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Graduate and Research Central Coordination Office (CCPG)

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Associate Vice-President for Academic Affairs

Paulo Cesar Duque Estrada


The Graduate and Research Central Coordination Office has the following objectives:

  1. Ensure the conditions for maintaining and developing the hallmark of academic excellence of the graduate programs and research at PUC-RIO.
  2. Ensure that graduate courses and research activities are integrated into the other activities of the University, and respond to the challenges faced by scientists and intellectuals of our time as well as to Brazilian society in particular.
  3. Promote and optimize PUC-RIO's graduate programs and research activities.
  4. Guarantee appropriate conditions for professors, researchers and graduate students to develop their academic work.

Internally, the CCPG is one of the Central Coordinations that constitute the Vice-Presidency for Academic Affairs and works in constant relation with the Graduate Coordination of each Department, offering academic support and guaranteeing quality of academic production in each area of knowledge.

It is through the CCPG that the University as a whole is related to research funding agencies, on a national level — such as CAPES, CNPq and FINEP —, state level — such as FAPERJ — and international level such as the British Council, DAAD or COFECUB.

Programs available

Deadline for registration
and available notices
for 2021.1
Master Doctorate
Architecture
Oct 2nd 2020
Business Administration Oct 31st 2020
Chemistry
Dec 10th 2020
Civil Engineering Nov 30th 2020
Clinical Psychology Oct 2nd 2020
Communication Oct 11th 2020
Design Sep 20th 2020
Economics
Sep 30th 2020 Oct 30th 2020
Education
Aug 15th 2020 Jul 12nd 2020
Electrical Engineering Nov 29th 2020
Geography
Oct 12nd 2020
Informatics Nov 16nd 2020
International Relations Oct 16th 2020
Language Studies
Nov 13rd 2020 Oct 23rd 2020
Law
Sep 24th 2020 **
Literature, Culture and Contemporaneity Oct 30th 2020
Materials and Chemical and Metallurgical
Processes Engineering
Nov 30th 2020
Mathematics Nov 30th 2020
Mechanical Engineering Nov 15th 2020
Metrology
Dec 18th 2020
Philosophy Oct 30th 2020
Physics  
Production Engineering Dec 06th 2020
Social History of Culture Oct 23rd 2020
Social Sciences
Sep 25th 2020 Oct 18th 2020
Social Work Sep 18th 2020
Theology Nov 1st 2020
Urban and Environmental Engineering  

** There will be no admissions for 2021.1

 

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