Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing
|School of Higher Education in Advertising and Marketing|
|Location||São Paulo, Porto Alegre, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil|
|Colors||Red and White|
Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing (School of Higher Education in Advertising and Marketing), often referred to as ESPM, is a Brazilian private higher education institution, founded in 1951 in São Paulo, by professionals in Advertising and Marketing. Today, the school has four campi located in metropolitan cities of Brazil.
The school's first location was the São Paulo Museum of Art, named "Escola de Propaganda de São Paulo" (São Paulo School of Advertising). Nowadays, there are two campi in São Paulo (one for Bachelor's degrees, and another for Continuing Education and Master's degrees), a third in Rio de Janeiro and the fourth in Porto Alegre.
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