For the tenth consecutive year, Fundação Getulio Vargas is one of the world’s best think tanks, according to the 2019 Global Go To Think Tank Index Report, published by the University of Pennsylvania.
In this edition, FGV came fifth overall, putting it among the world’s five best think tanks. It was also rated the best think tank in Latin America for the 11th year in a row and the world’s best administered think tank for the third consecutive time.
FGV came in the top 10 in many other categories. It is the fourth best regional study center, fourth best in terms of social policies, sixth best in research and innovation advances, seventh best in transdisciplinary research, seventh best in terms of ideas or paradigms developed, eighth best with regard to conferences held, eighth best in terms of institutional collaboration with two or more other think tanks, and 10th best in public policy development.
The University of Pennsylvania has been producing its ranking since 2006, through its Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program. The ranking is based on an assessment of 8,000 think tanks throughout the world. The full report can be seen on the Global Go To Think Tank Index’s website.
For five consecutive years, from 2010 to 2015, FGV was rated one of the world’s 150 best higher education institutions, based on the main evaluation criterion of “development of professionals ready for the labor market.” The ranking is produced by the Global Employability University Ranking and published by Times Higher Education, a British magazine.
Sao Paulo School of Business Administration (EAESP)
The OneMBA program at FGV’s Sao Paulo School of Business Administration (EAESP) is the best executive MBA program in Latin America and it features among the world’s top 55, according to the Financial Times’ 2019 Executive MBA Ranking. In this edition, FGV climbed four places in the ranking from the previous year.
The program, which occupies 51th place in the overall ranking, ahead of renowned international institutions, is the only Brazilian school in the top 55. Run entirely in English, OneMBA is conducted by EAESP in partnership with the EGADE Business School in Monterrey (Mexico), the Rotterdam School of Management (Netherlands), the University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business School (United States), and Xiamen University School of Management (China).
Based on interviews with business school graduates across the world, the Financial Times ranking evaluates items such as post-course salary growth, career progress, the number of students from other countries, the number of students with a PhD, and gender diversity. Click here to see OneMBA’s position in the FT ranking.
EPGE Brazilian School of Economics and Finance (FGV EPGE) has been ranking for several years as the best Economics Department in Latin America by the University of Tilburg’s International Ranking of Economics Departments (Tilburg criterion and full list of journals).
Click here to learn more about the ranking.
EPGE Brazilian School of Economics and Finance (FGV EPGE) ranks first in the RePEc (Research Papers in Economics) index in Brazil. The ranking was based on the production and citation of research papers, measuring the productivity and impact on academic research. The IDEAS-RePEC is a bibliographic database dedicated to Economics, being an integral part of Research Papers in Economics (RePEc), an association that includes more than 1 million papers and research from various countries, with a focus on development in the area in several aspects.
The General Index of Courses (known by the Portuguese acronym IGC) is a quality indicator that assesses Higher Education Institutions. Calculated annually, the Index takes the following aspects into consideration:
1 - average Preliminary Course Concept Score (CPC) over the last three years, relative to the courses evaluated by the institution, weighted by the number of enrollments in each of the courses computed;
2 - average of the evaluation concepts of the stricto sensu postgraduate programs awarded by CAPES (Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel) in the last available triennial evaluation, converted to a compatible scale and weighted by the number of enrollments in each of the corresponding postgraduate programs;
3 - distribution of students between different levels of education, undergraduate or stricto sensu post-graduate programs, excluding the item 2 information for institutions that do not offer stricto sensu post-graduate programs.
As the IGC considers the Preliminary Course Concept Score (CPC) of the courses evaluated in the year of calculation and in the two previous years, its disclosure always refers to a triennium, comprising all the areas evaluated in the National Examination of Students' Performance assessment (ENADE).
Source: Brazilian Education Ministry website (MEC).
2018 IGC Results
2017 IGC Results
2016 IGC Results
2015 IGC Results
2014 IGC Results
2013 IGC Results
2012 IGC Results
2011 IGC Results
2010 IGC Results
2009 IGC Results
2008 IGC Results
2007 IGC Results
The National Student Performance Exams (ENADE) evaluate the performance of students on undergraduate courses, both newcomers and those about to graduate, regarding their course curriculum. The exam is mandatory for selected students and an indispensable condition to issue school records. The first exam took place in 2004. The maximum period for each area of knowledge to be assessed is three years.
ENADE – 2018
ENADE – 2017
ENADE – 2015
ENADE – 2014
ENADE – 2012
ENADE – 2011
ENADE – 2009
In 1976, CAPES launched the Graduate Education Evaluation System, which has played a crucial role in the development of graduate education and scientific and technological research in Brazil. It carries out annual monitoring and triennial evaluations of the performance of all programs and courses in the National Graduate Education System (SNPG). The results of this process, expressed in a score on a scale of 1 to 7, are used by the Education Ministry’s National Education Council to decide which courses will remain classified as “recognized” for the subsequent three-year period. Source: Brazilian Education Ministry / INEP website.
2017 CAPES scores:
School of Social Sciences (FGV CPDOC), Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro Law School (FGV DIREITO RIO)
Sao Paulo Law School (FGV DIREITO SP)
Sao Paulo School of Business Administration (FGV EAESP)
Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration (FGV EBAPE), Rio de Janeiro
FGV EBAPE / FGV EAESP, Brasilia
Sao Paulo School of Economics (FGV EESP)
School of Applied Mathematics (FGV EMAp), Rio de Janeiro
EPGE Brazilian School of Economics and Finance (FGV EPGE), Rio de Janeiro