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FGV at a Glance
Our numbers are a great way to showcase the magnitude of our work
101.057 continuing education students
5.980 undergraduate students
2.749 master’s students
600 PhD students
533 regular studies and researches completed
3.216 academic papers produced by professors, researchers and technicians
*Consolidated data referring to 2022
A world of possibilities with FGV’s International Affairs Division
FGV is recognized internationally for its teaching and research excellence. To develop well-rounded graduates, FGV uses innovative teaching methodologies and relevant content aligned with the changes in society and the demands of today’s job market. With its well-renowned faculty and top-of-the-line infrastructure, the academic practices developed by FGV are on a par with the international recognition the institution has received, always attentive to current events, preparing its students to face the challenges of the modern world.
FGV has partnerships with over 250 higher education institutions around the world, reaffirming our commitment to the educational and social development of over 8.000 students in our schools and 100.000 continuing education students. The International Affairs Division is responsible for establishing the connections which make possible the exchange programs, double degrees, internships, international scholarships as well as international students and professors from other countries at FGV. FGV’s internationalization goals is to open the doors of the world to its students and faculty members, promoting the exchange of experiences, cultures and global perspectives.
The contents developed by FGV go far beyond the institution’s wall. What is taught at our school is not focused only on the academic realm.Here, theory and practice go hand-in-hand. The studies and research done at FGV foresee tendencies, address problematic issues in today’s society and are the forerunners in its respective fields. The international experience exchanges provided with the assistance of the International Affairs Division allow the development of diverse relationships, search for global solutions to strategic subjects and the analysis and recommendations that support decisions made by influential citizens all around the world.
FGV offers a variety of scholarship programs. It also maintains an updated list of national and international study and research opportunities. Aligned with the market demands, FGV encourages its students to continue developing their abilities by providing the necessary tools for the improvement of their knowledge and skills. FGV also has a Career Development Office. The CDO helps students and alumnae/i to connect with employers (from the private, public and third sector), and offers services and programs focused on professional networking, career goals, personal growth and professional development.