About FGV EAESP:
The Business Administration School of São Paulo at the Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV EAESP) was created in 1954, from joint efforts between the government and business community in Brazil, and with the cooperation of Michigan State University. The School was created with the objective of educating people to face the challenges that emerged from a moment of change, which Brazil was going through. Since then, FGV EAESP has trained generations of business and public management leaders. We are made up of more than 3,000 students, 260 professors, over 100 employees and thousands of alumni. FGV EAESP is a school that integrates business practice and is at the frontier of research in Brazil and worldwide.
FGV EAESP is one of the few Business Schools worldwide which is accredited by the three main accreditors of business schools – AACSB, EFMD and AMBA. In Brazil, FGV EAESP is the sole institution with recognized quality by these three accreditors, the single school to possess the triple-crown accreditation.
The accreditation is a volunteered, non-governmental and continuous process of quality evaluation of educational institutions and its programs, performed by a specialized organization, by explicit criteria and based on best management practices and quality of business schools.
About FGV EAESP Winter School:
Created in 2005, the FGV EAESP Winter School aims to promote academic exchange between Brazilian and foreigner researchers, stimulate cutting-edge scientific research in the realm of Business Administration and provide methodological training to students. Courses at the Winter School are taught by world-class faculty from FGV EAESP and from other prominent Brazilian and foreign institutions. We welcome Master and PhD students, postdocs and professors from all fields willing to enhance their skills in a diversified range of topics related to qualitative and quantitative methodology. As FGV EAESP is located in the heart of São Paulo, students from outside Brazil will also have an opportunity to experience the vibrant life of the biggest metropolis in South America .
It takes place in São Paulo - Brazil, at 2029, 9 de Julho Avenue and 474, Itapeva Street
Ph.D. students and MSc students, professors and researchers from FGV and other Institutions