FGV launches Master’s degree unprecedented in Brazil focusing on corporate leadership
FGV’s Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration (EBAPE) is launching a Master’s degree unprecedented in Brazil. With registration open until March 14, the Master in Management (MiM) focuses on recent graduates from any field of knowledge. Classes will be taught in English, with a duration of 15 months.
One of the highlights of the program is the opportunity to choose a double degree, with classes at EBAPE and at Catholic-Lisbon School of Business and Economics (CLSBE), in Portugal. In this case, the course lasts 21 months, i.e., students can get a double degree with only six additional months. The programs in Brazil and in Portugal are complementary.
The Master in Management’s main goal is to prepare students for immediate entry into the job market in Brazil and abroad. The program provides knowledge on the main areas of business management through an international prism, in order to prepare students for leadership positions in the future.
With an internationally renowned faculty, the MiM will provide interaction with the reality of the global and domestic professional market. In addition, the model developed is completely distinct from the academic master’s and the MBA. The student graduates with a stricto sensu diploma, i.e., a Master’s degree, with a focus on applied knowledge rather than research.
Undergraduates from any field and students finishing their courses may register for the course. Go to the website for questions and more information.
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