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Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Campinas

Campus l, Campinas Brazil +1
  • Campus II, Campinas, Brazil
  • StatusPrivate
  • Research OutputMedium
  • Student/Faculty Ratio17
  • SizeM
  • Total Faculty432

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The Pontifical Catholic University of Campinas (PUC-Campinas), based in Campinas, State of Sao Paulo, maintained by the Campinas Society of Education and Instruction, is an educational institution, Catholic confessional by nature, founded on June 7, 1941.

The university, physically, is distributed in three Campuses: Campus I - hosts the majority courses of the university; Campus II - courses connected to the health area and also hosts the PUC-Campinas Hospital (HMCP), and Campus Central - is home to the University Museum, both located in the Municipality of Campinas. PUC-Campinas Hospital is a reference for the city of Campinas and the metropolitan region, certified as a Teaching Hospital since 2004, develop important activities of Teaching, Research, and Extension. All campuses are equipped with a complete infrastructure, including advanced technology laboratories, Wi-Fi network for students and visitors, libraries with a rich collection of recent and rare works; food stalls, bookstores; and cultural and community services. PUC-Campinas has approximately 16 thousand students enrolled in 60 undergraduate courses in progress and 10 postgraduate programs. In terms of internationalization, the Department of External Relations - DER (https://www.puc-campinas.edu.br/dre/internationalen/) - enables the exchange of students, professors and researchers for Universities around the world.

About

The Pontifical Catholic University of Campinas (PUC-Campinas), based in Campinas, State of Sao Paulo, maintained by the Campinas Society of Education and Instruction, is an educational institution, Catholic confessional by nature, founded on June 7, 1941.

The university, physically, is distributed in three Campuses: Campus I - hosts the majority courses of the university; Campus II - courses connected to the health area and also hosts the PUC-Campinas Hospital (HMCP), and Campus Central - is home to the University Museum, both located in the Municipality of Campinas. PUC-Campinas Hospital is a reference for the city of Campinas and the metropolitan region, certified as a Teaching Hospital since 2004, develop important activities of Teaching, Research, and Extension. All campuses are equipped with a complete infrastructure, including advanced technology laboratories, Wi-Fi network for students and visitors, libraries with a rich collection of recent and rare works; food stalls, bookstores; and cultural and community services. PUC-Campinas has approximately 16 thousand students enrolled in 60 undergraduate courses in progress and 10 postgraduate programs. In terms of internationalization, the Department of External Relations - DER (https://www.puc-campinas.edu.br/dre/internationalen/) - enables the exchange of students, professors and researchers for Universities around the world.

University highlights

LatAm University Rankings

  • 2013
    #134
  • 2014
    #114
  • 2015
    #122
  • 2016
    #93
  • 2018
    #=129
  • 2019
    #161-170
  • 2020
    #181-190
  • 2021
    #181-190
  • 2022
    #171-180

Ranking criteria

23.8
Academic Reputation
15.8
Employer Reputation
23.8
Faculty Student Ratio
21.2
Papers per Faculty
3.3
Citations per Paper
96.2
Faculty Staff with PhD
4
International Research Network
20.1
Web Impact

Student & Staff

Total students
7,502

4%
96%

Total faculty staff
432

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432

Total students
7,502

4%
96%

Total faculty staff
432

432
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