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The FCA currently has four graduate education programs (stricto sensu). 

 

Graduation Program in Administration – Master’s and Doctor's Degree – CAPES Evaluation Area: Public and Business Administration, Accounting Sciences and Tourism – Beginning of Activities: 2017 – CAPES Ranking: 4

 Graduation Program in Nutrition and Sports and Metabolism Sciences – Master’s and Doctor’s Degree - CAPES Evaluation Area: Nutrition – Beginning of Activities: 2011 - CAPES Ranking: 4

 Graduation Program in Production and Manufacture Engineering – Master’s Degree - CAPES Evaluation Area: Engineering III - Beginning of Activities: 2013 - CAPES Ranking: 3

 Interdisciplinary Graduation Program in Applied Human and Social Sciences – Master’s Degree - CAPES Evaluation Area: Interdisciplinary - Beginning of Activities: 2014 - CAPES Ranking: 3

Although recent, FCA’s graduate education programs have a highly qualified teaching staff and covering different areas of knowledge, in line with the unit’s pedagogical project. FCA’s graduate education program aims to train masters and doctors with solid scientific knowledge and able to work in the academy, in various industrial sectors, and in the public sector. In addition, there is a focus on the themes addressed by the programs, so that the research developed in the unit seeks to address complex and relevant problems in the scientific, technological and social fields.

The works developed in FCA’s graduate education programs are supported by the country’s main fostering agencies (CAPES, FAPESP and CNPq), which fund scholarships and research projects led by the unit’s professors. Many of those projects are carried out in cooperation with national and international institutions.

Admission

There are different ways to enter the graduate education programs, stricto sensu. Admissions as regular student and special student are made through selection processes, which follow the specific rules of each program. FCA’s undergraduate students can attend classes of the graduate courses through Integrated Training Program (PIF). Finally, there are financing opportunities for post-doctoral internships through grants of CAPES’ National Post-Doctoral Program (PNPD) or from other fostering agencies, such as FAPESP.

International Office:   http://www.internationaloffice.unicamp.br/


Graduate courses calendar

The calendar for all Unicamp’s graduate school programs is prepared every year by the Academic Board - DAC. It specifies the period for enrolling for classes, suspended working days, school exams week and many other events. Check out the calendar at the DAC portal (PORT-BR).


 

 

FACULDADE DE CIÊNCIAS APLICADAS
UNICAMP • Campus 2

R. Pedro Zaccaria, 1300
Limeira-SP  •  CEP 13484-350

 

OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR
Bloco Verde, 1o. andar - Ensino 1

secgrad@fca.unicamp.br
(0xx19) 3701-6655