Helping to find

and consolidate connections and international



Internationalization and Global Experience (CIGEX) is the area in charge of matters relating to the internationalization of the University of Mogi das Cruzes. CIGEX aims to articulate and promote efforts that generate relationships with foreign institutions, whether academic or corporate, providing the necessary support for the establishment of international agreements and covenants.

In addition to promoting and articulating agreements with institutions, CIGEX provides guidance to its professors and students regarding the procedures that must be followed for the effectiveness of agreements and partnerships in undergraduate and graduate programs abroad, respecting all legal and institutional aspects.

Another major concern of CIGEX is to bring international experiences without the need for the student to leave the country, through lectures and visits by foreign professionals to the university, as well as partnerships with multinationals based in Brazil. These institutional development actions will certainly bring future results and technological innovations.

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University of Mogi das Cruzes

offers to the students a complete structure for the development of their undergraduate and graduate courses. Currently, UMC's academic activities are divided into four units that, together, offer more than 140 undergraduate and graduate courses in the areas of Exact Sciences, Humanities and Health. The UMC units are fully suited to the teaching, research and extension activities developed in each area of knowledge. To do so, it has locations, labs and equipment specially designed for the most diverse purposes. In addition, the university has all the infrastructure to support the needs of leisure and well-being of students.

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