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
MBA students attend courses in partnership with foreign universities
Students from institutions in Latin America, the United States, and Portugal were able to attend classes together with the Insper MBA classes
Leading names in social urbanism defend shared management
Access here an interview with architects Alejandro Echeverri and Carlos Mario Rodríguez, two of the leading figures behind the advent of Social Urbanism in Medellín
The Center for Public Management and Public Policy: partnership with Oxford strengthens the learning experience at Insper
The second edition of the summer program focused on people management in the public sector was held between last July and August
What is the profile of the brazilian CFO in 2021?
What should be the attitude of a Chief Financial Officer (CFO) with the various changes the world goes through on it's economy
Insper student wins the McKinsey black talent achievement award
Luiz Fernando da Silva Borges, a Computer Engineering student, has his professional and research experiences recognized with an award granted by the global consulting firm
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.