The first decade of the Republican Regime saw an expansion of railroads, diseases and sanitation
Based on Claudio Haddad’s study, Insper traced 119 years of Brazil’s GDP per capita performance
Insper promotes activities to serve the deaf community
Insper associate Carla Carbone talks about the fight for the definitive recognition of the implementation of LIBRAS and about Insper's actions for the deaf community
Insper Agro Global and Funag hold 2nd edition of Course on Brazil's role in global agribusiness
The second edition starts on May 3 and brings together 44 participants selected among staff from the Brazilian Ministries of Foreign Affairs; Agriculture, Livestock, and Food Supply; Economy; and Apex-Brasil
Initiatives aim to train professionals for innovation and digital transformation in the public sector
An international project launches faculty support materials with the participation of Insper professor Manuel Bonduki. The school also offers a course track in the field of innovation and digital transformation in the public sector
Insper signs partnership with J-Pal LAC to boost the implementation of impact assessments in Brazil
The collaboration seeks to promote the generation and use of rigorous evidence in decision-making on public policy through high-quality research
6.067 students in long-term programs and 7.146 students in short programs.
At the end of 2019 our alumni community had more than 20.492 thousand members
In 2019, Insper was a reference for 6.544 articles published in the press
Students with scholarships
We proudly announce that Insper was accredited by EQUIS
EQUIS accreditation reinforces our commitment to expand internationally and reflects our quality on par with the world’s best schools.