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Faculdades Integradas Pitágoras
Belo Horizonte, Brazil


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About Us
An enterprise of higher education, the result of the school system Pythagoras (MG, Brazil). We offer a proposal that is a return to classical traditions of good education and at the same time, contains a strong incorporation of new technologies, both from advances in computing and communications and psychology.

Higher education with high quality (form, content and applicability) at a cost affordable to a large number of students.

Serving as co-responsible with our students in achieving their career and life projects.

Educational Mission
To train students to become competent professionals to meet the challenges of a changing world. Participate actively in the process of improving the educational quality of the country and increasing the number of vacancies available to middle-income population.

Business Mission
Develop and apply expertise in higher education, making the use of technology to provide quality education to many in scale.

Autonomy and intellectual life of students, motivating them to perform competently as human beings, citizens and professionals, developing:

• skills of analysis, interpretation and critical reflection on problems and opportunities;
• the expression of these skills through oral and written communication and computer resources;
• the ability to act and interact in multidisciplinary teams and the sense of shared social responsibility.

We believe
• In life and in everything that value.
• In higher education as a means to understand and positively transform our reality.
• At the forefront of education and technology we are proposing and its direct benefit to students.
• In the bonds of friendship and working relationship with students, teachers and partners.
• In building a more just Brazil and solidarity, through our students, faculty and partners.
• The transparency of our actions and numbers, and in our community responsibility.

If the way you are also values these attributes, among others, will learn the Pythagorean School. The power of believing in ideas and put them into practice can change the world.


Pythagoras The School chose an academic project differently. Therefore, to innovate, redesign, upgrade and modernize are part of everyday life.

The focus is on learning and student development, through an education with an emphasis on skills, abilities, attitudes and knowledge applied.

The courses allow students an updated training and committed to promoting employability, the quality of their care and sustainability of its performance in the job market.


A key differentiator of the Faculty Pythagoras is its distributed network of colleges in various regions of the country, comprised of the components of the academic project.


The Balanced Scorecard (BSC), according to its creators Robert Kaplan and David Norton, is both a measurement system, a management system and a communication tool. Pythagoras The School relied on this theory and used the concepts of the BSC for the preparation of their project courses. The creation of the BSC to the Academic Faculty Pythagoras was done by applying the original theory and its fundamental concepts in developing a course design consistent, explicit in its different aspects, and that is likely to be monitored by performance indicators and indicators economic well-defined.


A service of the didactic teaching-learning for training students and critical thinking, should emphasize the strategies by which students learn to internalize the concepts, skills and competencies. To this end, the School Pythagoras used the strategy to organize and develop learning activities that constitute instruments to deal practically with the reality, that is, solving problems, facing dilemmas, tomas decisions, formulate strategies for action.


Activities, digital or not digital, that can be used, reused or referenced during classroom activities or not, being an effective support tool for self learning. They are a new way of thinking and engage students in learning the content of each discipline.


The teaching-learning time is divided into: before, during and after class, which means the expansion of instructional time beyond the duration of the classes.

Before class, the teacher should develop a set of activities that allow students to advance the study, defining, among others, the texts to be read and learning materials for the student to delve into the subject, if desired. The goal is to make the moment of the class is more effective and more efficiently utilized.

For the moment after class material and learning activities used will be available to students during their training time. When a discipline requiring knowledge of some longer courses, students can revise it, remembering what was taught. He who miss a class you can still study what has been taught better chance to regain lost momentum.


A Center for Directed Studies (NED), formed by expert teachers develop activities that are undertaken by students in virtual form using the Portal University. The goal is to develop skills that are being required by the dynamics existing in all areas of knowledge.

The DEs are complementary activities grounded in an educational matrix that has three main skills: knowledge, reasoning is a critical and analytical and people skills.

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