A global school
About the school
FGV EBAPE, a School of Excellence
Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration (FGV EBAPE) has more than 70 years of innovative and pioneering teaching and research. It is the main reference in administration in Brazil and is known for its strong orientation towards its internalization, the excellence of its faculty body and its global acknowledgment.
The school achieved the highest scores in the quality assessment from the Brazilian Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel of the Ministry of Education (CAPES/MEC), obtained international accreditations, and established valuable partnerships with distinguished international institutions, consolidating its high quality and providing cutting-edge education for students at different stages of their careers.
FGV EBAPE is also a state-of-the-art knowledge hub, carrying out research of great applicability and highly relevant to society’s evolution.
FGV EBAPE is well-known worldwide for its teaching excellence, assertive methodology, and exceptional faculty Body. An aspect that indicates all these characteristics is the achievement of globally recognized accreditations designed to assess educational institutions’ high standards and quality.
Statute of FGV
FGV’s Bylaws govern aspects such as qualification, legal status, location, and corporate purpose.
Code of Ethics and Conduct
The Code of Ethics and Conduct is a reference for the personal and professional performance of all FGV stakeholders. It establishes a respectful and transparent relationship standard that adheres to the institution’s mission, vision, values, and ethical principles.
School Rules of Procedures
These rules determine the administrative, didactic, pedagogical, and disciplinary organization, establishing the form of work, norms, and the rights and duties of all those sharing the school’s environment.
Institutional Development Plan
The Institutional Development Plan (PDI) is a document that defines the mission of the higher education institution, the strategies to achieve its goals and objectives, and the institutional policies for teaching, research, and extension. Covering a period of five years, the PDI contemplates the schedule and methodology for implementing the objectives, targets, and actions, observing the coherence and connection between the various activities and the maintenance of quality standards.
The authorization acts are issued by the Ministry of Education (MEC) and by the Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel (CAPES) to guarantee the operation of a higher education institution offering undergraduate programs and stricto sensu graduate programs (Master’s and PhD).
- Undergraduate program: accreditation and re-accreditation of higher education institutions (HEIs) and authorization, recognition, and renewal of the programs’ recognition.
- Stricto sensu graduate programs: CAPES uses a four-year evaluation, attributing grades ranging from 1 to 7.
Self-Assessment Committee (CPA)
FGV EBAPE has a self-assessment Committee (CPA) responsible for coordinating the internal evaluation process, systematizing and providing important information and data. The CPA complies with Federal Law 10861, of April 14, 2004, which established the National System for the Evaluation of Higher Education (SINAES).
In compliance with Technical Note INEP/DAES/CONAES 65/2014, the school’s self-assessment process includes five axes:
1. Planning and Evaluation
2. Institutional Development
3. Academic Policies
4. Management Policies
5. Physical Infrastructure
The Self-Assessment Committee (CPA) is made up of representatives of the academic community and businesses, government, and nonprofit sectors. The CPA promotes the school’s self-assessment to identify potentialities and challenges, correct directions, and strengthen academic participation.
The CPA members are:
|Faculty||Roberto da Costa Pimenta|
|Faculty||Bernardo de Abreu Guelber Fajardo|
|Students||Guilherme Soares Azevedo|
|Students||Ricardo Mello Duarte|
|Technical-administrative staff||Marco Antônio Teixeira do Amaral|
|Technical-administrative staff||Darliny Maria Amorim de Sousa Oliveira|
|Public sector||Gustavo Guimarães Marchisotti|
|Nonprofit sector||Aline de Matos Lima Fróes|
International Advisory Board
FGV EBAPE works to maintain the teaching standards of the best business schools worldwide by increasingly expanding its international operations. The International Advisory Board was created in this context, bringing the school closer to executives and directors of renowned international institutions.
The International Advisory Board offers strategic directions to FGV EBAPE, discussing academic aspects, program improvement, and topics related to careers and corporate relations.
Diversity and inclusion are core values
The mission of the Diversity Committee is to promote and support a diverse and welcoming environment that opens space for a multiplicity of visions and perspectives in all activities at FGV EBAPE.
The FGV EBAPE’s Alumni Council was created to provide strategic direction to FGV EBAPE, focusing on the continuous development of research and practice in administration. The Alumni Council contributes to keeping the school among the leading higher education institutions in the world.
The Council expands FGV EBAPE’s connection with the market due to the vision and experience of its alumni, who are professionals in leadership positions of large organizations. Thus, the synergy between the school, organizations, and society increases, expanding the opportunities for students and alumni to enter the labor market.
FGV EBAPE’s five-year strategic plan (from 2021 to 2025) seeks to reposition the organization in the market, incorporate new brand attributes, prioritize, renew, and launch new programs, and pursue opportunities to achieve operational excellence.
The plan was drawn from an extensive consultation process conducted between October 2020 and March 2021, involving faculty, students, staff, alumni, and market representatives. The participants offered valuable input, complemented by high-level secondary research to understand how the best business schools in the world are positioning themselves.
The central objective of the work was to develop a unified vision of the future and establish a strategic direction, ratifying and rectifying the plan of initiatives currently in force.
The strategic plan was structured to address three lines of action:
The strategic plan defines six main paths:
Where to find us
Edifício Ministro Roberto Campos
R. Jorn. Orlando Dantas, 30 - Botafogo, Rio de Janeiro.
Barra da Tijuca
Centro Empresarial Mario Henrique Simonsen (CEMHS)
Av. das Américas, 3434 / Bl. I - Barra da Tijuca , Rio de Janeiro.