Academic Activities

Undergraduate Teaching

Table 1 – Number of Selection Processes occurred in 2016

Selection

Registered Applicants

Places Available Students Admitted

Regular Process (RP)

110,634

7,077¹

5,746²

Internal Academic Mobility

1,064

500 199

External Academic Mobility

4,206

586 394

Special Selection Process (SSP)

13,644

1,143 748

Source: CEPS

1 Besides these selection processes, it was offered a place at each undergraduate course for PWD candidates (Person with Disabilities), totalling 172 places.

² Places for the Unified Selection System (SiSU – an online platform for admission in Brazilian public universities) were not accounted.


Table 2 – Numbers of Undergraduate students by location in 2016

Students

Location

Total

Capital

Countryside

Freshmen3

4,475

2,962 7,437

Enrolled

21,320

18,990 40,310

Graduated

1,798

2,442 4,240

Source: SIE and SIGAA/UFPA

³ Freshmen – selection process and other procedures

 

Graph 1 - Quantitative Undergraduate Students per location in 2016

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Table 3 - Number of Undergraduate courses4 by location in 2016

Location Courses Total
Regular Parfor EAD FUNDEF
Capital 75 14 2 0 91
Countryside 163 248 45 1 457
Total 238 262 47 1 548

Source: SIE and SIGAA/UFPA

4Undergraduate courses with students enrolled in 2016

 

Graph 2 - Number of  Undergraduate courses per location in 2016

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Postgraduate Teaching

Table 4 – Quantitative Postgraduate students in 2016, per Course/Level

Course/Level

Students

Registered

Graduated

PhD’s Degree Courses

2,166

292

Master’s Degree Courses*

4,156

1,064

Specialization Courses 2,475 700

Residency

141

52

Multiprofessional Residency

187

45

Source: PROPESP

* 74 master’s degree courses - 55 academics and 19 professionals

 

Graph 3 - Quantitative Postgraduate students in 2016, per Course/Level

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Table 5 - Quantitative Postgraduate Programs and Courses in 2016

Program/Course/Level Quantity
Postgraduate 79
PhD’s Degree Courses 39
Master’s Degree Courses* 74
Residency 15
Multiprofessional Residency 10
Specialization Courses 45

Source: PROPESP

* 74 master’s degree courses - 55 academics and 19 professionals.

 

Basic, technical and technological Education

Table 6 – Number of students by Level of Basic Education in 2016

Level

Students

Registered

Approved

Early Childhood Education

71

70

Basic Education

671

620

High School 462 407
Total 1,204 1,097

Source: School of Application

 

Table 7 – Number of students in vocational and technological education and free courses in 2016, per Level

Level

Students

Registered

Approved

Graduated

Middle Level Technical

Theater, Dance and Scenography

211

100

63
Music 297 21 21

Subtotal

508

121

84

Free Courses

Music

266

205

197

Foreign Languages

5,218

3,595

3,595

Subtotal

5,484

3,800

3,792

Total

5,992

3,921

3,876

Source: ICA (Institute of Science & Arts) and ILC (Institute of Arts and Communication)