We intend to help ensure the equality of access opportunities, attendance and academic success of Polytechnic of Leiria students, as well as provide them conditions that help to overcame economic and social inequalities.
The Student Support Services of Polytechnic of Leiria have been granting direct social support through the attribution of scholarships, rescue aid and help to students with disabilities, assuring social support during the attendance of the course to those who fulfill the elegibility conditions defined in the Regulation – Regulamento de Atribuição de Bolsas de Estudo a Estudantes do Ensino Superior (PT).
The scholarship is an annual cash benefit to co-participation the costs with the attendance of a course or the accomplishment of a professional traineeship on a mandatory basis, nonrefundable and given in the correspondent academic year, whenever the student does not have a suitable minium level of financial resources.
We are responsible to disclose the apllication deadlines to scholarship fixed by the general diretor of Higher Education, the tendering procedures for its attribution and the analysis of the applications of the Polytechnic of Leiria students.
Scholarships applications 2018 – 2019
The scholarships applications are submitted online through the BeOn Platform (PT).
If you are attending a course in our institution but have never applied to a scholarship, you should request your credentials contacting our Services: email@example.com.
If in the previous academic year you applied to a scholarship, youcan use the same access credentials to the platform.
If you have forgotten the credentials, you should request the password recovery in the student reserved areaor contact our services.
The FASE® (Social Support Fund to the Student) is a social support measure developed by the Polytechnic of Leiria whitin its social responsability directed to the students. Promoted by the Student Support Services, the FASE® intends to complement the existing support assistance, helping students who are in a situation of economic deprivation and commited to finish their courses.
This program still intends to prevent the school drop-out and failure, facilitating the social and academic integration of the students giving them the chance to acquire and develop cross-cutting competences which promote employability and professional success.