2023 FGV master’s selection process on final stretch

The courses in question will begin in the first half of 2023, at FGV’s administration school (FGV EBAPE), economics school (FGV EPGE) and applied mathematics school (FGV EMAp), all in Rio de Janeiro.
Institutional
16 November 2022
2023 FGV master’s selection process on final stretch

The selection process for Fundação Getulio Vargas’ master’s programs is now on the final stretch. The courses in question will begin in the first half of 2023, at FGV’s administration school (FGV EBAPE), economics school (FGV EPGE) and applied mathematics school (FGV EMAp), all in Rio de Janeiro.

As well as master’s courses, the Brazilian School of Economics and Finance (FGV EPGE) also has places available on its academic doctorate program. Read on to see the programs with a selection process in progress:  

Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration (FGV EBAPE)
 

- Academic Master’s in Administration – Ends December 2 

- Professional Master’s in Business Management – Regular Class – Ends November 18 

- Professional Master’s in Public Administration – Regular Class – Ends November 18 

Brazilian School of Economics and Finance (FGV EPGE)
 

- Professional Master’s in Economics and Finance (MFEE) – Regular Class – Ends December 15 

School of Applied Mathematics (FGV EMAp)
 

- Academic Master’s in Mathematical Modeling – Ends December 2

- Academic Doctorate in Mathematical Modeling – Ends December 2 

Our academic master’s programs emphasize the generation and dissemination of research through publications in top-level journals in administration and related areas. Their participants are expected to join national and international knowledge production networks, and this is considered fundamental to the quality of academic output and the training of educators at different levels, especially in higher education. Government research agencies and FGV itself offer 100% scholarships for our academic master’s courses.

Our professional master’s programs offer the possibility of balancing work and study. They are designed in accordance with students’ professional areas, building on their experience. The research areas vary in line with students’ professional fields. The curriculum is flexible and the classes take place in the evening. 

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