country to compete for places in different institutions, expanding their educational and professional opportunities. Here’s how to participate:

Registration: the registration period for the SiSU 2024 selection process will be from January 22nd to 25th. It is important to pay attention to the dates and prepare all the necessary documents. To do this, access the website: anyone who participated in the most recent edition of the National Secondary Education Exam (ENEM) can register before the system’s selection process.

Beyond SiSU: learn about FIES and ProUni as paths to higher education

Finally, did you know that your Enem score is also used for other ways of entering higher education? Check out!

FIES: flexible financing for higher education

The Student Financing Fund (FIES) is a federal government initiative that offers students the opportunity to finance undergraduate courses at private higher education institutions. This program is particularly useful for those who did not get a place at SiSU or do not have the financial means to pay the monthly fees.

The main advantages of FIES include low interest rates and a grace period that allows the student to start paying the financing only after completing the course. To qualify, candidates must have participated in ENEM and meet family income criteria.

ProUni: scholarships at private institutions

The University for All Program (ProUni), on the other hand, offers full and partial scholarships (50%) at private higher education institutions. This program is aimed at students who do not have a higher education degree and who meet certain income requirements.

In addition, you must have taken the ENEM and obtained a minimum score. ProUni is an excellent option for those looking for quality higher education without the need for financing, facilitating access to quality education for low-income students.

Both programs, FIES and ProUni, represent valuable alternatives to SiSU, expanding the possibilities of access to higher education in Brazil.

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