These qualifications levels are extremely high for less than 350 USD job for over 2 months. For a professional job, R$ seems pretty insubstantial as said before. You are throwing away opportunities for great developers by requiring unnecessary qualifications and needs. The chances of you finding someone who is going to be applying to those sorts of university courses, and a daily job through over 1-2 months that pays so little with such strict regulations are extremely slim. I don’t know if see myself attending those university courses in the future and I’ve made well over millions of R$ off of development that has taken less than 2 months. Point being, you shouldn’t neglect willing developers based off of their academic results, especially for a ROBLOX commission that doesn’t pay much if you put it into perspective. I would suggest you cut down on some of your requirements and increase the pay. If your claim of being an investor of millions of R$ is true, I would suggest you tremendously up the pay, especially if you’re not going to give them a %. If you have already put hundreds of thousands of R$ into the development, and this doesn’t even include a scripter (bearing in mind that your game will not function without one), I really don’t see why you wouldn’t consider these points.
Please do not take this as an attack, it might seem harsh but this is constructive criticism.