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 professors win the sigma awards for data journalism
The "No epicentro" ("At the epicenter") project created a data visualization tool aiming at alerting to the number of COVID-19 deaths in Brazil
Insper's Campo Favela Project wins UN PRME Recognition Award
Professors Lars Sanches, Carla Ramos, Giuliana Isabella, Adalto Gonçalves and André Duarte received on Thursday, June 17, the communication that they won the 1st edition of the PRME Recognition Awards, created by the United Nations.
Business administration students finish a cycle in the effective problem-solving course
Students apply classroom-acquired knowledge and create innovative projects to solve real-world problems of partner companies
Career transition: insper alumna had invested in technical knowledge to seek new paths
The context of the pandemic further highlighted the importance of having information that is reliable and used effectively to solve problems and manage businesses. In this scenario, the search for data scientists gains relevance in the market, which offers increasingly more opportunities for professionals searching for new career prospects.
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.