Fulfilling its communal character, the Brazilian Methodist Education possesses a large catalog of Incentives to facilitate access to the humanized and qualified higher education of its universities, university centers and colleges. Get to know the Incentives that are currently being offered:
Colégios Metodistas’ former students
To keep the Methodist Education as part of their academic trajectories, former students of Colégios Metodistas that are enrolled for the first time in higher education in a Methodist institution have special discounts in tuition.
Incentive to Teaching
To encourage the training of new teachers, the higher education Methodist institutions offer discounts for students in the Licentiate courses.
Members of Brazilian Methodist Church
Brazilian Methodist Church’s members and their children have entitlement to special discounts in the Methodist Education system.
Methodist Education’s students interested in advancing the payment of a semester’s tuitions have discounts in the semester’s entire value.
Candidates graduated in any Undergraduate programs, Graduate programs, Specialization courses or Online education of the Methodist Education have exclusive discounts in Lato Sensu programs (specialization or MBA).
Discounts for Second Graduation
Candidates graduated from any Institution of Higher Education in Brazil count with the discounts in tuition to attend the second graduation in all Institutions of Methodist Education.
Students enrolled in other Higher Education Institutions who request transfer to study at any of the Methodist Higher Education Institutions will have a special discount.
Brazilian Methodist Education keeps covenants and partnerships with companies to offer discounts to employees, their children, and to interns. The covenants benefit companies, allowing the qualification of their employees, and benefits the employees with quality education and new career opportunities.
To democratize higher education, Brazilian Methodist Education offers full and partial scholarships to students that cannot afford tuition in undergraduate programs.
Brazilian Methodist Education’s students can also count with possibilities of student loans to pay their tuitions in undergraduate programs.