E1.02. Which are the special attendance regimes?
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The special attendance regimes are defined in Section V of Chapter II of RAUÉ (the academic regulation of the University of Évora). It applies to students enrolled and registered in a study program lasting 1 year or more, who fulfill the legal and regulated requirements to benefit from the regime. You can consult RAUÉ, to learn about the documentation and the conditions for obtaining each of the following regimes, as well as the rights that each regime confers:

    • Student worker
    • Student on academic incoming or outgoing mobility
    • Senior Year Student
    • Associative student leader
    • Student elected to management bodies of the University of Évora
    • Students elements of choirs, tunas and other groups of identical nature
    • Mother and father student
    • Student with Learning Support
    • High-performance sports practicing Student
    • Higher Education Student Athlete
    • Cooperating supervisor student
    • Firefighter Student
    • Volunteer Student

For more information, please access to the Special Attendance Regimes Guide, which contains the conditions and documentation necessary to apply for such regimes.

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