Within the framework of the grant application process for 2019, the Ministry of Education reported that more than 397,000 students could gain access to a number of study benefits to pursue higher education over the next year.
According to MineduC data, 496,771 students completed a total of FUAS & apos; s, of which 80% (397,644) of their socioeconomic status information and may have state funding for access to higher education as long as they meet the necessary requirements for access to grants, scholarships of tariffs or credits and sign up for accredited institutions.
In that sense, over 254,000 young people could choose Gratuidad in 2019, as they are among the 60% of the country's lowest-income households. In order to gain access to the service, students must enroll in institutions that are associated with this public order and comply with the other requirements.
In so many nearly 94,000 people, they need to realize the process of socio-economic evaluation directly in the study halls to achieve a result of assignment, as the information provided in the FUAS is inconsistent or incomplete.
As of this year, the Higher Education Act establishes a new collection regulation for students in deciles 7, 8 and 9 (today Gratuity only reaches the young in the first 6 deciles of income) who are studying in institutions attributed to gratuities.
In this way, all students who wish to enroll or who are already enrolled in the institutions affiliated with Gratuidad and completed FUAS, even if they do not meet the requirements for access to study allowances, may choose to pay the regulated fee plus a percentage that will depend on your socioeconomic level.
Applicants can review their results in the portals www.gratuidad.cl and www.beneficiosestudiantiles.cl. Details of the requirements for access to these aids are available in the same locations.