Federal University of Technology – Paraná
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|Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná|
|Motto||Tecnologia e Humanismo|
Motto in English
|Technology and Humanism|
|Type||Public, State Assisted|
|Established||September 23, 1909 (School of Apprentices)
October 7, 2005 (University)
|Rector||Prof. Dr. Carlos Eduardo Cantarelli|
|Location||Apucarana, Campo Mourão, Cornélio Procópio, Curitiba, Dois Vizinhos, Francisco Beltrão, Guarapuava, Londrina, Medianeira, Ponta Grossa, Pato Branco, Santa Helena and Toledo, Paraná, Brazil|
|Colors||Yellow and black|
The Federal University of Technology – Parana (Portuguese: Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná, UTFPR) is a federal university with campuses in thirteen cities of the Brazilian state of Paraná. It is one of the most renowned universities in Brazil, formerly known as CEFET-Paraná.
- 1 Campi
- 2 History
- 3 Degrees
- 3.1 Curitiba
- 3.2 Londrina
- 3.3 Medianeira
- 3.4 Pato Branco
- 3.5 Ponta Grossa
- 3.6 Dois Vizinhos
- 3.7 Santa Helena
- 4 External links
- 5 References
The campi are located in the following cities:
- Campo Mourão
- Cornélio Procópio
- Dois Vizinhos
- Francisco Beltrão
- Ponta Grossa
- Pato Branco
- Santa Helena
On September 23, 1909, the President of Brazil, Nilo Peçanha created the Escolas de Aprendizes e Artífices (Schools of Apprentices and Artificers), in the Paraná state this school started in January 16, 1910 named Escola de Aprendizes e Artífices do Paraná (School of Apprentices and Artificers of Paraná).
Two decades later, it started acting as a basic education school and was renamed Industrial Lyceum of Curitiba (Portuguese: Liceu Industrial de Curitiba) in 1937. Later it was instituted together with federal industrial schools, renamed Technical School of Curitiba (Portuguese: Escola Técnica de Curitiba) in 1942 and then to Federal Technical School of Paraná (Portuguese: Escola Técnica Federal do Paraná) in 1959.
On October 7, 2005, president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva transformed it into the first Federal University of Technology in Brazil, renamed Federal University of Technology - Paraná (Portuguese: Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná, shortened UTFPR). It still acts as a technical high school, classified as the best of Paraná, according to the Brazilian education index ENEM. And today is the best federal university in the state according to the Ministry of Education (MEC).
|Year||Portuguese name||English name|
|1909||Escola de Aprendizes Artífices do Paraná||Paraná's Schools of Apprentices and Artificers|
|1937||Liceu Industrial do Paraná||Paraná's Industrial Lyceum|
|1942||Escola Técnica de Curitiba||Curitiba's Technical School|
|1959||Escola Técnica Federal do Paraná||Paraná's Federal Technical School|
|1978||Centro Federal de Educação Tecnológica do Paraná||Paraná's Federal Center of Technological Education|
|2005||Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná||Paraná's Federal Technological University|
Those are the degrees offered by the UTFPR campus in Curitiba.
- Architecture & Urban Planning
- Information systems
- Physical education
- Organizational communication
- Electrical engineering branch
- Mechanical engineering branch
- Civil engineering branch
- Institutional communication
- Concrete technology
- Graphic design
- Electrical commercial management
- Manufacture management
- Industrial mechatronics
- Environmental management
- Internet systems
Those are the degrees offered by the UTFPR campus in Londrina.
Those are the degrees offered by the UTFPR campus in Medianeira.
- Electrical engineering
- Industrial engineering
- Food engineering
- Environmental engineering
- Mechanical engineering
Those are the degrees offered by the UTFPR campus in Pato Branco.
Those are the degrees offered by the UTFPR campus in Ponta Grossa.
Those are the degrees offered by the UTFPR campus in Dois Vizinhos
Those are the degrees offered by the UTFPR campus in Santa Helena.
- Official Homepage for Direction
- Homepage for Cornélio Procópio
- Homepage for Curitiba
- Homepage for Dois Vizinhos
- Homepage for Medianeira
- Homepage for Pato Branco
- Homepage for Ponta Grossa
- Homepage for Santa Helena
- "DELIBERA: I – adotar como denominação oficial em língua inglesa para Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná a expressão: FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY – PARANÁ." 
- Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná - Campus Curitiba