Fatos e números
Discover facts and figures that demonstrate the results of more than 60 years preparing leaders.
* Data referring to 2019
of undergraduate students receive a scholarship
international partners in 38 countries
students and 230 professors
members of the alumni network
international students take our courses every year
Fundação Getulio Vargas’s Sao Paulo School of Business Administration (FGV EAESP) was founded in 1954, thanks to the joint efforts of the Brazilian government and business community, in collaboration with Michigan State University, in order to train people to tackle the challenges Brazil was going through.
It was a period of fast growth, technological change, international contact and the emergence of new economic powers. In this context, the School played a fundamental role in preparing and updating Brazil’s managerial capacity, working to meet new demands for executive education and accompanying the phase of intense industrial development that was beginning.
Since then, FGV EAESP has enhanced itself continuously to meet the demands of the academic and business communities, creating and implementing new courses and services in many different sectors.
Opening of Sao Paulo School of Business Administration (FGV EAESP), thanks to the joint efforts of the Brazilian government and business community, in collaboration with Michigan State University.
Launch of Business Administration Undergraduate Program, one of the first in Brazil.
Foundation of Research and Publications Center.
Launch of Journal of Business Administration, the first Brazilian scientific journal in the area, which has been published continuously since then.
FGV EAESP is a business school internationally recognized for its excellence. Composed by programs, from undergraduate to doctorate, it offers courses in business administration, public administration. The institution is also recognized for its 18 study centers that foster practical and applicable knowledge in the challenges of contemporary companies. The internal departments provide the necessary support so that the more than 300 teachers can work at a level of excellence and train competent managers for the market.