Outras informações
Payment options:
Bank payment slip and credit card
Candidate to vacancy ratio:
20.3 (University Entrance Exam 2021.1)
Monthly Academic Fees:
R$ 6.906,30
Class hours:
Full-time during the first three years, part-time (morning period) during the 4th and 5th year.
FGV - Rua Rocha, 233 - São Paulo, SP
+55 (11) 3799-2229
About the program

The Law degree offers a legal course that innovates the teaching model while incorporating diversified methods to enable professionals to solve complex problems and build new legal institutes, in favor of the diversity of demands present in society. The challenges are, thus, the renewal of legal thinking and the formation of the new jurist, who is cosmopolitan, able to interpret their own reality, and capable of contributing to economic development, while being endowed with a deep sense of social responsibility.

Why choose this program?

Use of new teaching techniques;
Learning based on problem studies;
Simulations, games, and other participatory methods.

Contemporary curriculum
  • Synergy between courses in Law, Business Administration, Public Administration, and Economics;
  • Integration between undergraduate and graduate studies;
  • Encouraging international exchanges;
  • Multidisciplinary training.
  • A board composed predominantly of full-time professors and PhDs;
  • Commitment to teaching and intellectual qualification;
  • Full and individualized attention to the student;
  • Production of up-to-date and innovative contemporary legal knowledge.
National High School Exam (Enem)

In addition to the Entrance Examination Selection Process, FGV Direito SP allows applicants also compete for vacancies using the *ENEM score for classification in the first phase of the Entrance Examination.

* Based on the grades provided by the National Institute of Educational Research of the Ministry of Education (INEP/MEC).  Learn more at ENEM.

Foreign candidates

The course has a specific selection process for foreign applicants. To participate, the applicant must have a foreign nationality or be a Brazilian citizen with dual nationality and have completed the last four years of compulsory education in institutions located outside Brazil. The selection is composed of the analysis of documents, such as academic transcript, English proficiency certificates, letters of recommendation, and motivation letter, with the aim of assessing the academic performance and socio-cultural profile of the applicant, who may also be summoned in person or online to provide clarification on the information contained in the documentation submitted.  The best-evaluated applicants in academic performance and sociocultural profile will be selected for Phase Two (Oral Examination), which will be held in Portuguese, in person, in the city of Sao Paulo.

Full-time students in the first three years
  • Intensive study and exclusive dedication;
  • Encouraging the identification of real vocations and interests;
  • Development of creativity and autonomy in knowledge construction and problem solving;
  • Permanent involvement in concrete and everyday legal issues.
Full and individualized attention to the student
  • A board composed predominantly of full-time professors and PhDs;
  • Commitment to teaching and intellectual qualification;
  • Production of up-to-date and innovative contemporary legal knowledge.
Double Degree

Our Double Degree Program allows FGV Sao Paulo Law School students to also obtain a diploma in business administration or public administration from the FGV Sao Paulo School of Business Administration or in economics from the FGV Sao Paulo School of Economics, without needing to do another university entrance exam (although they have to go through an internal selection process), receiving two degrees in less time. If a law student opts for the Double Degree Program in the seventh semester, for example, he or she can complete both degrees in approximately seven and a half years.


We know that choosing a profession is probably one of the first major decisions you will make in life. Therefore, FGV wants to help you know a little more about your future career.

Working with law does not mean having a contemplative stance on the set of laws that organize life in society, but use the knowledge of them to contribute to the development of society itself.

  • Advising Organizations International
  • The Human Rights
  • Diplomatic Representations
  • International Arbitration
  • Financial System
  • Stock Exchange
  • Brokerages
  • Banks
  • Researcher
  • Professor
  • Federal and State Prosecutor
  • State and Municipal Attorney
  • Magistracy
  • Police Station
  • General's Office Attorney
  • Public Defense
  • Regulatory Agencies
  • Civil Society Organization of Public Interest (OSCIPS)
  • Nongovernmental Organizations (NGOs)
  • Government Bodies
  • Business Advice
  • Industries
  • Unions
  • International Arbitration
  • Administrative Law
  • Civil Right
  • Consumer Law
  • Procedural Law
  • Information Technology Law
  • Constitutional Right
  • Human Rights
  • Economic Law
  • Labor Law and Social Security
  • Contract Law
  • Property Right
  • Banking
  • Tax Law
  • Family Law and Successors
  • Insurance Law
  • Real Estate Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Economic Criminal Law
  • Environmental Law
  • Global Law
  • Capital Market
  • Corporate Law

Non-Refundable Scholarships:

  • FGV Presidency Scholarships:

These scholarships take into consideration students’ personal and academic lives, as well as their socioeconomic circumstances. Up to 10 scholarships will be awarded, paying for between 100% and 50% of monthly school fees.

  • Dr. Luiz Simões Lopes Merit Scholarships:

100% for 1st place

70% for 2nd place

30% for 3rd place

  • Endowment Fund Association Scholarships:

These scholarships are worth up to R$1,165 per month. To be awarded, they need to be approved by the Endowment Fund Association.

Refundable Scholarships:

These scholarships are financed by donations from companies and individuals, as well as repayments by former scholarship holders. They must be repaid.

Visit the website for more information. 

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