Universidade Católica de Brasília

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Catholic University of Brasília
Universidade Católica de Brasília
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Coat of arms of the university
Motto Veritas nisi vi ipsius veritatis
Established March 12, 1974[1]
Type Private, non-profit
Religious affiliation Roman Catholic Church
Rector José Romualdo Degasperi
Vice rector Roberto Resende Moreira
Academic staff 879[2]
Students 19,000[3]
Undergraduates 16,000[4]
Postgraduates 3,000[5]
Location Brasília, DF,  Brazil
Campus Urban
Colours

Medium blue and dark blue

           
Sports Football, basketball, volleyball, handball
Website http://www.ucb.br

The Universidade Católica de Brasília (UCB; English: Catholic University of Brasília) is a private, non-profit, Catholic university located in Brasília, the federal capital of Brazil. It is maintained by the Catholic Archdiocese of Brasília.

Education[edit]

In addition to normal classroom courses, the university has a distance education program. In 2003, the number of students enrolled in all distance education courses was 1,869, which rose to 3,283 in 2006, a 75% increase.[citation needed] Up to 2006, the University only offered eight undergraduate courses and seven postgraduate courses over distance-learning. In later years, the online course curriculum was expanded with the help of the International Covenants on Centres for Distance Education, or PEADs.[6]

In Pro-Rectory of Postgraduate Studies and Research, the number of enrolled students increased by 40%[when?].

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