Retrospective 2020: FGV undergraduate courses among best in Brazil, reveals ranking
Six Fundação Getulio Vargas undergraduate courses received the maximum possible score in this year’s edition of the University Guide produced by Quero Educação in partnership with the O Estado de S.Paulo newspaper and released last October. Five stars were awarded to FGV EBAPE’s Administration course, FGV EAESP’s Public Administration and Business Administration courses, FGV EPGE’s and FGV EESP’s Economics courses, and FGV EMAp’s Applied Mathematics course. As a result, FGV obtained more maximum scores than any other Brazilian private sector institution.
The undergraduate Law courses run by FGV’s Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo law schools and FGV CPDOC’s Social Sciences course all received four stars.
The University Guide uses a methodology known as “peer assessment” to analyze the quality of Brazil’s more than 11,000 university courses. In this process, the guide’s team surveys thousands of university professors. The ranking is based on the assessments of 6,000 university coordinators and professors across Brazil, who evaluate the quality of each course’s educational design, faculty and infrastructure.
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