Universidade de Taubaté

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Taubaté University
Universidade de Taubaté
Brasão da Universidade de Taubaté.svg
Motto "A real university" (in Portuguese "Uma universidade de verdade")
Type Municipal university
Established August 20, 1956
Rector José Rui Camargo
Undergraduates 19.346 (2006)
Location Taubaté, Ubatuba, São Paulo, Brazil
Campus Urban
Colors Navy blue and White
Affiliations CRUB, RENEX
Website www.unitau.br
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The University of Taubaté (in Portuguese; Universidade de Taubaté; UNITAU) is a municipal (partial city control) university located in the city of Taubaté, São Paulo state, Brazil. The institution is the largest and most traditional higher education college in the Paraíba Valley, on the suburbs of São Paulo. It was established in 1973, gathering other pre-existing institutions and unifying them.

Nowadays, the university offers 42 undergraduate degrees, and 10 graduate programs, enrolling about 15,000 students.[1]


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Coordinates: 23°03′07″S 45°56′20″W / 23.052°S 45.939°W / -23.052; -45.939