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Students from all over the world are discovering Brazil as a destination for education. Universities in Brazil offer first-rate graduate programs in both public and private universities, with many program options, affordable tuition, expert faculty, and excellent facilities. Students pursuing a Master in Brazil will experience the unique and exciting Brazilian culture as well as the natural beauty, lush rainforests, dynamic cities, and adventurous activities.

Students who obtain their Master in Brazil are highly sought after in the competitive job market, both in the region and globally. Some of the more popular and prestigious Master in Brazil programs include the subjects of engineering, business, health, design, and management. A Master in Brazil is more than a degree; it is a cultural and intellectual experience that helps people develop into well-rounded professionals.

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Professional Master's Degree In Business Management

FIA – Fundação Instituto de Administração
Campus Part time 2 years February 2017 Brazil São Paulo

The Professional Master in Business Management was created in 2013 in order to promote education for professional advancement in the management area and in areas that are related to it, favoring the development of knowledge in theories and management practices. [+]

Masters in Brazil 2017. The Professional Master in Business Management was created in 2013 in order to promote education for professional advancement in the management area and in areas that are related to it, favoring the development of knowledge in theories and management practices. Students are forums for discussion of ideas and building relationships to promote a stimulating environment for dissemination and exchange of knowledge between academia and organizations, to test theories, produce knowledge and develop tools that have at the same time, functional and practical use efficiency in specific managerial contexts. The typical profile Master's student, is composed of executives with managerial level, with a minimum three years experience in management of organizations. Have on average 41 years old and 15 years of professional experience. The average class size is 30 students with only an annual entry. GOAL Encourage continuous professional development of its student body; Provide a solid intellectual training in business management to sustain the performance of the course graduates professionals in the best management practices; Contribute to the formation of able to change the professional standards of business management; Provide a forum for discussion of ideas and building relationships; Provide a stimulating environment for the dissemination and exchange of knowledge between academia and organizations; Test theories produce knowledge and develop tools which have, at the same time functional and practical use efficiency in specific management contexts; Contribute to Brazil's economic and social growth. THE PROGRAM The Professional Master is divided into disciplines, forming three functional groups: Instrumental - on the methodological training for research; Core competencies - which involve the deepening in the art of the course; and Complementary - that expand the core competence area. [-]

CEMS Master’s in International Management (CEMS MIM)

CEMS - The Global Alliance in Management Education
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 Brazil São Paulo

The CEMS MIM is a postgraduate, pre-experience degree open to a select group of students enrolled on a Master’s programme in one of 28 leading institutions [+]

CEMS MIM Master’s in International Management 

CEMS is a strategic alliance of business schools, multinational companies and NGOs that together offer the CEMS Master's in International Management (MIM). The CEMS administrative officeis located on the HEC campus close to Paris, with the programme and corporate relations being managed by a dedicated team within each member school. You will find all CEMS member universities by using the keywords "CEMS" in the Master in Management Compasssearch engine or by clicking on the CEMS partners list below.

The CEMS MIM is a pre-experience postgraduate degree open to multilingual students enrolled in a Master's in Management program at one of the CEMS member schools. Students study at their home university for one semester and then spend a second semester at a different CEMS member school. Some students may even opt to take both semesters abroad, in two different schools (the “tri-national track”). Other key components of the course include: core courses in Strategy and Cross-Cultural Management, elective courses, skill seminars, business project and an obligatory international internship.... [-]


Global Management Of Purchasing And Supply Chain (ms Masc)

Audencia Business School
Campus Full time Part time 12 - 15 months

The MS MASC enables the acquisition of a double competence with a deepening of Purchasing and Supply Chain functions. The skills developed during the program are all the business strategy, the overall management, expertise applied, the multicultural approach, anticipation and innovation. [+]

Masters in Brazil 2017. The MS MASC enables the acquisition of a double competence with a deepening of Purchasing and Supply Chain functions. The skills developed during the program are all the business strategy, the overall management, expertise applied, the multicultural approach, anticipation and innovation. The Spécialisé® Master in Management Global Purchasing and Supply Chain is aimed to both students and executives in business. The right balance between the functions Purchasing and Supply Chain Long relegated to the simple role of implementation, the purchasing function has since greatly increased responsibilities strategically in the heart of the company: it is now an indispensable ally marketing and R & D partners for its innovative discovery mission. Recent changes in this sector will now offer new career opportunities to tackle.   Supply Chain, Meanwhile, aims to implement the optimization levers all the logistics. He must give the course, arbitrate between various priorities and synchronize different organizational functions. His manager is therefore a real conductor who brings together, among themselves, the many corporate stakeholders. Supply Chain and at the crossroads of the company, has now become the indispensable relay for good growth of the firm. The director of the supply chain is also often a full member of the upper echelons of the company which suggests a bright future for this function. Exploration 360 industrial MASC The MS program is consistent throughout the curriculum to balance theory and applied transversal projects. Fundamentals of management (30%) Strategy Trading and Marketing Management control and costing Project management Strategic diagnosis and Leadership Organizational Theory Social Responsibility Value analysis in the purchasing process Purchases (40%) Strategy and purchasing policy Legal constraints in procurement The extended enterprise Purchases in mergers Sourcing, e-purchasing and outsourcing, sourcing lowcost Purchasing management Quality and performance Logistics and Supply Chain (30%) In parallel courses and projects, a module dedicated to the personal development where everyone is accompanied individually throughout the year to prepare for APPLY, build a career plan, preparing her career, choose a course and prepare his professional thesis. The graduation of Master Spécialisé® assumes defense of a professional thesis. This is an in-depth personal work of analysis and reflection on a problem related to international news and constructed from concrete information collected. Each will focus this study in relation to its own path and its interests. Finally, it relies on the mission of 6 months in business that is in the logic of the professional project. This expertise significantly enhances the industry knowledge of each student and greatly facilitates the integration of graduates into the workforce.   Some examples of professional thesis:   Outsourcing of production: proposal for a procedure implementation International Supply Chain: the implementation of a stock multifiliales group for finished components and products supplies from China - Application to Wirquin Does the purchasing function creates value for the company during a marketing change in the market of information technologies? What portfolio management "providers" by the Purchasing he contributes to the emergence of innovative projects in the client? Some examples of targeted competencies: Design approaches of Global Supply Chain Strategies Strategic Analysis Methods of Supply Chains Organization Purchasing and Supply Chain Development Purchasing and Supply in the short and medium term Chains Assessment of specifications: cost requirements, deadlines, quality and volume Eve of the developments in the market environment Identification and evaluation of suppliers performance Flow analysis between suppliers, customers and business Steering all logistics flows Execution of production monitoring Rationalization of transport costs Examples of career opportunities: Supply Chain Manager Purchasing manager Director Global Supply Chain Responsible for organizing the logistics chain Logistics Analyst - Supply Chain Coordinator / Humanitarian Coordinator logistics project Supply Chain Engineer Distribution Supply Chain Manager Purchasing and Supply Supply Chain Consultant Feed Manager Customer Service Manager Logistics Project Manager Head of Projects Purchases [-]

Master in Management - IPM

ICN Business School
Campus Full time 2 years

The Master in Management (Grande École Degree) program trains tomorrow's professionals to be able to perform across the boundaries between management and other disciplines. [+]

The Master in Management (Grande École Degree) program trains tomorrow's professionals to be able to perform across the boundaries between management and other disciplines. Students receive a thorough grounding in management disciplines. This gives them the confidence to confront, after many experiences both in the classroom and off-campus, a wide range of challenging and unique situations to which they will be asked to provide innovative solutions. Degree awarded: ICN Master in Management Degree – Degree approved by the French Government. Ministry of Higher Education Visa of Approval: ICN Business School is hereby authorized by the Ministry of Higher Education and Research to award the Degree of Master to successful graduates of its 2 years program ICN Master in Management. Why join the program? Build your customized program depending on your professional project: choose your specialization among 12 study Routes and more than 20 Artem Workshops. 
 Choose, from among the ICN's 130 partners in 50 countries, the foreign university which you think will contribute most to your training program (optional). 
 Learn to overcome yourself and to manage your future career thanks to the Management Seminars included in the program. PROGRAM CONTENT: 1st year (Master program or IPM): Common Core Course: Data analysis; Business environment; Intercultural communication; Professional skills; Cost accounting; Organizational behavior; Management control; Investment and financing decisions; IS management; Strategic marketing; Project management; Strategic analysis; Organizational design; Industrial and services marketing; Intercultural management; Risk and company valuation Specializations: Arts and Entertainment Industry Management; Audit; Banking, Funds and Markets; Communication and Digital Marketing; Management Control; Product/Service Design Innovation; Distribution, E-Commerce and Key Account Management; Corporate Finance; International Brand Management; Management of Innovation; Talent Management in Organizations; Banking and Insurance Artem Courses: choose your Artem Workshop among over 20 Workshops “Team Spirit” Seminar Internship: 3 months in a company 2nd year (Master program only): Common Core Course: Governance, ethics and CSR; Managing early growth and performance; Leadership; Strategy Management; Risk Management Option 1: Continuation of the Specialization choosen during the 1st year program Option 2: Choice of an ICN or an International Double Degree Artem Courses: Common Artem Courses + Artem Innovation Challenge (competition with Students from Artem Alliance) “Developing your career” Seminar Internship: 6 months in a company in France or abroad Requirements: Admission for international students: Students holding a Bachelor degree or a recognized foreign 3-year degree: 
 Admission on to 1st year for 2 years of study (Master in Management program)
  Admission on to 1st year for 1 year of study (IPM program) Admission Selection: Selection will be made on the basis of the completed application submitted (an oral interview can be organized). The application should contain: certified academic transcripts from all universities attended, a curriculum vitae, a covering letter and attestations of languages. Copy of the Certificate(s) of language(s) indicating level achieved [for non-native speakers of the language(s) required]: English language: TOEFL (79-80 IBT), TOEIC (750-800), GMAT (550), IELTS (6,5), Certificate of Cambridge (level C) French language: DALF or DELF (level B2) The admissions jury will meet in June. Practical information: Length of studies: 2 years of studies 
 Campuses location and languages of study: English track: Metz (France) or Nuremberg (Germany) for the 1st year program; Metz or Nancy (France) for the 2nd year program French track: Nancy (France) for the 2-year program Information: some options or modules of the program depend on the Campus choosen [-]

MBA

ISPED
Campus Part time 2 - 5 years

The ISPED in partnership with UAA - Autonomous University of Assuncion offers the Master's program in totally unique and differentiated Business Administration for Brazilians seeking a one Stricto Sensu certification internationally. Participants will have regular classes in the periods of January and July in classes tailored to Brazilians in short modules with continuous monitoring to revalidate the title in Brazil. [+]

Masters in Brazil 2017. The ISPED maintained by AELA - Latin American Educational Association and the Universidad Autónoma de Asunción offer to professionals in the field of general business administration a totally unique and different course for those seeking a certification Stricto Sensu level. It is the Master's Program in Business Administration internationally recognized for its level of excellence. The institutions propose to the academic Master the opportunity to perform it in classes designed for Brazilian students, and for professionals who have little time available. Participants will have regular classes in Asuncion - Paraguay, in the periods of January and July, for a total of 3 modules. The dynamics of the program allows the Master adapt their professional routine to the course, providing outstanding performance and a high level of excellence. GOAL Develop knowledge to provide an overview of the management of a company. Enhance the skills to implement management strategies in different companies and lines of business. Study and apply management and innovation models in the administrative area practiced worldwide. Explore the various knowledge management, as regards the public and private organizations, allowing to obtain insights that enable an analysis to the resolution of the higher complexity of a company. Evaluate the numerous tools and their proper use within each business activity. Analyze and apply the methodologies taught for development of a management focused on results. DIFFERENTIALS Spanish course conducted by ISPED EAD with 45 hours / classes for better preparation and adaptation to the country and the course (Meet the program content of this course). Program with 700 hours / classes requiring rigorous training that assists in scientific research, forming teachers, professionals and high-level researchers. professional development opportunities and international in small classes to better use. exclusive classes to Brazilians who enjoy a little time to start a peer course in your country. Infrastructure with the latest technology and modern classrooms arrangement of Mestrandos. Work and thesis defense developed in Portuguese. Certification "stricto sensu" (Master) issued by foreign institution of great recognition worldwide. Qualified teachers with Masters and Doctors specializing in Latin America. differentiated and affordable values. team monitoring specialized in Brazil and Paraguay from its initial trip to the delivery and defense of his thesis. Advice for obtaining student visa in Paraguay, required for revalidation processes. Advice for legalization of academic documents to the organs responsible in Brazil and Paraguay. student area in ISPED site enabling academic and administrative monitoring. [-]

International Master in Advanced Clay Science (IMACS)

University of Poitiers
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Brazil Porto Alegre

IMACS is an integrated Master of Science designed by 4 institutions with a wide range of leadership in clay science. [+]

ENVIRONMENTS- ECONOMIC GEOLOGY-SOIL MANAGEMENT-GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING-GEOMATERIAL-NANOMATERIAL IMACS is an integrated Master of Science designed by 4 institutions with a wide range of leadership in clay science : the University of Poitiers (UP) in France (co-ordinator), the University of Aveiro (UA) in Portugal, the Technical University of Crete (TUC) (Chania) in Greece, the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS) (Porto Alegre) in Brazil. Why clay minerals ? Interest in clays results from their common availability, and their unique physical and chemical properties. No other minerals currently attract so great an interest. In addition to their conventional ancient use as bricks, tiles, ceramics and for paper coating and waste management more recently, clays have found many novel applications. Clay minerals have provided a boost in technology, because they are inexpensive nanomaterials, and as such, they have a huge potential for the synthesis of polymer nanocomposites with superior mechanical and thermal properties. The optimisation of adsorption, colloidal and rheological properties also opens prospects of using clay minerals for medical uses, pollution control, and environmental protection. Clay minerals play a role in economic geology (both as important mineral resource and in energy resource exploration) and soil management. Clays also have many negative effects in geotechnical engineering, manifested in the form of landslides, mudflows, and the deterioration of clay-based construction materials. Clay knowledge is extremely inter- and multidisciplinary as it includes geological, geotechnical, mineralogical, physico-chemical and bio-geochemical aspects. The IMACS is the first master course addressing analytical techniques and their recent developments, clay mineral properties as well as their main application domains. Thus, the complex and versatile nature of clays, as well as their numerous uses and applications, demand that clay engineers have a multidisciplinary education. Objective of the IMACS programme Most existing Masters Courses dealing with clays focus on a single discipline or domain in which Clay Science does not necessarily constitute the main part of the course (Earth Sciences, Civil and Geotechnical Engineering, Materials Science, Environmental and Life Science, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering). However, Clay Science is a multidisciplinary endeavour, combining geology, mineralogy, crystallography, with physics, geotechnology and soil mechanics together with inorganic, organic, colloid chemistry and biochemistry. IMACS (International Master in Advanced Clay Science) is the first multi-disciplinary programme that brings together the widely-distributed knowledge of clays. IMACS is an integrated 2 years master programme delivered by four Universities : the University of Poitiers (France), the Technical University of Crete (Chania - Greece), the University of Aveiro (Portugal) and the Federal University of Rio Grande Do Sul (Porto Alegre – Brazil), and is supported by the French Clay Group (GFA) and AIPEA (International Association for the Study of Clay Minerals) which are associated members of IMACS. This programme approved by the European Commission under a very competitive application scheme as an Erasmus Mundus Joint Master programme in July 2009. During the first year, basic knowledge on clays, recent developments in clays and analytical techniques are provided, followed by a first specialization in Environment, soil and geological systems. After this training period, a master project completes the first year programme. The second year incorporates two specializations 1) Geomaterials and civil engineering, and 2) Advanced clay – nanomaterials, and Healing minerals. The master thesis (4 to 6 months) completes this second year and can be carried out at any of the partner research laboratories which constitute a network of more than 20 labelled research laboratories and numerous private companies. The objective of this Master is to form high level graduates by providing them a wide range of competences with applications in Environment, Earth Sciences, Materials (Geomaterials and Nanomaterials)... The interdisciplinary of the IMACS programme gives access to a large job market on the international level. A great number of research laboratories will be able to welcome for PhD IMACS students. IMACS students will be attractive for any engineer vacant positions requiring clay knowledge (Environment and waste management, Civil Engineering, Soils, Industries linked with mineral and energetic resources, Geo materials, Cement and Ceramic industry, Nano-materials, Cosmetics and medicine...). The teaching language is English. The completion of the curriculum is rewarded by a Master Degree or multiple Master Degrees depending on the student mobility. This Masters Course is open to students holding a BSc (or a degree equivalent to 180 ECTS) or an academic equivalence based on professional experience (validation of acquired experience is required), and a fluent understanding of the English language. Our Strengths: In connection with the industrial demand. Analysis expertise for mineral-geomaterial characterization : X-Ray Diffraction, Infrared Spectroscopy, Scanning and Transmission Electron Microscopy, Thermal Analyses, Tomography… A transdisciplinary approach. Two periods of internship in a partner laboratory (university or industry), conditioned by the grades acquired. An international training course. Documents required The applicant will have to send the following documents: Degree equivalent to BSc A certified (translated in English) copy of the required degree for application in a Masters Course (at least a Bachelor Degree or a nationally recognized degree equivalent to 180 ECTS). If requested, the applicant must prove the international recognition of the mentioned Degree as equivalent to a Bachelor and provide such official recognition translated in English. An academic equivalency could be attributed based on the professional experience of the applicant (validation of acquired experience). In consequence, the programme is not only open to B.Sc. students. Note: The application can be sent even if the B.Sc. is not fully completed at the deadline. This situation shall be explained precisely in the additional explanation letter. The IMACS selection board will decide if the application will be processed or not. Students from the following countries must contact the French Embassy or Consulate in their country as soon as possible: Algeria, Argentina, Benin, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Chile, China, Colombia, Comoros, Congo Brazzaville, Cote d’Ivoire, Gabon, Guinea, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Lebanon, Madagascar, Mali, Marocco, Mauritius, Mexico, Peru, Senegal, Russia, South Korea, Taiwan, Tunisia, Turkey, USA, Vietnam. These students must follow the standard CEF (Centre for Studies in France) online application process on the Campus France website.The Campus France pre-enrolment certificate is compulsory. Language proficiency Excepted for native speaker, a certified fluent level in English is needed as proof of the sufficient knowledge of the English language. Additional proficiency in French, Greek or Portuguese could also be sent. Transcript of records Transcript of records presenting the complete list of courses validated during the Bachelor with the grade obtained in an explained scale (preferentially the ECTS grading scale or the international norm defined by the NCEFEC on a scale from A+ to E). This document must be an official document emanating from the concerned institution with the name and the signature of person in charge of the formation and must be in English or a copy of a certified translation in English must be provided. Recommendations Two letters of reference emanating from two different teachers, researchers and/or professionals, who have directly known the applicant during a teaching or work period, explaining the applicant's suitability with respect to the programme applied for. The evaluation form completed by the person in charge of the last training (Bachelor or Master courses). Letter of motivation Typewritten or word-processed, in English, in which the applicant explains why he/she is applying, how he/she thinks that this application can help him/her and favor his/her personal project, what are his/her professional objectives. This letter must also present the candidate's arguments explaining his/her preference for the training mobility. CV Europass A curriculum vitae (in English) giving additional information useful for the evaluation and perception of the applicant's interest and suitability to the IMACS programme (the applicant's experience, project, training or studies abroad ; work experience, actual and past professional activities, miscellaneous & language skills). The creation of the CV Europass is performed on the EU website. Duly completed and signed Application form. Recent photography Copy of passport (or Id) Note that selected non European students have to possess a passport with an expiration date posterior to the normal date of the end of the course to which he/she is enrolled for (e.g. around 3 years). Additional explanation letter (if necessary) The applicant can explain in a separate letter specific issues, for example : special needs, missing documents... ... [-]

Graduate In Digital Projects

IED – Istituto Europeo di Design Rio de Janeiro
Campus Part time 400 hours March 2017 Brazil Rio de Janeiro

A graduate in Digital Project aims to encourage students to develop projects for digital media, including its limits and possibilities. [+]

Masters in Brazil 2017. THIS PROGRAM IS IN PORTUGUESE Taught A graduate in Digital projects It aims to enable the student to develop projects for digital media, including its limits and possibilities. 2nd Panel of Digital Projects Home: March Lessons: Monday and Wednesday - 19h30 to 22h30 Hours: 400 hours Portuguese language Description and Objectives: A graduate in Digital Project aims to encourage students to develop projects for digital media, including its limits and possibilities. During the course the student develops a series of exercises and projects that puts you in touch with ideas, methods and tools that promote innovative and creative results. Grounded in practice and collaboration as the primary means for understanding concepts and the absorption of content, this graduate aims to enable the student to participate in multidisciplinary teams to develop complex projects. Target Audience: Professionals in the areas of design, information technology and other stakeholders in the design and development projects for digital media, such as websites, applications, games, interactive exhibits. Course topics: - Design; - Programming; - Design methodologies; - Visual arts; - Data visualization; - Infographics; - Creativity and innovation. * The IED Rio reserves the right to postpone the course if they do not get a quorum. Coordinator: Peter Segreto Peter Segreto is director of Chaos! Video & Design studio that develops graphics and digital projects for cultural and corporate markets. Degree in architecture from FAU-UFRJ and master of design from PUC-RJ, where he developed the thesis "Microcinema - the impact of new digital technologies on audiovisual production," teaches about digital media and has participated in lectures and tables at universities and events in Brazil and abroad. Director of ADG Brazil, conceived and coordinates the Brazil Digital Award - BRIO. Periodization: 1st Semester (135h) Introduction to digital design (12h) - Marcelo Alt Introduction to Information Technology (12h) - Victor Fusco Project I (12h) - Peter Segreto Interface design I (12h) - Marcelo Alt Web development (12h) - Victor Fusco Project II (12h) - Peter Segreto Creative research (12h) - Eduardo Pucu Creativity laboratory (36h) - Renato Alarcão Thematic seminars (15h) 2nd Semester (135h) Design Interface II (12h) - Marcelo Alt Creative programming I (12h) = Victor Fusco Project III (12h) - Peter Segreto Design experience I (12h) - Marcelo Alt Creative programming II (12h) Victor Fusco Project IV (12h) - Peter Segreto Sustainability in design (12h) - Marco Maia Laboratory of physical interfaces (36h) - Henry Monnerat Thematic seminars (15h) 3rd Semester (130h) TCC (40h) - Peter Segreto and Isabel Xavier Design experience II (12h) - Marcelo Alt Creative programming III (12h) - Victor Fusco Connections (12h) Presentation techniques (18h) - Marcelo Alt Digital Prototyping Laboratory (36h) - Bernardo Alevato Ementário: Module I - Introduction to digital projects (36h) - Eduardo Pucu Introduction to digital design (12h) Revision of the basic concepts and graphic design bases and suaaplicação in preparing projects for digital media. Presentation skills, tools, and cases that illustrate and facilitate the architectural design exercise. Introduction to Information Technology (12h) Presentation of key technologies and languages ​​used in the development of digital projects and structural and basic knowledge about networks and computers. Project I (12h) Exercise Development facing the organization and presentation of information and data through interactive interfaces. Module II - Designing websites and mobile apps I (36h) - Victor Fusco Interface Design I (12h) Introduction to interface design for digital means. Information architecture, data modeling, development of wireframes and navigation flows. Web development (12h) Introduction to current technologies used in the development of websites, portals and mobile applications. Presentation of structural concepts of languages. Practical exercises realizable using HTML, CSS, Javascript. Project II (12h) website design and development application seeking the understanding of all projective steps and technologies involved. Conducted in collaboration with the Laboratóro of Creativity. Module III - Designing websites and mobile apps II (36h) - Victor Fusco Design Interface II (12h) Definition and development of interactions and transition according to the project assumptions. Development responsive interfaces. Creative programming I (12h) Presentation of the fundamental concepts of computational logic and design of algorithms using digital and analog tools. Project III (12h) website design or development oriented application for FDI River, your community or your surroundings. Application techniques of creative research in raising issues, opportunities and the definition and validation solutions. Module IV - Creative Programming and experimental projects (36h) - Peter Segreto I experience design (12h) Presentation of concepts of immersion, virtual reality, augmented reality, interactive spaces. Critical analysis and architectural design approach and success of applications. Presentation tools and technologies currently used in the market. Creative programming II (12h) Introduction to creative programming using Processing. Development of practical exercises to implement the concepts presented. Project IV (12h) Development of an experimental project in collaboration with Laboratory of physical interfaces. Module V - Experience and Immersion (36 hours) Peter Segreto Design experience II (12h) Application of the concepts discussed in chair design experience I using techniques such as mapping, applications for creating augmented reality, generation of immersive environments from photos and videos. Creative programming III (12h) Data visualization and infographics using Processign. Connections (12h) The connections chair holds meetings with market professionals, lectures by experts, special workshops, visits to companies and laboratories. Module VI - creativity Laboratory (36h) - Renato Alarcão Practical and theoretical exploration of the multiple paths of creativity and idea generation. Visual metaphors and the combination of text and images in the creative process. Sketchbook production as experimental tool and discovery. Module VII - Physical Interfaces Laboratory (36h) - Henri that Monnerat Concepts, practices and technical foundations in the development of man-machine interactive projects. Display cases and tools used in the creation of physical and interactive interfaces. Fundamental notions, hardware, boards, sensors. Development projects and practical exercises using the concepts presented. Module VIII - Digital Prototyping Laboratory (36h) - Bernardo Alevato Presentation techniques and tools that enable the prototyping and simulation of digital projects of diverse natures. The prototyping as a design methodology. Conducting usability testing and the generation of alternatives. The various prototyping stages and increase the complexity of the prototype. Collaboration and mentoring in the development of prototypes of course conclusion work. Module IX - Methods and techniques (42h) Eduardo Pucu Creative research (12h) Submission of dossiers and research methods from multidisciplinary umaabordagem inspired by ethnography, in order to feed new ideas. Analytical and creative techniques for each immersion step in the project. User-centric projects. Sustainability in design (12h) Concepts and definitions that approximate the sustainability ideas to the practice of design. Cases involving presentation of sustainability tools and digital media. Development of sustainable architectural design attitude. Presentation techniques (18h) Techniques and presentation methods. Critical analysis of notable cases. Construction speech and visual presentations. Digital and analog tools. Collaboration and mentoring in the development of the presentations of the course conclusion work. Thematic seminars (30h) Meetings with market professionals bringing transversal contents to all of FDI Rio postgraduate courses, in order to bring the students cause projects in collaboration and the creation of a community that can support the development of innovative and creative projects. TCC completion of course work (40h) - Isabel Xavier Completion of course work development aggregating the information, concepts and experiences shared by all current chairs in designing a complex project. We seek a final result of excellence to present the awareness of design practice, appropriate technical knowledge, clarity and objectivity exposure. [-]

LLM in Human Rights Law

University of Kent, Brussels Schools of International Studies
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2 years

This LLM programme provides the knowledge, conceptual tools and analytical skills appropriate for the development of a variety of careers in diplomacy and policy-making in international affairs. [+]

LLM in Human Rights Law Taught in the critical tradition of Kent Law School, the LLM examines the theory and practice of Human Rights Law, International Criminal Law, Humanitarian Law, Transitional Justice, Migration Law and other fields in the context of different policy areas and various academic disciplines. It is particularly suited to those who currently work in, or hope to work in international organisations, non-governmental organisations, international law firms and foreign affairs departments. In line with the new design of programmes of study at BSIS, the LLM in Human Rights Law allows students to choose secondary areas of specialisation from the range of programs offered at the School. Thus, a focused programme of study can be constructed of studying human rights law in the context of Conflict and Security, International Migration and others, leading to the award of a LLM degree in, for example, Human Rights Law with International Development. The cluster of modules in the Human Rights specialism can also be chosen from as a secondary area of specialization for those focusing on other fields, leading to the award of, for example, an MA degree in International Conflict and Security and Human Rights. Finally, the Kent Law School is a top-15 UK law school renown for its critical style of teaching, where you learn more than just the black-letter law: we want you to understand how different legal regimes came about and how they may be interpreted, challenged or possibly changed. This is complemented by the real world advantage of doing your LLM in the capital of the European Union; mere hours from the International Court of Justice in The Hague, the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg, and the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg. Key facts Duration: Standard programme: One year full-time or two years part-time Extended programme: 18 months full-time or three years part-time Start: September or January. Aims The aims of the LLM in Human Rights Law are to: Provide a postgraduate qualification of value to those intending to play a leading role in any field of human rights law; provide detailed knowledge and a high level of understanding of a range of specialised subject areas; and more broadly-based communication skills of general value to those seeking postgraduate employment. Provide a sound knowledge and systematic understanding of the institutional structures, key legal principles and particular contexts of international law. Provide a degree of specialisation in areas of public international law of individual interest from amongst the range of options that are available and which require students to engage with academic work which is at the frontiers of scholarship. Encourage students to develop a critical awareness of the operation of public international law, particularly in contexts which are perceived to be controversial or in a state of evolution. Encourage students to develop critical, analytical and problem-solving skills which can be applied to a wide range of legal and non-legal contexts. Develop the skills of academic legal research, particularly by the written presentation of arguments in a manner which meets relevant academic conventions. Encourage the production of original and evaluative commentary that meets high standards of scholarship; Assist those students who are minded to pursue academic research at a higher level in acquiring a sophisticated grounding in the essential techniques involved by following a specialised module in research methods. Structure The LLM in Human Rights Law is offered in both the Standard (90 ECTS) and the Extended (120 ECTS) Programme format. The Extended Programme allows students to broaden their knowledge and experience within the programme by taking more options whilst at the same time affording them a greater opportunity for internships. Students can also benefit by taking parts of the programme in Canterbury as well as in Brussels. To be awarded a standard LLM in Human Rights Law, students must take 6 taught modules, the methodology module 'Fundamentals, Dissertation and Research' and then submit a dissertation on a topic in Human Rights Law. For the extended programme students must take an additional 3 taught modules. Modules The programme of study has three components. The core of the programme consists of a solid grounding in the general field of international law and its historical and political context. Students take the complementary introductory modules Public International Law and Legal Aspects of Contemporary International Problems and the module International Human Rights. The second component consists of a range of specialised courses that provide in-depth analysis of major substantive areas of international law. Students can choose from International Criminal Law, the Law of International Organisations, International Economic Law, Diplomatic Law, International Law of the Sea, and International Migration Law. The final component consists of advanced training in research and legal writing and close dissertation supervision. [-]

Master In Logistics And Supply Chain Management

Grupo IOE
Online & Campus Combined Full time September 2017 Brazil São Paulo

The aim of this course is to acquire the necessary knowledge on the basis of organizational analysis from the point of view of management skills. [+]

Masters in Brazil 2017. The aim of this course is to acquire the necessary knowledge on the basis of organizational analysis from the point of view of management skills. Train workers to acquire the necessary for the performance of work in the new cultural frameworks of the current production system transversal skills. You can make inquiries and request tutorial of this training program by completing the form MORE INFORMATION. [-]

Master in International Affairs (Dual Degree with University of St. Gallen)

Sciences Po
Campus Full time 2 years

This two-year programme intends to prepare students and future decision-makers for internationally-focused jobs, both in the private and public sectors. [+]

Master in International Affairs (Dual Degree with University of St. Gallen) Dual Degree with University of Saint Gallen (Switzerland) Sciences Po and the University of St. Gallen, both members of the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA), have created a dual degree programme which allows students to obtain, after two years of study, the University of St. Gallen's Master in International Affairs and Governance and the Sciences Po Master's degree (in either the Master in Public Policy or the Master in European Affairs). This two-year programme intends to prepare students and future decision-makers for internationally-focused jobs, both in the private and public sectors. First year at Sciences Po During their first year in Paris, students must choose between the Master in Public Policy and the Master in European Affairs. In order to help students of this dual degree to integrate and develop multicultural skills, during the first year at Sciences Po, students of the dual degree are gathered in a Franco-Swiss joint seminar, led by professors of both universities. Master in Public Policy The Master in Public Policy is based on a multidisciplinary approach to public affairs, with courses that explore the intersection between public policy and cutting-edge technologies, and emphasize policy and decision making 2.0. The languages of instruction are English and/or French. Master in European Affairs The Master in European Affairs aims to prepare students and futures managers to work in the European affairs, both in the private and public sectors. During this first year, students acquire a broad knowledge of the legal, economic and political foundations of the European Union, as well as the history and sociology of the European integration project. Second year at St. Gallen The second year of the degree takes places at the University of Saint Gallen, where students join the Master of International Affairs and Governance. In this framework they have the possibility to deepen their knowledge and competences in the subjects that are at the heart of the University of Saint Gallen's expertise: economics, management and business. At Saint Gallen students can follow courses taught in English or in German. Admissions Students interested in this dual degree should apply directly via the admission website. Contact us For more information on the first year at Sciences Po, please contact the academic advisors of the School of Public Affairs. For more information on the second year at St. Gallen, please contact Frank Stadelmaier from the International Affairs Division (Tel: +33-(0)1 45 49 76 08). This is a dual degree with University of St. Gallen. [-]

Graduate In Branding Experience

IED – Istituto Europeo di Design Sao Paulo
Campus Full time 18 months March 2017 Brazil São Paulo

A graduate in Branding Experience the Istituto Europeo di Design - IED São Paulo brings a contemporary vision of how to build and extend brand value from the management of reputation among stakeholders (public reference) and projection image of organizations , products, services, locations, causes and even people. [+]

Masters in Brazil 2017. THIS PROGRAM IS IN PORTUGUESE Taught A graduate in Branding Experience the Istituto Europeo di Design - IED São Paulo It brings a contemporary vision of how to build and extend brand value from the management of reputation among stakeholders (public reference) and projection image of organizations, products, services, locations, causes and even people. Start Date: September Duration: 18 months Hours: 400 hours The graduate programs offered by the Faculty of Technology of the Istituto Europeo di Design are in legal compliance and meet the Resolutions CNE / CES No 1 of April 3, 2001 and paragraph 1, of June 8, 2007 the MEC - Ministry Education. The course is structured in disciplines (360h) and the end of the program, the student must submit a term paper, project or thesis, according to the modality chosen for that class (40h), totaling 400h. Graduate in Branding Experience. Goal: The course Graduate Branding Experience the Istituto Europeo di Design - IED São Paulo aims to train experts in Branding, able to build and extend brand value from the management of reputation among stakeholders (public reference) and image projection organizations, products, services, locations, causes and even people. The program proposes a complete route that takes into account different stages of building a branding strategy - from the generation of "brand equity" with the definition of values ​​and other tangible and intangible elements of differentiation, including strategic positioning, to the planning of marketing activities, which include actions aimed at the interaction of brands with their audiences, ie, their expressions and experiences. Methodology: The course is divided in three phases: - Phase I - Context and Research - Alignment of concepts of branding, the current context analysis and Introduction to Design Thinking. - Phase II - Diagnosis and Strategy - Focused on the diagnosis of the company, construction strategy, brand platform and brand expressions. - Phase III - Implementation - This phase presents disciplines focused on project implementation, stakeholder management, project formatting entrepreneurship. Public: The course is designed for graduates in design, marketing, communication, human sciences or management and project development, working in companies, agencies and consultancies. Coordination: Leandro Designer Cattani is formed by the Istituto Europeo di Design in Rome, Italy. It is a postgraduate degree in Branding (MBA-Branding, from Rio Branco Integrated Colleges Brand Management). With over 15 years of experience in Graphic Design and Motion Design, currently part of BrandTeam, interdisciplinary group of collaborative projects in the areas of Branding and Innovation. He graduated in philosophy from the Catholic University of Pelotas, Rio Grande do Sul and Journalism from the Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul. He was professor of visual identity at the Istituto Alberghiero Aurelio SAFFI in Florence, Italy. He is a professor of semiotics in the course of Product Design IED-Instituto Europeo Di Design. [-]

Master In Specialized Education And Inclusion In The School Context - Aee

Grupo Tiradentes
Campus Full time 18 months March 2017 Brazil Aracaju

The course aims to encourage the education professionals: teachers of the regular room, the rooms of ESA (Educational Service Specialist), managers, among others, discussions able to subsidize them in pedagogical practices that contribute to inclusion, with the development, autonomy and learning disabled person, providing an understanding of the teacher's role of the Educational Service Specialist and its relationship with various disabilities in the school context. [+]

Differentials Course The course aims to foster education professionals: teachers of the regular room, the rooms ESA (Educational Service Specialist), Managers, among others, discussions able to subsidize them in pedagogical practices that contribute to inclusion, with the development, autonomy and learning disabled person, providing an understanding of the teacher's role of the Educational Service Specialist and its relationship with various disabilities in the school context. For this it is necessary to draw up the plans call from the recognition of the type of disability and the existing skills; identify, develop, produce and organize learning resources, accessibility and strategies, considering the type of disability in order to build an action plan according to the needs presented and understand the importance of assistive technology in the person's inclusion process with disabilities and AEE . General objective • The course aims to encourage the education professionals: teachers of the regular room, the rooms of ESA (Educational Service Specialist), managers, among others, discussions able to subsidize them in pedagogical practices that contribute to inclusion, with the development , autonomy and learning disabled person. Specific objectives • Provide an understanding of the teacher's role of the Educational Service Specialist and its relationship with various disabilities in the school context; • Develop plans call from the recognition of the type of disability and the existing skills; • Identify, develop, produce and organize learning resources, accessibility and strategies, considering the type of disability in order to build an action plan as presented to need; Understand the importance of assistive technologies in the process of inclusion of people with disabilities and the AEE TARGET AUDIENCE Licensed and pedagogues who can act in basic education. METHODOLOGY The teaching methodology is at the discretion of each teacher, which may adopt different teaching strategies, defined in the respective educational programs (Education Plans), privileging case studies; games and simulations; conferences; lectures; seminars; directed studies; group work; practical classes in the laboratory; discussions and exchanges of experience and reading texts previously available. [-]

Management And Dev. Business

Universidade Estácio
Campus or Online Full time 2 years March 2017 Brazil Rio de Janeiro

The MADE's mission is to produce knowledge and train professionals in business management to work in teaching, research and business practice, stimulating critical consciousness that contributes to the scientific, technological, cultural and social development of the country, with ethical commitment and social responsibility. [+]

Masters in Brazil 2017. Goals The MADE's mission is to produce knowledge and train professionals in business management to work in teaching, research and business practice, stimulating critical consciousness that contributes to the scientific, technological, cultural and social development of the country, with ethical commitment and social responsibility. Given its professional nature, MADE has as general objectives: a) develop the specific skills related to business management with emphasis on the processes of change and business development; b) develop technical and scientific production that can contribute to the academic and professional debate on the interdisciplinary themes that are built around the business administration; c) consolidate the rapprochement between the Estacio de Sa University, the business community, development agencies and regional integration organizations to promote a permanent exchange of experiences. Duration of the course The Master in Management and Business Development (MADE) is structured to be completed within 24 months, counting from the date of enrollment of the student in the course and comprising four semesters, as follows: a) the first two semesters for compliance with 12 required courses; b) the third semester for I Guidance (development and qualification of the dissertation project); and c) the fourth semester for Orientation II (implementation of field research, pre-defense seminar and dissertation). Concentration area The area of ​​concentration MANAGEMENT AND BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT aims to develop the skills and the specific skills of management whose daily life is change. In this context, the area of ​​concentration is structured in two lines of research focusing on the key business skills required for professional management par excellence. The area of ​​concentration directs the teaching and research activities of MADE according to course design guidelines. Research lines The research lines are themed cutouts that determine different specificities of interest of the program and allow the deepening of the developed research. Organizations Analyzes the dynamics (goals, means and policies) and the shares resulting from the adjustment of business requirements to existing competition standards in the various economic sectors, considering the market, society, networks and people. Management Technologies Studies technologies, procedures and tools to support production systems, management control, information, and decision making. [-]

Master's Degree In Environmental Science And Technology

Universidade Do Vale Do Itajaí
Campus Full time Part time 2 semesters March 2017 Brazil Itajaí + 1 more

Welcome to the site of the Graduate Program in Environmental Science and Technology (PPCTA). Here you will find the necessary information about the Master's and PhD, as well as updates on the academic activities of the program. The PPCTA enables human resources to work in the areas of teaching, research and development through knowledge-domain-oriented tools and technologies for ... [+]

Master in Environmental Science and Technology Welcome to the site of the Graduate Program in Environmental Science and Technology (PPCTA). Here you will find the necessary information about the Master's and PhD, as well as updates on the academic activities of the program. The PPCTA enables human resources to work in the areas of teaching, research and development through knowledge-domain tools and technologies focused on the environment. Program Objectives The Graduate Program in Environmental Science and Technology (PPCTA) enables human resources to work in the areas of teaching, research and development through knowledge-domain-oriented tools and technologies for the environment. Inserted in the Interdisciplinary Area of ​​the CAPES PPCTA search a diversified context of different areas of environmental sciences, with the following objectives: train human resources to work in teaching, management, research and development in the environmental area through interdisciplinary ecological knowledge and the development of tools and technologies that can be applied in understanding and tackling the problems of the man-nature relationship; develop new technical and scientific knowledge to better management of environmental issues presented by the company (both by the productive sector, as public opinion), integrating the training of students in this search process of new knowledge, interdisciplinary and complex, but fundamentally necessary ; promote interconnection between academic knowledge and social reality, allowing both the productive sector and the general population can benefit from new knowledge of the advance generated by the fusion of distinct knowledge featuring an innovative and harmonious social integration between the parties involved; participate actively in the establishment of local and national environmental policies through data collection and the development of new environmental management tools in addition to providing skilled manpower for such necessarily interdisciplinary objectives; promote international exchange of graduate students through partnerships / technical and scientific agreements in order to add different knowledge and experiences for the development of new approaches to environmental issues, adapted to particular situations; provide technical / scientific support to graduates to maintain bonds of scientific partnerships with PPGCTA, seeking continuous improvement and promoting the exchange of experiences between those involved in the projects. Basic module and Mandatory Semester 1 Sustainable Use of Natural Resources Environmental Technology Fundamentals Scientific methodology Interdisciplinary Project development Seminars Case Studies in Environmental Science and Technology Semester 2 Environmental Management Principles Ecology Fundamentals Applied statistics Seminars CAPES / UDELAR Scholarship granted by the Higher Education Personnel Improvement Coordination (CAPES), through Project: Comparative Analysis of Process Management and Urban Beaches Governance between Brazil and Uruguay for students to develop the sub-project: environmental services Analysis in Camboriú beaches (Santa Catarina - Brazil) and Pocitos (Montevideo - Uruguay). The scholarship is for one year in Uruguay entitled to be associated with the Master's degree in integrated coastal management. In the second year, the student will complete the dissertation in the Laboratory of Conservation, Management and Coastal Governance in UNIVALI. Bags CAPES / PROSUP - Master Scholarships and School Fees paid by the Higher Education Personnel Improvement Coordination (CAPES), through the Support Program for Graduate (PROSUP) for the Graduate Program in Environmental Science and Technology - Master and Doctorate academic in the fields of study in: Technology and Environmental and Aquatic Ecosystems Management. Each selection process will be made available Scholarships and Fees for new students. The Notices destined for each process, will be made available on the homepage of PPCTA. Documentation required for registration Photocopy of Graduate Course Diploma (authenticated); Transcript photocopy of Graduation (authenticated); Photocopy of Identity Card and CPF; Photocopy of the birth or marriage certificate; Curriculum Vitae documented; Search intention; Proof of payment of registration fee (bank transfer in the amount of R $ 140.00); Two 3x4 photos. It is noteworthy that applicants and prospective students should be informed about the program's objectives, lines of research, curriculum and guiding future, allowing it to further clarification of the program's areas of expertise and topics of dissertations and theses. More information Registration should be made via Internet and documentation, along with proof of payment to be printed also the Internet, will be accepted via SEDEX-stamped posting at the Post Office until last day of enrollment in the selection process or delivered in person at the Secretariat academic course. [-]

In Civil Engineering Graduate

Universidade Veiga de Almeida (UVA)
Campus Full time March 2017 Brazil Belém

The Civil Engineering graduate course can be accomplished in five years (10 periods) and is structured to provide the classic theoretical foundations and the most modern advanced techniques applicable to problem solving in the area. [+]

Masters in Brazil 2017. The course The Civil Engineering graduate course can be accomplished in five years (10 periods) and is structured to provide the classic theoretical foundations and the most modern advanced techniques applicable to problem solving in the area. The course provides the student with a solid background in the area of ​​operation, growing in scope due to the constant technological evolution of the modern world, highlighting the non-aggression to the environment and participation, increasing of civil engineers in management activities , management and planning. Every day, there are many and profound changes, due to the development of new materials and technologies, and the creation and adoption of new analytical methods, influenced by the use of computers. Therefore, the Civil Engineering field of activity has expanded and extrapolated the traditionally preferred areas (structures, geotechnical and transportation, water resources and construction materials). Following the innovations and trying to keep current graduation curriculum and teaching methods, the Civil Engineering course at UVA provides its students with technical visits and practical classes in geotechnical laboratories, building materials, topography, and computing means. Course features The course provides the student with a solid background in the area of ​​operation, growing in scope due to the constant technological evolution of the modern world, highlighting the non-aggression to the environment and participation, increasing of civil engineers in management activities, management and planning. Following the innovations and trying to keep updated curriculum of undergraduate and teaching methodologies, the Civil Engineering Course of UVA provides its students with technical visits and practical classes in Geotechnical Engineering laboratories, building materials, topography, and computing means. Differential UVA The course has Geotechnical Laboratory, Building Materials and Reinforced Concrete, and IT infrastructure composed of seven computer labs and two multimedia rooms; The Civil Engineering has four major fronts: Structures, Geotechnics and Roads, Water Resources and Building Materials. And constantly keeping up with the technological innovations, the Civil Engineering Course of UVA maintains its curriculum and updated teaching methodology. The course provides its students with technical visits and practical classes, following and practicing the technologies used by companies, allowing them a critical view of engineering problems, expanding their capacity to create and propose targeted and effective solutions. Supports competitiveness in the new economy, the Civil Engineering Course also provides its students with a set of complementary activities, scientific projects and projects carried out during the course Engineering and development of the monograph. The experience allows the engineer to the achievement of valued jobs. Graduation enables the professional to continue in academic life, whether as a student in continuing education and graduate either as teacher and researcher. [-]