ABOUT THE COURSE
The FGV Law degree is committed to training legal leaders capable of working to strengthen democracy and the development of Brazil.
The student's training is divided into two stages.
In the first five terms, graduates take full-time mandatory courses required by the Ministry of Education (MEC) and recommended by the Brazilian Bar Association (OAB).
As of the sixth term, the specialization cycle begins. At this stage, the student is free to organize his own curriculum with elective subjects, balancing a part-time course and an external internship.
Enrollment for the course selection process can be done separately in the different admission modalities: FGV Entrance Exam, ENEM and International.
Full-time for the first 3 years, 4th and 5th year in the morning period.
*refers to the value of 2023.1
FGV - Av. Plínio Barreto, 285
São Paulo, SP
|11/15||Av. Plínio Barreto, 285 - São Paulo, SP|
Why choose the Law course?
At FGV Sao Paulo Law School, students develop practical skills and apply knowledge concretely through study and problem solving. For this, simulations, games, multidisciplinary projects and other participatory methods are used.
In addition to being based on new teaching techniques, the curriculum at FGV Law is contemporary and comprehensive, providing solid and updated training. There is a synergy between the Law, Business Administration, Public Administration, Economics and International Relations courses, which enables multidisciplinary training and a broad view of the legal world.
The integration between undergraduate and graduate courses also allows students to expand their studies and delve into specific areas of interest.
The FGV Law School stands out for its production of contemporary, improved and innovative legal knowledge. Professors are involved in research and publications, contributing to the advancement of knowledge in the legal area. This provides students with excellent training and keeps them updated with changes in the field of law.
In addition to the FGV Entrance Exam result, the college also uses the ENEM scores, provided by the National Institute of Educational Research of the Ministry of Education (INEP/MEC), to classify students in the 1st phase of the selection process.
The ENEM Selection Process will consist of two phases:
- 1st Phase: Best grades in ENEM;
- 2nd Phase: Oral Exam.
The FGV Law School offers an exclusive selection process for candidates who hold international certifications, such as the IB, ABITUR, BAC and SAT. If you have taken any of these exams in the last two years, you can apply for the International Exam Selection Process. The minimum scores required will be disclosed in the Announcement.
The IB/ABITUR/BAC/SAT International Exam Selection Process will consist of two phases:
- 1st Phase: Best Scores in the IB/ABITUR/BAC/SAT Exams;
- 2nd Phase: Oral Examination.
Consolidated international operations
FGV Sao Paulo Law School, is actively involved in the international legal debate and has more than 40 agreements with foreign schools in different continents.
The institution is a member of the Law Schools Global League (LSGL) and Sui Iuris, networks of which it was a founder. These networks bring together teaching institutions from different countries, dedicated to debating and elaborating answers to the new challenges presented by economic, political and technological globalization to the traditional teaching of Law.
Furthermore, it has the Global Fellowship Program, which brings together senior academics and young researchers from around the world, to build a group of academics capable of identifying new global legal issues and offering creative solutions to the challenges that arise.
Top score and 1st place among all law schools in the country in the National Student
Performance Examination (Enade 2018).
Maximum score in the last evaluation of the General Index of Courses (IGC) of the
Ministry of Education (MEC).
DIFFERENTIALS OF STUDYING AT FGV SAO PAULO LAW SCHOOL
Studying at FGV Sao Paulo Law School provides students with a wide range of opportunities at a renowned institution in Brazil and worldwide.
Students at FGV Sao Paulo Law School have the opportunity to obtain, in addition to a Law degree, additional degrees in Business Administration, Public Administration or Economics, offered by the respective FGV schools. This means that they can earn two degrees in a short time, without the need to take a new entrance exam, but through an internal selection process.
For example, a Law student who opts for a double degree in the seventh semester can complete both courses in approximately seven and a half years.
Also, FGV encourages international exchanges, offering students the opportunity to experience enriching experiences in other countries. This openness to the world broadens horizons and enables a globalized education, preparing students to work in an increasingly internationalized market.
In the first years of the course, classes require intensive study and exclusive dedication. Thus, students are permanently involved
with concrete and everyday legal problems.
Besides encouraging the identification of real vocations and interests, this schedule allows the development of creativity and autonomy in building knowledge and solving problems.
FGV's faculty are highly qualified, most of whom are full-time PhD professors. Their commitment to teaching and intellectual qualification guarantees quality and updated teaching. The professors also offer comprehensive and individualized attention to students, helping them in their academic and professional development.
Working with the Law does not mean having a contemplative stance on the set of laws that organize life in society, but using knowledge about them to contribute to the development of society.
That's why FGV wants to help you learn a little more about your future career.
Advice to international organizations
Prosecution Service (Federal and State)
State and Municipal Attorney
Attorney General of the Union
Civil Society Organization of Public Interest (OSCIPS)
Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)
Information Technology Law
Labor and Social Security Law
Family and Succession Law
Real Estate Law
Economic Criminal Law
The FGV Law Undergraduate Program offers scholarships to students who have passed the Selection Process in the following ways:
Non-refundable scholarships for outstanding students:
(a) 100% to the enrolled candidate with the highest final average considering, jointly, the FGV Entrance Exam and Entrance Exam Selection Processes by Social Demand and Diversity (DSD), 70% to the second enrolled candidate with the second highest final average considering if, jointly, the FGV Entrance Exam and Entrance Exam DSD Selection Processes and 30% to the third enrolled candidate with the second highest final average considering, jointly, the FGV Entrance Exam and DSD Selection Processes, in the first year of the course; Candidates approved in the ENEM Selection Process and the International Examination Selection Process will not compete for this scholarship in the first year of the course;
(b) in relation to the second, third and fourth years of the course, 100% scholarships will be guaranteed to the student with the first highest standardized grade in the immediately preceding academic year, 70% to the student with the second highest standardized grade in the academic year immediately preceding and 30% to the student with the third highest standardized grade in the immediately preceding academic year;
(c) in relation to the fifth year of the course, 100% scholarships will be guaranteed to the first place in a monograph competition among fourth year students, 70% to the second place in a monograph competition among fourth year students and 30% to third place in a monograph competition among students of the fourth year of the course.
For more details on the scholarships offered for each course, read the Announcement.
If you are applying for university entrance exams and are thinking about studying Law, attend a class at FGV SP - Law School.
The Open Classes Project was created so that you, taking the entrance exam, have the opportunity to participate in an innovative and contemporary Law class that places you as the leading actor of the learning process.
For more information, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Keep an eye out for the 2023 Open Classes Project calendar below and follow FGV SP Law School (Direito SP) social media to receive updates.
Visit the project website and learn more.
Have you checked out our blog yet? There, you will find the best tips for careers, study, entrepreneurship and much more!
Do you know the free FGV courses?
With them, you will be able to master even more the themes of the Entrance test questions.
The FGV Experience is a free meeting and allows students to get to know our courses and facilities.
GET TO KNOW YOUR FUTURE CAREER CLOSER!
Participate and get your questions answered about the courses, forms of admission, scholarships and exchange ideas with professors about the benefits of studying at FGV.
Lectures and Thematic Classes!
Choose one of the available options and have the experience of BEING AN FGV MEMBER!
FGV Day is a free meeting at which students can ask questions about our courses and university entrance exam, as well as talk to professors about the benefits of doing an undergraduate degree at FGV. The event is also open to parents, professors and companions who would like to find out more about FGV.
SCHEDULE YOUR VISIT TO FGV Sao Paulo Law School
Are you interested in going to Law School? Schedule a visit to our campus, located in one of the most privileged areas of São Paulo. Located in the heart of Avenida 9 de Julho, our school is surrounded by a vibrant and inspiring atmosphere.
Besides this, FGV SP Law School stands out as a renowned teaching institution, recognized for its academic excellence and commitment to the training of highly qualified professionals. Find out how FGV SP Law School can be your path to a successful career!