About Application

Application Period:

March 6 to April 7, 2023

Exam Date and Location:

June 4, 2023

Application Period:

March 6 to April 7, 2023

Application Period:

March 6 to April 7, 2023

Outras informações
Payment options:
Bank payment slip or credit card
Candidate to vacancy ratio:
Monthly Academic Fees:
Day - 6,170.00 BRL (Brazilian Reais)
Evening - 4,936.00 BRL (Brazilian Reais)
Class hours:
Full-time (Portuguese or English): from 1st to 5th semester, Monday to Friday, from 7 am to 7 pm, and partial from 6th to 8th semesters.
Evening (Portuguese): Monday to Friday, from 7 pm to 10:40 pm.
Av. 9 de Julho, 2029 – Bela Vista, São Paulo, SP - Brazil
About the program

FGV EAESP’s undergraduate business administration course is aimed at students who plan to go far and make a positive impact on the world. Students will find resources and tools to play a leading role in transforming not just companies, but also the economy and society as a whole.

This undergraduate course, created in 1954, has continually evolved to maintain its innovative essence in line with Brazil’s context. 

    Why choose this program?

    Students gain a solid education, giving them a broad vision as a manager and citizen, in accordance with the demands of the contemporary world and the concerns of new generations, based on the principles of ethics, sustainability, entrepreneurship, systemic vision and critical thinking. FGV EAESP business administration course graduates are prepared for their professional career and not just for their first job. The majority of alumni find a job within two months of graduating.

    FGV EAESP is one of the world’s most prestigious business schools. Since 2004, it has had three of the foremost international accreditations. Just 82 of the world’s 14,000 business schools have this triple accreditation.

    The undergraduate business administration course is available in Day or Day-English (four years) and Evening (five years) modalities for students who plan to work during the day or accelerate their experience through internships. In the Day-English modality, all mandatory subjects are taught in English, as well as many of the optional subjects. This means greater contact with the English language and the possibility to network with non-Brazilian students, preparing students for international opportunities.

    1/3 of undergraduate students receive scholarships
    500 international students attend our courses each year
    3,700 students and 245 professors


    National High School Exam (Enem)

    In addition to University Entrance Exams, FGV also classifies applicants based on Enem scores, as provided by the National Institute of Educational Research of the Ministry of Education (INEP/MEC).  

    Foreign Candidates

    The course has a specific selection process for non-Brazilian candidates. This modality is composed of document analysis and an online interview. To participate, the candidate needs to be of a foreign nationality or be a Brazilian with dual nationality. The candidate must have taken the last four years of mandatory schooling at an education institution located outside Brazil and may not have a university degree.


    Triple International Accreditation

    FGV is the first business school in Brazil and one of a handful in the world to have triple international accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), European Quality Improvement System (EFMD) and Association of MBAs (AMBA).

    Latin America’s most international school

    We have partnerships with more than 110 internationally renowned institutions outside Brazil, on all continents.

    We have a long track record when it comes to exchange programs. Our exclusive Office for Global Affairs facilitates various international activities, including a regular student exchange program and international vacation programs in July and January, besides organizing international seminars. In 2019, 157 EAESP undergraduate students participated in exchange programs outside Brazil.


    Maximum score in the last National Student Performance Exam (ENADE) evaluation.


    Maximum score in the Brazilian Education Ministry’s last General Course Index (IGC) evaluation.

    Studying at FGV EAESP gives students a range of opportunities that can only be found at this institution, which is a Brazilian and global leader.


    Dual Diploma

    Through our internal selection process, students can spend a few semesters in the United States, France, Italy or Germany, at FGV EAESP’s partner institutions. Successful candidates can choose between the universities below, studying for the indicated periods and obtaining a diploma from both institutions when they graduate. All the course fees are paid in Brazil, except when it comes to master’s degrees at HEC Paris and Bocconi University in Milan. In this case, students pay for their last year abroad at the partner university to obtain their master’s.


    *The table correspondents to the course period at FGV in daytime mode. For evening mode students, add one year at FGV.

    Double Degree 

    FGV EAESP, the Sao Paulo School of Economics (FGV EESP) and the Sao Paulo Law School offer their students the possibility of a double degree, without the need to do another university entrance exam. The main advantage is that students who pass the internal selection process can graduate in two of three courses (administration and economics, or administration and law, or economics and law) in a shorter period and at a more affordable cost than if both were done in succession. This is possible because of the proximity between the curricula offered by the schools, which feature some common subjects, promoting valuable dialogue between these areas of knowledge.

    Evening Undergraduate Course

    Our evening Business Administration course lasts five years, with the same demands and opportunities as our daytime course, for people who wish to work during the day or accelerate their experience through internships from the very beginning of the course.

    Career Center

    We have an area responsible for guiding students and alumni with regard to their educational and professional development. It acts by publicizing vacancies, holding events and giving advice.

    Student Organizations

    Students can take part in initiatives to boost their development outside the classroom. These extracurricular activities are opportunities for personal and professional growth, involving projects for professionals who are starting out on their career.

    Undergraduate Study in English

    If you are interested, you can choose to take all the course’s mandatory subjects and many of its optional ones in English. The benefits of this version of the course include knowledge of international technical terms, preparation for global markets and the possibility of studying at an excellent university in Brazil through an investment in local currency. This option is only offered to daytime undergraduate students.

    Academic Excellence

    Our content is continually updated and worked on through innovative methodologies, in line with international experiences. Our faculty is composed of Brazilians and foreigners educated at the world’s best schools.

    Research and Knowledge

    Our 19 study centers generate hundreds of academic papers every year, in 10 research areas, making a link between applied research and practice as a source of knowledge.

    We know that choosing a profession is probably one of the first big decisions you’ll take in your life.

    That is why FGV wants to help you find out more about your future career.

    Following a career in administration will allow you to work in various fields, in both the public and private sectors.

    Works with management policies to keep employees motivated and performing to capacity, increasing the company’s productivity.
    • Training and Development
    • Compensation
    • Performance Evaluation
    • Personnel Management
    • Recruiting and Selection
    Responsible for integrating all of the company’s production processes, from the purchase of basic supplies to final product delivery.
    • Information Technology
    • Processes
    • Sustainability
    • Supply Chain
    Analyzes trends and defines a company’s strategies and positions in the market.
    • Market Research
    • Product Management
    • Trade Marketing
    • Sales
    • Public Relations
    • Communications

    For professionals who choose to own a business, being responsible for overseeing all of their company’s activities, from financial decisions to the marketing strategies.

    In this area, professionals are responsible for defining the general direction of a company. One way this can be done is by analyzing the competition and deciding on specialization or diversification of its activities.

    Includes all aspects related to managing a company’s funds, which can be converted to cash, real estate, stock and machinery. As such, it also consists of buying and selling stocks and insurance, as well as investing in other companies in the financial market.
    • Corporate Finance
    • Financial Market

    FGV EAESP’s undergraduate administration course offers scholarships to students who have passed the selection process in the following modalities:

    Non-Refundable Scholarships

    • Merit Scholarships

                     i. 1st place in the selection process exam: University Entrance Exam – 100%

                     ii. 1st place in the selection process exam: National High School Exam (ENEM) – 100%

    • Financial Hardship Scholarships:

    In all, up to five full (100%) non-refundable scholarships will be awarded to students who pass the University Entrance Exam or National High School Exam (ENEM) selection process, while considering their socioeconomic situation and ranking.

    Refundable Scholarships:

    • Tuition Fee Scholarship (20% to 100% of monthly tuition fees for one semester).

    • Study Material Scholarship

    • Food Scholarship

    • Accommodations Scholarship

    • Transportation Scholarship

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    Any opinions expressed by Fundação Getulio Vargas’s staff members, duly identified as such, in articles and interviews published in any media, merely represent the opinions of these individuals and do not necessarily represent the institutional viewpoints or opinions of FGV. FGV Directive No. 19 / 2018.