São Paulo University council expels six students for quota fraud

According to the institution, the students will have a time in which to appeal the decision.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The University of São Paulo's Undergraduate Council has decided to expel six students for quota fraud, after they occupied quota places intended for black, mixed-race and indigenous people during the institution's admission process.

The Council decision comes after the institution examined whether the students concerned were qualified to occupy the quota vacancies.

Further details on the case have not been disclosed by the university, which said that the students have a time in which to appeal the decision. The investigative procedure was decided in a council meeting on Thursday, July 22.

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