2023 University Guide: FGV undergraduate programs among best in Brazil
Ten Fundação Getulio Vargas undergraduate courses were awarded the maximum possible score in the 2023 University Guide. This guide, published annually by Quero Educação and the newspaper O Estado de S. Paulo, evaluated 15 FGV courses and the institution obtained more maximum scores than any other private sector organization in Brazil.
The publication gave five stars to the following FGV programs:
- Administration (FGV EBAPE);
- Business Administration (FGV EAESP);
- Public Administration (FGV EAESP);
- Social Sciences (FGV CPDOC);
- Law (FGV Rio de Janeiro Law School);
- Economics (FGV EESP);
- Economics (FGV EPGE);
- Public Management (FGV IDT);
- Applied Mathematics (FGV EMAp);
- International Relations (FGV RI).
“Fundação Getulio Vargas’ schools and institutes are proud of the evaluations received in the 2023 edition of the University Guide. These results reflect our investments in the teaching and learning process, our introductory scientific research (which begins in the very first years of each program), the dedication to teaching and research of more than 600 full-time professionals with doctorates, our national and international partnerships (which can lead to double degrees), our world-class technology infrastructure, our modern and interdisciplinary curricula, our entrepreneurial training, and finally the high employability of our graduates,” said Professor Antonio Freitas, FGV’s provost for education, research and graduate studies.
Every year, more than 10,000 university professors across Brazil are invited to assess more than 17,000 programs in dozens of areas of knowledge. The evaluators are asked to give grades to courses in their fields of activity, at institutions that are primarily located in the same region of the country in which they work.
The assessment looks at each program in terms of the quality of:
- teaching method;
- faculty; and
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To learn about FGV’s undergraduate programs, click here.
To find out about FGV’s technological undergraduate courses, click here.