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Best Universities for Master Programs in Brazil 2024

Number of institutions: 86
    • São Paulo, Brazil
    • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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    This program is only available as a second part of the Dual Degree Program after students. is only available via our highly accredited University...

    • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    • Bailrigg, United Kingdom
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    The first public administration school in Latin America, the Brazilian School of Public Administration at the Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV EBAP) was established in Rio de Janeiro on April 15, 1952 through a partnership between the United Nations (UN) and the FGV, in order to respond to demands for qualified professionals in this field.

    • Nantes, France
    • São Paulo, Brazil
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    Partner of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Nantes, L’École de design Nantes Atlantique is a private institution for higher education dedicated to design professions, in association with l’Université de Nantes.

    • Paraná, Brazil

    There are many aspects that value a higher education institution, but a high reputation in MEC is the main indication that the courses, the structure, and the faculty are within the ideal quality standards. According to the latest disclosure of the agency, Uniandrade obtained grade 4 (with the highest score being 5) and is among the best university centers in the country. The note refers to the IGC - acronym for General Course Index. But Uniandrade's commitment to teaching excellence did not begin in the last year. There are more than 40 years of history for that purpose! In addition to the IGC, the institution is proud to have 80% of undergraduate courses evaluated with marks of excellence. To place an institution in this prominent position, the MEC committee evaluates several aspects, among them the performance of students at ENADE, the physical structure, qualification of teachers, among others.

    • Goiás, Brazil

    Created in 1999 by Law 13.456, the State University of Goiás brought a new and promising reality in Higher Education in the State. Organized as a multicampus University, based in Anápolis, UEG is the result of the process of transformation and incorporation of important higher education institutions such as the State University of Anápolis (Uniana), the Higher School of Physical Education of the State of Goiás (Esefego) and other isolated higher education institutions, maintained by the government. According to historical records, UEG was born to benefit a large number of municipalities in Goiás, with an emphasis on regional specificities. Its growth provided an innovative experience through a project of interiorization of teaching, research, and extension activities, leading to several municipalities in Goiás a University Campus with the implementation of undergraduate and graduate courses in the most diverse areas of knowledge. In addition, UEG implemented Special Programs such as the Full Parceled Degree Program that provided training, at the undergraduate level, to thousands of teachers from the state, municipal and private networks. UEG has been taking shape with the mission of producing and socializing scientific knowledge and knowledge, in addition to developing the culture and integral training of professionals and individuals capable of being critically inserted in society and promoting the transformation of the socioeconomic reality of the State of Goiás and from the country. As a multi-campus institution, UEG has University Campus in all micro-regions of the State contributing to the sustainable development of Goiás.

    • Jardim Sao Paulo, Brazil

    The Federal University of the Valleys of Jequitinhonha and Mucuri (UFVJM) is a public higher education institution linked to the Ministry of Education (MEC), created by Law 11.173, published in the Federal Official Gazette on September 8, 2005. Its history began in September 1953, when the then-governor Juscelino Kubitschek de Oliveira founded the Faculty of Dentistry of Diamantina (Faod), with the objective of meeting the needs of the large area that is the Jequitinhonha Valley. Before becoming UFVJM, it was the Federal Faculty of Dentistry (Fafeod) and Integrated Federal Colleges of Diamantina (Fafeid). UFVJM has campuses in four cities: Diamantina, Teófilo Otoni, Unaí and Janaúba, covering the mesoregions of Jequitinhonha, Vale do Mucuri, Noroeste and Norte de Minas Gerais.

    • Formosinha, Brazil

    The Catholic University of Brasilia (UCB) is the only private university in the Federal District. It is a Catholic, philanthropic, and community higher education institution. UCB is administered by the Brazilian Union of Catholic Education (UBEC), which was founded in 1972, with the aim of maintaining Catholic educational institutions, providing a solid and quality education network.

    • São Paulo, Brazil

    Innovation, technology, sustainability, and hands-on work have been the essence of Eniac for 35 years. Through real and challenging projects, Eniac trains leaders and entrepreneurs who, since students, develop the professional skills and practices necessary to stand out in the job market. All this investment in multidisciplinary methodologies, infrastructure, and international quality standards, make Eniac the best higher education institution in Guarulhos, according to the MEC ranking.

    • Bonsucesso, Brazil

    Acting in the academic field for over 50 years, UNISUAM has developed through the years while it changed the reality of its students. First Brazil’s University Center, UNISUAM has always kept its students in the first place, focusing on its mission to promote the development of men, practicing Teaching aimed at the academic, professional, and personal enhancement of the public to which it relates.

    • Fábricas, Brazil

    The Federal University of São João del-Rei ( UFSJ ) was established by Law 7,555, of December 18, 1986, as the São João del-Rei Higher Education Foundation ( Funrei ), resulting from the meeting and federalization of two institutions: the Dom Bosco Faculty of Philosophy, Sciences and Letters, whose activities began in 1954, maintained by the Province of São João Bosco; and the Municipal Foundation of São João del-Rei, which maintains the Faculty of Economic, Administrative and Accounting Sciences (Faceac) and the Faculty of Industrial Engineering (Faein), whose activities began in 1972 and 1976 respectively.

    • Bahia, Brazil

    The BAHIA ADVENTIST FACULTY (FADBA) is an educational institution of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, based on the biblical worldview, committed to the Christian work of redemption and the integral formation of competent professionals for the responsible exercise of citizenship and service to the community.

    • Parque dos Jacarandás, Brazil

    The University shows how to combine the strong tradition and the connection to the contemporary world and its transformations. The future, innovation, entrepreneurship, and sustainability are the basis of an environment that integrates the evolution of science, knowledge, and technology, in a multidisciplinary way.

    • Goiabeiras, Brazil

    Federal University of Espírito Santo (Ufes) is a self-governing institution connected to the Ministry of Education (MEC), with curricular, scientific, administrative, financial, and asset-management autonomy. It operates under a belief in the indivisibility of teaching, research and outreach programs, with a vocation to work in all fields of knowledge. Ufes was founded on May 5, 1954. It comprises four university campuses – Goiabeiras and Maruípe in the capital city of Vitória, and in the municipalities of Alegre (south of the state) and São Mateus (north of the state) – with an area of 4.3 million square meters. The total area of its campuses is 292,000 square meters (built area).

    • Ondina, Salvador, Brazil

    The Federal University of Bahia began on February 18, 1808, when Prince Regent Dom João VI instituted the School of Surgery of Bahia, the first university course in Brazil. Still, in the 19th century, it incorporated courses in Pharmacy (1832) and Dentistry (1864), the Academy of Fine Arts (1877), Law (1891), and Polytechnic (1896). In the 20th century, Isaías Alves created the Faculty of Philosophy, Sciences, and Letters (1941). The founder of UFBA- The first rector of the University was highlighted in the trajectory of higher education. Born in Salvador, in 1894, graduated in medicine and specialized in surgery in São Paulo. Upon returning, he joined the chair of Pathology and Surgery and headed the Faculty of Medicine. During 15 years as rector (1946-1961), he led the process of federalization and implemented the physical and personnel infrastructure, writing the first chapter of an integrated university: Arts, Letters, Humanities and Sciences. In the first year of the rectorate, the University of Bahia was formally constituted. In 1950, he became the Federal University of Bahia, integrating isolated schools and instituting other courses. In fifteen years under the leadership of Edgard Santos, UFBA flourished in the areas of arts, humanities, and health.

    • Vila Mariana, Brazil

    Traditionally recognized as an institution specialized in health sciences, Unifesp is responsible for the training of qualified human resources and for the development of scientific research in health. Its nucleus of origin is the Escola Paulista de Medicina, whose foundation dates back to 1933 and which was supported by private resources and government subsidies until federalization in 1956. With the enactment of Law No. 8,957, in 1994, EPM transformed at a federal university, maintaining the courses taught in the areas of Medicine, Nursing, Biological Sciences (medical modality), Speech Therapy, and Ophthalmic Technology - which today integrates Health Technologies.