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PRP conducts public consultation on postgraduate regulation

The Dean of Research and Graduate Studies receives contributions to the document until July 7

  • Published: Tuesday, June 23, 2020, 14:10 pm
  • Last updated on Monday, 13 July 2020, 15:11

The Dean of Research and Graduate Studies (PRP), through the Graduate Directorate (DPG), is conducting a public consultation with the IFSP community to receive contributions on the draft regulation for graduate studies stricto sensu within the Institution.

The graduate stricto sensu it has a very specific organization, demanding its own regulation for its operation. The graduate director, Orlando Leonardo Berenguel, says that since taking office in September 2019, he has sought to update the documents so that they can reflect the changes and updates to the Brazilian graduate legislation, established mainly by the Coordination of Improvement of Higher Education Personnel (Capes). A survey was also carried out at the campuses, and it was found that several had the intention of offering new programs. 

For the updating of documents, revision and inclusion of procedures in a way that better reflected the academic and professional programs offered by the IFSP and in a network, DPG counted on the collaboration of the coordinators of the current programs. “After several meetings and valuable contributions from the coordinators and collegiate of the programs, we arrived at the text that we present for the community to contribute”, says the director.

Contributions can be made by filling in the online form. form until the 7th of July.

Contributions will be evaluated considering the legislation and pertinence, and will be part of the text that will follow to the Research, Innovation and Post-Graduation Council (Conpip), and should replace Resolution No. 158/2014. .

Check out the draft graduate regulation stricto sensu.

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