The first decade of the Republican Regime saw an expansion of railroads, diseases and sanitation
Based on Claudio Haddad’s study, Insper traced 119 years of Brazil’s GDP per capita performance
Insper and UNICEF work together to propose technological innovations in the field of education
The two institutions signed an agreement seeking to develop innovative solutions in access to technology for East Timor's children and teenagers
José Eduardo Ermírio de Moraes Award's 2nd edition celebrates Insper community's entrepreneurship
The awarding event had Marcos Lisboa and Zeina Latif in attendance and selected three inspiring projects by Insper Community's alumni
Resumption of face-to-face classes counts on technology to expand interaction
Undergraduate students and professors return to the school gradually, in a hybrid format. Insper's faculty and administrative staff work to ensure learning in this new social distancing stage.
Launch of Insper's new Graduate Program in Social Urbanism brings together students, professors, and partner institutions
The new program, which is held in partnership with Arq.Futuro and Itaú Cultural and focused on urbanism in vulnerable territories had a special event to mark the beginning of its first class
6.067 students in long-term programs and 7.146 students in short programs.
At the end of 2019 our alumni community had more than 20.492 thousand members
In 2019, Insper was a reference for 6.544 articles published in the press
Students with scholarships
We proudly announce that Insper was accredited by EQUIS
EQUIS accreditation reinforces our commitment to expand internationally and reflects our quality on par with the world’s best schools.