IFG is a Federal Institution of Education, linked to the Ministry of Education (MEC), which has administrative, patrimonial, financial, didactic-pedagogical and disciplinary autonomy. It is a network currently composed of 14 campuses and the Rectory. The main objective of the IFG is to mediate, expand and deepen the integral training of professionals, social citizen, trained to act and intervene in the world of work, with a view to consolidating a just and socially and economically democratic society. Therefore, its social role is visualized in the production, systematization and diffusion of scientific, technological, philosophical, artistic and cultural knowledge, built on dialogical and socialized perspectives.
The GOIANO FEDERAL INSTITUTE is an institution similar to federal universities. However, besides higher education and postgraduate courses, we also offer technical courses integrated with the secondary level (even within the Education for Young People and Adults Project -PROEJA) along with short professional qualification courses. These are all free of charge with on campus or long-distance options.
The Goiano Federal Institute was created in 2008, by presidential decree, together with 37 Federal Institutes of Education, Science and Technology. We currently serve around 15 thousand students from various cities in Goiás and other states.
PONTIFICIA Universidade Católica de Goiás - UCG
State: Goiás Responsible: Luciano Nunes da Silva Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
UniEVANGÉLICA - Centro Universitário de Anápolis (AEE)
State: Goiás Responsible: Marisa Mota da Silva Espindola Email: email@example.com Phone: +55 (62) 33106823 http://www.unievangelica.edu.br
UniEVANGÉLICA in Anápolis - was accredited in 2004. Before this, the institution was called Integrated Colleges of the Evangelical Education Association (1993) which, in turn, brought together four isolated institutions, all supported by AEE: Bernardo Sayão Philosophy College (1961), the Law School in Anápolis (1969), the João Prudente Dental College (1971), and the Vale de São Patrício Philosophy College (1976).
In higher education, it is the largest and oldest educational institution kept by AEE, and houses the first three undergraduate courses in the countryside of the state of Goías, which are Pedagogy, founded in 1961, Law, founded in 1969, and Dentistry, founded in 1971. It is considered a reference in the regional setting, both for its educational quality and for its strategic geographic location, attracting many students not only from the Central West region, but from all regions of the country.
Currently, there are twenty-five (25) undergraduate courses in operation: seventeen (17) courses that offer a bachelor’s degree, one (1) that offer a licentiate degree, and seven (7) that offer a technology degree, as well as sixty-one (61) graduate programs lato sensu and um (1) institutional Master’s Program.
1932 Couto Magalhães Elementary and High School is founded in Anápolis, Goiás.
1947 The Evangelical Education Association (AEE) is founded by a group of Christians.
1961 Bernardo Sayão Philosophy College is founded.
1969 Anápolis Law School is founded.
1971 João Prudente Odontology School is founded.
1976 Vale do São Patrício Philosophy College is founded.
2004 UniEVANGÉLICA is accredited by the Ministry of Education.
Raízes College is acquired.
2005 Evangélica College of Goianésia is founded.
UNIVERSIDADE ESTADUAL DE GOIÁS (UEG)
State: Goiás Responsible: Claude Valentin René Detienne Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: +55(62)3328-1423 http://www.ueg.br
The Universidade Federal de Goiás (UFG) is a public federal institution founded on 14th December, 1960. The UFG is an institution of higher education level of teaching and research with didactic, scientific, administrative, patrimonial, and financial autonomy. The UFG has nearly 18.000 enrolled students including undergraduation and graduation. The UFG’s administrative center is located in Goiânia, the capital of the state of Goiás, in the Midwest region of Brazil, approximately 125 miles from Brasília, Brazil’s capital.