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Université fédérale de Rio de Janeiro

Rio de JaneiroEtudes culturellesHistoire

L'université fédérale de Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), également appelée « université du Brésil », est la plus grande université fédérale du Brésil. Elle se situe principalement dans la ville de Rio de Janeiro où elle possède deux campus (Ilha do Fundão et Praia Vermelha) ainsi que des unités isolées comme la Faculté de droit, l'Institut de philosophie et de sciences sociales et l'École de musique.

Outre les centres consacrés à l'enseignement de premier (graduação) et deuxième cycles (pós-graduação), l'université possède des entités comme le musée national du Brésil (également connu sous le nom de musée Quinta da Boa Vista), situé dans le quartier carioca de São Cristóvão, l'observatoire de Valongo ainsi que huit centres hospitaliers universitaires : hôpital universitaire Clementino Fraga Filho, hôpital-école Saint-François-d'Assise, Institut de gynécologie, Institut de neurologie Deolindo Couto, Institut de psychiatrie, Institut de puériculture et de pédiatrie Martagão Gesteira, Institut de maladies du Thorax et enfin la maternité-école, sans compter d'autres unités dispersées dans la ville. Dans le centre-ville de Rio de Janeiro sont actuellement en construction deux immeubles de 41 étages chacun, dont une partie sera cédée à l'université.

L'université fédérale de Rio de Janeiro s'inscrit dans la droite lignée des premiers temps de l'enseignement supérieur au Brésil : par exemple, la Faculté de médecine fut créée en 1808 par Jean VI de Portugal, avec le nom d'Académie de médecine et de Chirurgie, tandis que l'École polytechnique fut fondée en 1792, sous le règne de Marie Ire de Portugal, bien que l'enseignement de génie militaire ait été institué dès 1699 par un décret royal de Pierre II de Portugal.

Née de l'union de plusieurs facultés déjà existantes, l'UFRJ fut officiellement créée le 7 septembre 1920 par le président brésilien Epitácio Pessoa, et reçut le nom d'université de Rio de Janeiro. Plus tard, en 1937, elle fut rebaptisée université du Brésil : certains historiens affirment que ce titre tient son origine du fait qu'un monarque étranger avait demandé à recevoir le titre de docteur de l'université nationale, comme il en avait l'habitude. Comme il n'y avait pas d'« université du Brésil », le changement de nom eut lieu. En 1965, le décret n° 4 759 du gouvernement militaire du général Humberto de Alencar Castello Branco imposa aux universités brésiliennes une nomenclature uniformisée, et l'université de Rio de Janeiro reçut alors son nom actuel.

En l'an 2000, l'université initia une action en justice afin de demander le droit de s'appeler à nouveau « université du Brésil », en alléguant que ce nom lui fut retiré par un décret contesté émis durant la dictature militaire brésilienne. La demande fut acceptée et il est acutellement possible d'utiliser les deux noms pour désigner l'université.

Parmi les points forts de l'UFRJ figure la recherche : 3 703 élèves participèrent à la Journée d'initiation scientifique, artistique et culturelle, qui a lieu chaque année. La maison d'édition de l'université publie en moyenne 18 livres par an. Nombre d'entreprises mantiennent des centres de recherche dans le campus de Ilha do Fundão, comme le Centre de perfectionnement et de recherche sur le pétrole (CENPES) de la compagnie pétrolière brésilienne Petrobrás.
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Université pontificale Catholique du Paraná

CuritibaThéologie, ReligionAffairesZoologie

L'université catholique pontificale du Paraná (Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná, ou PUCPR) est une université catholique privée sans but lucratif. Le campus principal est situé à Curitiba, la capitale de l’État du Paraná au Brésil. L'université à quatre autres campus situés dans les villes de Londrina, Maringá, São José dos Pinhais et Toledo du Paraná. Elle administrée par les Frères Maristes. L'archevêque de Curitiba est le chancelier honorifique de l'université.

Le campus de Curitiba a été le premier à être mis en place et abrite cinq unités académiques : le Centre pour les sciences biologiques et de la santé, le Centre des sciences exactes et de la technologie, le Centre des sciences juridiques et sociales, le Centre pour les sciences humaines et théologie et l'école de commerce. Les principaux bâtiments du campus sont la bibliothèque centrale, qui gère le système de bibliothèque intégré (ILS), les laboratoires de recherche, salles de classe et les amphithéâtres, un théâtre de 570 places, une usine pilote et un complexe sportif. Le Musée de zoologie, avec une collection de plus de 6 000 spécimens et d'un herbier avec environ 7 000 spécimens de plantes conservées sont situés sur le campus de Curitiba.

L'université compte 27 000 étudiants et offre 60 cours de premier cycle et deuxième cycle et plus de 150 cours de troisième cycle. Plus de 80 % du corps professoral détient une maîtrise ou un doctorat. Il y a 22 filières de maîtrise et au doctorat : sciences de la santé, droit, sciences animales, la gestion urbaine, philosophie, théologie, administration des affaires, le génie mécanique, la santé dentaire, ingénierie de production, l'éducation, la technologie informatique et la santé.
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University Center of Belo Horizonte

Belo HorizonteMathématique, Statistiques, FinancePhysique

The University Center of Belo Horizonte (UniBH) (Portuguese: Centro Universitário de belo Horizonte) is a university located in the city of Belo Horizonte in the state of Minas Gerais in Brazil. It is considered the best university center of the city of Belo Horizonte and one of the best universities in Brazil, according to the Brazilian Ministry of Education (survey 2011). It is one of the strongest names in higher education in Belo Horizonte, along with UFMG and PUC Minas. It is also one of the most prestigious universities in the country, due to their extension projects and their effort in bringing quality private education to those less fortunate. The UniBH also has ten courses by starry Student Guide of Editora Abril and two courses regarded as the best in the country, Physical Education and Mathematics, according to the RUF 2012 (University Ranking of Folha de S.Paulo). Part of UniBH was sold in 2008 to the group Anima Educação.

With five decades of operation, the UniBH has nearly 50 courses graduation in terms of MBA, degree and technology, and dozens courses of extension, graduate, MBA and MA.

Noteworthy are the courses Medicine (one of the busiest of Minas Gerais), Law, Education, International Relations, Accounting, Ecology and of course Journalism, which has among its graduates many of the journalists working in the media mineira. Aiming to integrate teaching, research and extension, the institution maintains the TV UniBH (present on Brazilian cable TV), which operates since 1998 showing a varied program that includes the knowledge produced by the University Center.
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Universidade Católica de Pernambuco

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The Universidade Católica de Pernambuco (Catholic University of Pernambuco, often abbreviated as Unicap) is a private and non-profit Catholic university, located in Recife, the capital of the State of Pernambuco. It is one of the largest and most prestigious Brazilian universities. It is maintained by the Society of Jesus.

The Catholic University of Pernambuco, created September 27, 1951 and recognized by the Federal Government through Decree 30,417 of January 18, 1952, originated from the first Catholic school in the region, the College of Philosophy, Sciences and Letters Manoel da Nóbrega, founded in 1943 by the Jesuit Province of the Northeast. In its development, the University met incorporation, aggregation or creation of Colleges, Institutes or School, to implement in 1974 the university reform, advocated by law, adopting the model homogeneous ternary Rectory, Centres and Departments. The Unicap today constitutes an educational complex, which offers, for a community of about 15,000 students, first-degree courses to graduate "in the strict sense." In the area of graduate students enroll in several courses, some 50,000 graduates of the institution over the years of uninterrupted activity.

The Central Library Aloísio M. de Carvalho, SJ is a supplementary organ subordinate to the Rectory. Aims to provide basic information support to teaching, research and extension. It has, on average, 15,000 registered users, including undergraduates, graduate, faculty and technical administrative personnel and alumni. Meets, on average, to 400,000 visits per year to the Library and performs more than 700,000 home loans per year and has an average frequency of 3,500 readers per day.

The collection of free access to over 449,000 copies is composed of several collections, distributed on various floors of the Library, covering the areas of Social and Applied Sciences, Humanities, Linguistics, Literature and Arts, Exact and Earth, Health, Biological, and Agricultural Engineering. All works can be searched via the Internet.

In 2010, the MEC took note 4, with 5 being the highest score. According to table of the MEC, footnote 4 is above the level required for institutions of higher education. "It is a seal of quality. Attests that we are a real university, one of the best in the country, "defined the rector, Pedro Rubens. This was the first time the University went through the process of institutional evaluation of MEC. The evaluators visited the university premises (classrooms, library, clinics, laboratories, offices, centers, departments etc). And heard leaders, teachers, students and staff.

According to the MEC's system of proportional values, the most important criterion is "The policy for teaching (undergraduate and postgraduate), research, extension," which won the Unicap footnote 4. Other highlights of the assessment for the university was the policy of incentives for graduates (with the payment of grants and agreements for internships), the approval of trained law course in the examination of the Bar Association of Brazil (more than 60%), 33 Unicap research groups registered with the National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq) and the program of scholarships for teachers and employees themselves.

The Student Exchange Program offered by Unicap aims at giving students an academic experience, for one or two semesters in an IES national or international level, through agreements of mutual cooperation in education. This program has its origin in the directives of AUSJAL, Association of Universities entrusted to the Society of Jesus in Latin America, which proposes the integration of students from Latin American Jesuit higher education institutions as complementary modality for their training. On the other hand, Unicap receives foreign students of IESs wishing to conduct graduate study for one or two periods.
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Univates

Agriculture, Pêche, AlimentaireBiologie, Biochimie, BiotechnologieEtudes culturellesFilm, Radio, Télévision

Univates is a private non-profit (communitary) university center based in Lajeado, state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. It currently has 13,235 students. As of 2011, it had 404 full-time teaching staff. It offers 45 courses on the undergraduate level, 4 on the master's level and one on the doctorate (PhD) level, also counting with 28 research projects, mainly on the areas of biology, food technology and biotechnology.

The institution counts with over 109 laboratories, a start-up hatchery, a culture center, a hydro-meteorological information center, a Natural Science museum, a radio and TV station and an olympic stadium. On May 2014 it opened a cultural center, with a library and a theater for 1150 people.

In 2013 Univates scored as the 4th best private university center (medium-sized higher education institutions) in Brazil according to MEC's General Courses Index (IGC). Considering both private university centers and private universities, Univates ranks as the 3rd best in South Brazil and 7th in Brazil, among the country's top 3.8% private higher education institutions. In 2015, CAPES selected a Univates project for research and innovation on Teacher Education among with 9 other in the whole country, with a grant of approximately R$1,700.000.

A 2005 study showed that the institution has a significative impact on the economics of the city of Lajeado and the Taquari Valley region, providing respectively 3.36% and 0.97% of the total amount of working places in that year.
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Escola Brasileira de Administração Pública e de Empresas

Rio de JaneiroAffairesManagementAdministration Publique

The Escola Brasileira de Administração Pública e de Empresas (EBAPE, Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration) is a Brazilian private higher education institution founded in April 1952 and linked to the Fundação Getúlio Vargas. The School also works as a research institution. Its academic programs include: Undergraduation in Administration, Online Undergraduation in Technological Management Processes (FGV Online), Master of Public Administration, Executive Master of Business Administration, Doctor of Administration and Post-Doctorate in Administration.

EBAPE has played an important role in training university and government personnel both in Brazil and in other countries in Latin America and Africa, also fostering cooperation between institutions and exchange programs. Over the years, these programs have been an incentive for developing joint research efforts and technical counseling projects with other Administration Schools.

It's academic policy is formulated by the Consultative Council made up of its faculty members. The Board of Directors is responsible for administration of the School, though its Academic Training and Research Centers, Lato Sensu Graduate Center and Consultancy, Training and Managerial Development Centers.

In addition to the activities conducted at its head offices in Rio de Janeiro, EBAPE has extended and consolidated its work in regional centers around the country and abroad. Special programs in technical training and consultancy are held in Brasília and other Brazilian cities.

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