International Relations

Unijuí encourages actions to strengthen the relationship with foreign educational institutions, enabling the student to develop scientific and knowledge exchange through academic mobility. This takes place through partnerships with international institutions

 

Foreign students (incoming)


Unijuí is an institution recognized by the Ministry of Education. Its multicampi structure, qualified teachers and laboratories offer all necessary support for an academic formation of excellence.

The School Year for in-class courses runs from approximately mid-February to mid-December, with up to 4 weeks of vacation in July.

Enrollment:Enrollment for foreign students enrollment is not online. The student must submit his application to the Office of International Relations of Unijuí eri@unijui.edu.br, which will guide the candidate. Enrollment for the first semester usually opens mid-December; for the second semester it begins in July. Deadlines are extended until the beginning of class.

Students interested in mobility should observe the following guidelines:

Unijuí has some 10 thousand students distributed in 4 campuses located in 4 towns. The Ijuí campus is the largest one and has a student house with some opnenings reserved for foreign exchange students.

Vacancies: currently the number of study places is not restricted.

Duration of Exchange: A mobility student can attend up to two semesters at Unijuí.

Academic Fees: Unijuí is a community, non-state university. Its students pay for their studies. The current bilateral exchange agreements signed by Unijuí with foreign partner universities however exempt exchange students from paying for studies.

Selection of Study Plan in Graduation: If you have questions, please contact the Foreign Affairs Office: eri@unijui.edu.br.

Scholarships: In the respective Brazilian embassies of their country, applicants from African and Latin American countries may apply for scholarships (free studying) from the Undergraduate and Graduate Program called PEC-G and PEC-PG. Check out the regulations and the considered countries: http://www.capes.gov.br/cooperacao-internacional/multinacional/pec-pg

Study Visa: Brazilian legislation categorically imposes that foreign students may only enroll in Brazilian universities when they hold a study visa. This study visa must be requested at the nearest Brazilian embassy or consulate in the candidate’s country of origin.

INFRASTRUCTURE


UNIJUÍ has a built area of 74,000 square meters, offering over 450 teaching and research environments:

  • 162 labs;
  • 93 practical teaching classrooms;
  • 177 classrooms;
  • 16 amphitheaters and auditoriums;
  • 09 sport spaces.

Academic environments which benefit the regional community directly:

  • Physical Rehabilitation Unit
  • Physioterapy and Psychology Clinics;
  • Nursing and Nutrition Offices;
  • Legal Assistance Offices;
  • Veterinary Hospital;
  • Farm School, denominated as Regional Institute of Rural Development.

UNIJUÍ Publisher: it has published 823 new titles (from 2012 to 2015).

The University Library offers more than 369,000 volumes and virtual bases.



Convênios (Foreign affairs)

Foreign affairs have figured significantly at Unijuí. Currently it has agreements with higher education institutions in several countries, having received students from Guinea Bissau, Angola, Cape Verde, Panama, Paraguay, Germany, Poland, Spain, Austria and Chile. Unijuí has exchange programs with higher education institutions such as the University of Tübingen, Germany; Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain; and University of Porto, Portugal. In postgraduate studies, international scientific cooperation occurs through joint research and exchange of researchers and university teachers of the programs developed by the Institution.