Registrations for the IC Master and Doctorate are generally open in April May each year, for entry into the second semester, and in September October each year, for admission in the first semester of the following year (always check the specific calendar)
The candidate must have a degree in Computing or similar areas, held in a Brazilian higher education institution recognized by the Ministry of Education (MEC) or in a higher education institution abroad.
The Evaluation Committee's analysis will be based on the following information: candidate's academic background, academic record, curriculum, letters of recommendation, results obtained from POSCOMP, research plan and cover letter. Other information that can be considered by the Commission are: publications, English proficiency, participation in research projects and awards.
Each semester the Postgraduate Program will offer some subjects in English.
Results of the Selection Process for the Master and Doctorate
Selection Process for the 1st semester of 2020
- Notice // (English)
- Registration: Through the online registration system. The link to the system is available in the selection process notice.
|Registrations||25/09 a |
|Sending Recommendation Letters||to |
|Interest confirmation||to |
|Enrollment and start of classes||Check on Unicamp Academic Calendar|
One of the criteria used in choosing candidates for the Master's and Doctorate is the National Postgraduate Admission Exam, Poscomp. We strongly recommend that candidates present the exam result Poscomp and indicate the year of the exam and its registration number.
Necessary procedures / documents:
|Master's Candidates||Doctorate Candidates|
|Fill in the registration form||Yes||Yes|
|Master's transcript||No||Yes, if any|
|Letter of introduction to CPG with its achievements (1 page)||Yes||Yes|
|Summary research project||Yes||Yes|
|Curriculum vitae (professional and academic experiences)||Yes||Yes|
|Recommendation letters (mandatory from different recommendations)||3 letters||5 letters|
Selected candidates may be beneficiaries of scholarships. The granting of a scholarship depends on the availability of the institutional quota of scholarships (CAPES and CNPq) allocated to the Program. The prioritization of scholarship allocation in the semester of admission depends on the candidate's performance in the selection process.
There are also grants linked to the research projects of the advisors. These grants are administered directly by the advisors.
The Program recommends admitted candidates to apply for scholarships from FAPESP or other funding agencies.