Escola de Administracao de Empresas de Sao Paulo of Fundacao Getulio Vargas (FGV EAESP) is a private, non-profit Brazilian higher-education institution founded in 1954. The School is one of the top business schools in Brazil and one of the 11 schools of Fundacao Getulio Vargas (FGV). FGV is a Brazilian think tank and higher education institution founded in 1944, dedicated to promoting Brazil’s economic and social development.
FGV EAESP has had a long tradition of preparing leaders for academia, businesses, government, and non-profit organizations, offering business management and public administration programs. In addition to undergraduate programs, the School offers a broad range of programs aimed at faculty and researchers and at preparing professionals at different points of their career. They include Pre-experience Master’s, Specialized Master’s, MBAs, and Doctorates.
The School is a leader in research in Brazil. Coupling with practice is present in the School’s 18 Applied Research Centers, which keep a constant flow of knowledge between the academic and practical arenas. FGV EAESP’s leadership in research is demonstrated by the renowned quality of the articles it publishes, the doctoral programs it offers, and the many local and international collaboration and partnership agreements.
FGV EAESP is Brazil’s most international school, thanks to over 100 partnerships with learning institutions in five continents and 23 double-degree agreements. FGV EAESP was the first school in Brazil to earn the three most important international accreditations in business (AACSB in 2000, EQUIS in 2001, and AMBA in 2004).