International Relations Office
We are responsible for:
→ Establish international cooperation agreements
→ Consolidate international student mobility at UEPG
→ Support our international teachers and students
→ Publicize internationalization, mobility and scholarship opportunities
→ Answer questions and provide information related to internationalization
We are located in the lobby of the Rectory block, room 54 - Uvaranas Campus - General Carlos Cavalcanti Avenue, 4748, ZIP Code 84030-900, Ponta Grossa – PR
Currently, our team consists of 4 members:
Director: Ph.D. Sulany Silveira dos Santos
Administrative Technician: MSc. Danielle Carneiro Dykstra
Collaborator: MSc. Claudio F. Baranhuke Jr.
Intern: Ana Paula Schardosin
You can contact us through email, telephone, or face-to-face.
Our phone number is +55 42 3220-3260
International student mobility happens when you leave UEPG for a certain period to take courses or do internships or extracurricular activities at a foreign institution.
The main types of mobility are: virtual and/or face-to-face student mobility and virtual and/or face-to-face teacher mobility.
Exchange Program is a general term related to any study done outside Brazil. A mobility program is a specific type of exchange program related to a higher education institution.
It is an agreement between teaching and research institutions, public or private, to achieve a common objective.
UEPG has more than 50 active agreements at the moment. Check the list: https://www2.uepg.br/eri/instituicoes-conveniadas/
Of course, you can!!! But, it is necessary to follow the rules and fees of the institution in which you are applying.
It is the International Student Mobility Program, the name given to CEPE Resolution n. 54/2014, which regulates UEPG's internationalization policy.
PROMEI form is the name given to the document that students who apply for the UEPG International Student Mobility Program need to fill in to make the request to leave or get accepted at UEPG.
The tip is to keep an eye on our social media and our website.
Yes, it is possible, as long as you can prove financial conditions to stay in the country where you are going.