The University of Campinas – Unicamp is a public university funded by the State of São Paulo, Brazil.
Unicamp was officially established on October 5, 1966. Although considered a young institution, Unicamp has already developed a strong tradition in education, research and services to society.
Unicamp has strong undergraduate and graduate programs covering a wide range of areas in science, technology, health, humanities, and arts.
Unicamp operates in four campuses located in three cities: Campinas, the main Campus with eighteen schools and colleges; Piracicaba (the School of Dentistry); and Limeira (the School of Applied Sciences and the School of Technology).
Unicamp’s main campus is located 16km from downtown Campinas, in a city district named Barão Geraldo.
UNICAMP'S International Office seeks to support international agreements that foster academic collaborations and the mobility of students and staff.