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Faculdade Campo Limpo Paulista
São Paulo, Brazil


University description (as per official university website)

Maintained by the Office of Teaching Clean Field, CNPJ 02.252.746/0001-18, and accredited by the MEC Ordinance 1494-98, published in the Official Gazette on December 30, 1998, the Clean Field School began its activities in first half of 1999.

Installed in early 1999 in an area of 1500 m², the institution offers a Bachelor of Business with emphasis in International Business and a BS in Computer Science, with 12 teachers, 10 administrative personnel and a total of 94 students enrolled.

The needs of the region for higher education led to the rapid opening of new courses. Between 1999 and 2007 increased the institution offering courses in 1050%, the quantity of teachers in 917%, the number of employees by 750%, the number of students in 2800%, the number of computers in 501%, the bibliographic at 460% and 620% constructed area.

The Clean Field School began operations in January 7, 1999, with the opening of registration for the first course of vestibular Administration with specialization in Foreign Trade.

Later they were allowed the courses of Computer Science, Management and Empowerment in Systems Analysis and Management Qualification in Tourism Services.

The performance of the School grows every moment, overstepping the bounds of the classroom, already reaching and involving the local community with specific projects and partnerships to meet their true social goals.

In early 2001, were approved courses in Social Communication Skills of Journalism, Advertising and Public Relations, also the course of Electrical Engineering Telecommunications mode. In 2002 they were authorized by the Ministry of Education courses in law and Normal Superior.

During the year 2003 have been recognized by the MEC courses in Administration and Computer Science.

In 2008, as research has always been one of the major goals and concerns of FACCAMP after three (3) years of investment in a group of researchers, ensuring and encouraging their production, CAPES recommended the Professional Masters Program in School Administration Field Clean Paulista (FACCAMP), which is the concentration area of their research Management of Micro and Small Enterprises. Thus, aims to add value by offering the social program, contributing to the development of new professionals, and also the social importance of the research topic, considering the insertion of graduates in Brazilian companies that generate about 40% of formal employment of Brazil and are responsible for generating 33% of Brazilian GDP.

In the same year, the institution has built its building in 2007, with BNDES financing and has approximately 12,000 square feet of building area and plans to expand its field of operation with the provision of Distance Education - Distance Education and its transformation into the University Center, has seen the number of courses and fields of knowledge offered to the community. Here, thus fulfilling its mission.

On the need to monitor local development and meet the demand of the region and its surroundings, as claimed by its mission, FACCAMP in the following years expanded to offer courses to suit their surroundings and now has 31 courses of bachelor, degrees and technology as:

Systems Analysis (SI)
Computer Science
Production Engineering
Electrical Engineering Electronics
Electrical Engineering Telecom.
Radio and TV

Foreign Trade
Environmental Management
Financial Management
Scenic Production
Human Resources
Computer Networks
Workplace Safety
Internet Systems


The Clean Field School has faculty comprising 67% of master teachers and doctors who excel in vocational education and humanities students of undergraduate, graduate and stricto sensu lato, while working closely in the community through research and extension work.

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