Founded in 1978, Nova School of Business and Economics has been developed in the spirit of innovation and leads Portugal in the teaching and research of Economics, Finance and Management.
NOVA is one of the few business schools in the world that holds Triple Crown accreditation by the three leading international institutions:
Ranked 14th best Masters in Finance in the world in 2016 by the Financial Times, the International Masters in Finance is a carefully-designed program that has been devised to develop a sound knowledge base and essential analytical, problem-solving competencies in the financial area.
Nova School of Business and Economics holds the 5 Palmes of Excellence - Universal Business School with Strong Global Influence by Eduniversal.
The reputation of São Paulo School of Economics at Fundação Getulio Vargas as a center of excellence is built upon its prowess in generating and conveying economic knowledge. The principal mission of the school is to develop an intellectual environment conducive to learning and public debate, and in so doing contributes successfully to the development of an academic elite of students and graduates.
Founded in 2003 as part of the Getulio Vargas Foundation, EESP-FGV boasts a fully-fledged faculty with vast teaching, research and professional experience. The school has one of the leading research centers in Economics – the most productive center in the whole country - with a Brazilian record output in terms of international publications.
In line with its continued global expansion, the São Paulo School of Economics works closely with a host of academic institutions from around the world, bolstering international interest in the school and attracting students from all corners of the globe.
Fundação Getulio Vargas is the only Brazilian institution listed in the New York Times ranking – what the job market wants – compiled by Emerging, a Human Resource consultancy based in Paris, and Trendence, an institute that researches employer branding, personal marketing and recruitment.
FGV was top ranked in the Global Go To Think Tanks Ranking 2010, by the Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program, from University of Pennsylvania. For the second consecutive year, FGV was ranked first, being recognized among 700 schools as the institution with greater impact on public policies and Latin American society.