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Faculdade Network
São Paulo, Brazil


University description (as per official university website)

The Network was founded as a company in November 1986 in the town of gestational / SP, offering free courses in Computer Science. It got this name, the name given by one of the founding partners and then a professor Tania Cristina Bassani Cecilio, the revolutionary concept that a computer "network" represented at the time in that area. In 1989, realizing the limits of such training, ascended to the rank of Technical College, positioning itself as the first computer school in the region, offering qualifications: Full Professional Data Processing and Secretarial Services.

Due to the analysis of the precariousness of education in the region, the need for a quality education, and foster the desire to expand higher education institution, we sought to work in order to create, initially, the elementary school for later , expand to higher education. So - coupled with the inclusion of new partners in Entity Maintainer - the institution founded in 1994, the School of Early Childhood Education, called initially Agnus-Dei (Lamb of God), installed in a separate unit, which later became called 'Junior Network ", since the Institution Network was already recognized and affirmed in the market - on their quality of teaching - which have triggered a rapid growth, causing the expansion to the elementary school.

In 2000 the institution rose to the rank of faculty, which had pooled their education units, with construction of the School Complex Network, located at Avenida Ampelio Gazzetta, 2445, in Nova Odessa, bordering the Sumaré.

Currently, the School and College Network offers Nursery, kindergarten, elementary school, high school in the category of Technician: Administration, Electronics and Telecommunications, Nursing, Pharmacy, Information Technology, Logistics, Mechatronics, Environmental, Chemical and Industrial Safety in the workplace, and Higher Education in the areas of: General Administration, Education and Information Systems (BSI).

The history of the institution since its inception, reflects: a quest for quality, interest in serving the regional population, its contribution to the development of local / regional community, aimed at advancing socio-cultural.


The Network's mission is to train citizens for the management of new knowledge with a humanistic vision, critical and reflective, helping to build a better world.

Our Top Values

Our work should contribute to the betterment of society

We strive to help our work, so was a significant, improvement in quality of life of our country. We believe "quality-of" from the concept of UNESCO, as the "adequacy of self and of Education to do its duty to be", which reinforces the sense of (trans) formation by the democratic way of knowledge, already that "quality education is one that effects changes in participant and thus would presumably the rich", which is opposed to the holistic sense of the term, which deals with regulation, selection, value-added;

The community is our target;

We are intrinsically connected and committed to the community and so we are also with education. Our goal is to meet local demand, offering Quality Education, anchored in the triad Education and Research, in order to achieve the institutional mission, given the prospects / national needs - and especially regional ones - of socio-economic-cultural;

Quality education is our number one goal;

Our students, families and communities deserve the best we have;

Our friendship and our relationship to be honest, valuable, vigorous, friendly, reliable. We seek fairness in all (re) actions against the cultural, ethnic, racial, religious and gender;

Our institution should always be a good place to work;

To get the best of ourselves and to attract, stimulate and retain the best people in our teams, we always have an environment that promotes friendship, respect, organization, safety, creativity and satisfaction in work and learn. For this we seek to promote the cultivation of an environment rich in human values of the interaction teacher-student relationship of respect and trust, and ensure a conducive environment for free expression of ideas and creativity, weaving bonds of co-processing responsibilities;

Our task is to be carried out in teams: Education is not a task for one person;

We recognize the interdependence of all professionals who work at our institution. Therefore, we seek to promote development, enhancement and rational / reflective of their material and human resources;

Our activity is the result of free enterprise.

Governed by the trust of our employees, students, families and communities, we constitute ourselves as the most cost-effective, providing high quality services at fair and affordable prices to our community.

Future Vision

Ascend to the rank of University Center.

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