State University of Campinas School of Technology

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The School of Technology (Portuguese: Faculdade de Tecnologia, FT) is a unit of the State University of Campinas (UNICAMP).


The FT is located in Limeira, SP, Brazil. The campus is 55 km (about 34 miles) from the main campi at UNICAMP, in the district of Barão Geraldo, Campinas, SP, Brazil. This institution is a highlight in Brazilian higher education, forming most of the technologists on market and upgrading areas of education, science, technology and research.[citation needed]


The UNICAMP began offering technology courses in 1974 with the creation of a Sanitary Technology course. The course was designed to be taught during the day with the finish at least two years, in old intalations of Faculty of Civil Engineering (FEC) in the city of Limeira. Later, in 1976 was created the course of Construction Technology, with specification in Building or Construction Methods of Soil.

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Technological divisions[edit]

It is responsible for the development of education programs, research and services to the community.

The FT has the following divisions:

  • DTCC - Civil Construction Technological Division
  • DTI - Informatics Technological Division
  • DTMBC - Technological Division of Basic and Complementary Courses
  • DTSA - Ambiental and Environmental Sanitation Technological Division
  • DTT - Telecommunications Technological Division



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