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Selecion Process

Two selection processes are traditionally offered for admission to the Master in Business Administration and Development. In June the results of ANPAD tests and internal selection tests are evaluated, the curriculum vitae analyzed and the students who will start the course in the second semester of the current year are interviewed. In December, for students who will start the course in the first semester of next year. Notices of these selection processes are published on this site page 2 months in advance.

Detailed information about the lines of research (Organizations and Management Technologies) and research projects must be consulted on the page /cursos/mestrado-e-doutorado/administracao-e-desenv-empresarial/projetos-de-pesquisa.aspx. A careful reading of research projects is important because only dissertation themes that are aligned with the research projects of the Program will be accepted. The curricular structure can be accessed in /cursos/mestrado-e-doutorado/administracao-e-desenv-empresarial/estrutura-curricular.aspx.

Information about the ANPAD test is available at http://www.anpad.org.br/teste.php. Annually, ANPAD offers test editions in the months of February, June, and September.

 

Regime of Isolated Disciplines:

For students who are graduates or who are taking recognized undergraduate courses, even if they have not submitted to the selection process for admission to the master's degree, it is allowed to enroll in disciplines of the MADE curricular structure. The authorization will be granted by the Masters Coordination from the analysis of the curriculum vitae of the candidate. If these students are approved later in the selection process, the disciplines that were frequented prior to their actual admission to the master's degree may be incorporated and computed in their academic records, provided that the provisions contained in the MADE Regulations are respected (see Master's Secretary for more information). This form of participation in the master's degree is known as Regime of Isolated Disciplines. Except for the Research Methodology and Quantitative Methods I disciplines, among the basic training courses, and the instrumental disciplines Quantitative Methods II and Qualitative Methods, the other disciplines of the curricular structure can be studied in an isolated discipline regime.