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Unicamp offers Graduate courses in various areas of human knowledge.
To be eligible for admission as a degree-seeking graduate student (i.e., masters or doctoral programs), students must hold a university degree.

Admission to graduate programs is subject to course-specific requirements, which vary from one field to another. Admission to Unicamp’s Graduate Program is the responsibility of the coordination of each course through the selection process. Each Faculty or Institute has autonomy to define the selection criteria for candidates.

The candidate can check the Courses and Programs offered at Unicamp in the Postgraduate Courses Catalog.

After identifying a course of interest, the student must get in touch with the specific Faculty or Institute and request admission information (selection procedures, deadlines, etc). It is mandatory that the candidate register for the selection process through the SIGA – Sistema de Gestão Academica system, an academic management system of enrollment. Even if he/she is accepted for the course by the Faculty or Institute responsible, it won’t be possible to enroll a candidate who doesn’t enroll in the system.

More information visit the websites Graduate Affairs Office and Academic Office.