Please find below the list of students with CUM GPA equal or above 2.8 that meet the criteria to receive Financial Support for the Study Abroad in 2019/2020 academic year.
Before referring to the table please note the following:
It is proposed that each eligible student will receive a total subsidy of MOP45,000 to be distributed by 2 equal installments in the first and second semester during his/her study period in Portugal/Brazil.
|Criteria for Subsidy Payment||Subsidy for each student (MOP)|
|1st semester of AY2019/2020||Cumulative GPA at 2.8 or above in the 2nd semester of AY2018/2019||22,500|
2nd semester of AY2019/2020
|Pass all the assessment of the 1st semester’s courses in Portugal / Brazil.||22,500|
Summary of Penalty System
|Academic Achievement||Scholarship Penalty|
|Applicants pass one-third but fail two-thirds of the enrolled credits at the host university.||50% of the amount of scholarship will be fined.|
|Applicants pass less than one-third of the enrolled credits at host university.||Full amount of Scholarship will be fined.|
|Withdrawal before/ during exchange period*||Full amount of Scholarship will be fined.|
|Applicants transfer to host university/ other university and do not return to UM||Full amount of Scholarship will be fined.|
*If the eligible student withdrawals from study abroad after completing the first semester with a justified reason and the approval from Department of Portuguese, he /she can still receive the subsidy for the first semester but not the subsidy for the second semester. Other exceptional cases will be considered by the Department of Portuguese on individual basis.
LIST OF ELIGIBLE STUDENTS WITH CUM GPA EQUAL OR HIGHER THAN 2.8
|Stud No||Major||Cur Status||Cum GPA|
Should you consider yourself eligible and find your name to be missing from the list or require any information or seek our assistance, please contact our office immediately at firstname.lastname@example.org, by phone at 8822 8903/4703 or in person during office hours at room E21-3094.
The list will be confirmed on Wednesday, August 14, 2019.