Federal University of Uberlândia

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Coordinates: 18°55′7″S 48°15′28″W / 18.91861°S 48.25778°W / -18.91861; -48.25778

Federal University of Uberlândia
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Motto Compromisso com o ensino público, gratuito e de qualidade (Portuguese)
Motto in English
Committed to provide free and high quality public education
Established August 14, 1969 (granted university status as a federation of faculties)
Type Public university
Rector Elmiro Santos Resende
Academic staff
Administrative staff
Students 24,500[1]
Undergraduates 14,530 (2005)
Postgraduates 2,000 (2005)
Location Uberlândia, Ituiutaba, Monte Carmelo and Patos de Minas, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Campus Urban
Colors Blue and white          
Website www.ufu.br

The Federal University of Uberlândia (in Portuguese Universidade Federal de Uberlândia; UFU) is a Brazilian public university, located in the southwest of Minas Gerais, in Uberlândia, Brazil. The students are admitted through semesterly exams, the vestibular.

As of 2014, UFU offers 55 undergraduate degrees, including a sought-after Medicine degree, Law, Economics, plus Engineering, Business, Science and Art degrees. It offers 19 doctorate programs, 38 master's degree programs, 34 diplomas and 21 medical residence programs.[1]

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