Federal University of São Paulo

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Federal University of São Paulo
Universidade Federal de São Paulo
Established June 1, 1933
Type Public university
Budget R$ 626.924.941,83 (2013)
Rector Soraya Soubhi Smaili
Undergraduates 9147
Postgraduates 8996
Location City of São Paulo, São Paulo,  Brazil
Website unifesp.br

The Federal University of São Paulo (Portuguese: Universidade Federal de São Paulo, UNIFESP) is a university in the state of São Paulo, Brazil.

Until 2005, UNIFESP was exclusively for Health Sciences, but after that year the university became multisubject due to Brazilian Federal Government’s University Reform Program (REUNI). Now, the university has six campuses, the oldest in Vila Clementino, in São Paulo (Health) and four more in Guarulhos (Humanities area), Diadema (Science, Engineering and related), Santos (Health, Marine Sciences), São José dos Campos (computational area) and Osasco (Business and related). New campus is planned in Santo Amaro, a district of (São Paulo).

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Campus Vila Clementino (São Paulo) - founded in 1933 as Paulista School of Medicine

Campus Baixada Santista - founded in 2006

Campus Guarulhos - founded in 2007

Campus Diadema - founded in 2007

Campus São José dos Campos - founded in 2007

Campus Osasco - founded in 2011


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