Being an FGV student means becoming a protagonist in the transformations of Brazil and of the world, being at the center of the construction of ideas and positively impacting society in different areas.
Find out about undergraduate courses and enroll in the FGV Entrance Exam.
GET READY FOR THE ENTRANCE EXAM
STUDY AT FGV
FACILITIES AND INFRASTRUCTURE
FGV CULTURAL CENTER
In addition, they also have living spaces, spaces for training and qualification, such as classrooms, laboratories and auditoriums.
Interaction with students from other countries and different regions of Brazil, enabling a rich and diverse cultural experience.
ENADE and IGC
Leader in the national ranking according to the General Index of Courses (GIC) of the Ministry of Education (MEC), occupying the first three places & Schools with best concepts in Enade.
It has consolidated international operations through academic partnerships with more than 200 renowned and recognized higher education institutions around the world.
The FGV Experience is a free meeting and allows students to get to know our courses and facilities.
GET TO KNOW YOUR FUTURE CAREER CLOSE
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 a 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.
The teachers are very attentive; they are giving a lot of support right now. They are very helpful answering questions, and are available at different times, all for our well-being.
In the FGV EPPG public administration course, we learn a lot manage concrete problems in an innovative way; to impact society positively as a whole and the entire governmental sector in our country, to improve the future of Brazil.
Something that draws a lot of attention is the close relationship that students have with their professors. Everything supports learning: openness, dialogue, accessibility.
I feel that it is a very collective construction, very joint, this relationship between the
students and the School itself. There is a lot of dialogue and participation and that is, for
me, the highlight.
I ended up choosing EPGE and I don't regret it one bit. Several EPGE researchers, students, alumni, professors, work with applied research, which is super relevant, and I think it has a very large return for society. EPGE has a strong role on this research front and is well connected to the public as well.