Fundação Getulio Vargas, Escola De Administração De Empresas De São Paulo (Brazil)

Fundação Getulio Vargas, Escola De Administração De Empresas De São Paulo (Brazil)FGV-EAESP was founded in the 1950s by the joint efforts of the Brazilian government, Brazilian business community, and Michigan State University. In the midst of a major industrialization period, Brazil had a sudden and immediate need for skilled management and expertise to confront the country’s new economic obstacles. FGV was created to assume this responsibility and has since that time continued to contribute to Brazil’s development through the training of first-rate leaders and experts in economy, business and management.

Indeed, since 1954, FGV-EAESP, Escola de Administração de Empresas de São Paulo, has been committed to forming outstanding professionals and learned citizens who possess the necessary tools to cope to with the economic and social challenges of a constantly changing and challenging world.

FGV-EAESP is a member of the PIM (Partnership in International Management) and a Full Academic Member of CEMS (Community of European Management Schools and International Companies).  FGV-EAESP has Triple international accreditation: AACSB; EQUIS and the Association of MBAs.

The more than 100,000 graduates of the FGV-EAESP reflect the characteristics of an EAESP education: strong theoretical foundations, acute expertise, an ability to comprehend and respond to current political and social complexities in a manner that contributes to development, etc.

Key Figures:  FGV - EAESP:

  • 25% of FGV EAESP alumni are CEOs in Brazil
  • According to America Economia 2006 –2007, FGV –EAESP ranked as the 1st Business School in Brazil and 3rd Business School in Latin America
  • The largest business library collection in Latin America
  • 300 Faculty members (120 tenure-track and 180 non tenure-track)
  • 300 Guest speakers per year
  • An administrative staff of 300
  • 7 Academic Departments
  • 80 International Partnering Schools 
  • Status: private non-profit business school


Enrolled Students: 15,000 students
Undergraduate: 2,000
Business Administration: 1,600
Public Administration: 400


Graduate: 2,830
Diploma in Business Administration for Graduates (part time MBA): 2,300
MSc Academic Oriented (full time MBA): 50
Master in Business Administration (MPA): 110
ONEMBA – Global Executive MBA: 20
Diploma Distance Learning Education (GVnet): 200


Doctorate (PhD): 150

Continuing Education: More than 10,300 students
FGV-EAESP hosts the most complete Continuing Education Program in Brazil with more then 60 specific courses in the field of management studies

www.eaesp.fgvsp.br

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