Fundação Getúlio Vargas EAESP



FGV-EAESP’s History



Created in the 1950s, as the result of joint efforts of the Brazilian government and the business community, with the cooperation of

 Michigan State University, FGV-EAESP (Escola de Administração de Empresas de São Paulo da Fundação Getulio Vargas) faced a demand for business education in a country that was outset of a major industrial development phase. Since 1954, FGV-EAESP has been preparing more than just professionals; it has been preparing citizens with a strong cope to with the challenges of a constantly changing world.

Among its undergraduate and graduate programs, more than one hundred  thousand people have studied at FGV-EAESP, coupling a cutting edge conceptual background and education for a better understanding of the political and social realities, and thus contributing to Brazil’s development.



FGV-EAESP Connected to the world


In its endeavor to educate leaders who are prepared to work in the field of Administration in the global market, FGV-EAESP offers a wide range of international activities.

Balance is an important factor in the school’s international relations strategy and, therefore, by creating opportunities abroad for those who are part of our community, FGV-EAESP seeks to attract the interest of foreigners to Brazil, which results in a number of strong andlong-lasting partnerships with the world’s best leading institutions. 

FGV-EAESP is one of the few institutions awarded the “triple crown”, with its international accreditations from AACSB (USA), EQUIS

(Europe) and AMBA (USA).








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Fundação Getúlio Vargas EAESP
Avenida 9 de Julho, 2029, 3rd floor
01313902 São Paulo


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