According to INAGBE, of the 8000 scholarships, 7000 will go to undergraduate courses while the remaining 1000 to postgraduate courses.
Luanda tops the list of provinces with the most places available, with a total of 3938 scholarships (3171 for undergraduate and 767 for postgraduate). At the end of the table comes Cunene, with only 38 places.
The official, quoted by Angop, informed that the registrations, which start on the 8th of November and will run until the 7th of December, will be carried out online to ensure greater organization and transparency in the process.
He also took the opportunity to indicate that the graduation scholarships are intended for students between 25 and 35 years old. As for postgraduate vacancies, students must not be over 35 years old for master's degrees and 45 years old for doctoral courses.
He also added that for licentiate, students enrolled in the first or second year can also apply.
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