International collaborations in teaching and research are strongly encouraged by the Graduate Program. Project offers are regularly announced through calls from FAPESP, CAPES, CNPq, industry funders, and Banco Santander.
In addition to promoting the engagement of researchers with partner groups abroad, the internationalization policy aims to strengthen working relationships and increase the visibility of the research carried out in our Graduate Program.
As a result, advancement in the field of knowledge and quality of the work developed are both expected. The strengthening of cooperation relations in the medium and long term are also desirable results.
The program also has the Graduate Seminar Series, which, besides providing contact with the English language, has proved to be an excellent channel to expand the relationship network and identify opportunities for international exchange.