About the Campus

The Curitibanos Campus was created in 2009 with the mission to generate and disseminate knowledge through professional training and to contribute to meeting the regional needs and the development of society in general.

Today, the campus has more than 1000 undergraduate and graduate students, 80 permanent faculty members and 53 technical-administrative staff members.

It currently offers three undergraduate programs, all related to the field of agricultural sciences: Agriculture, Forest Engineering and Veterinary Medicine, in addition to a Master’s degree program in Agricultural and Natural Ecosystems, created in 2016, and a Master’s degree program in Conventional and Integrative Veterinary Medicine, created in 2020.

The Campus infrastructure includes an experimental farm area, an experimental forest area, a veterinary clinic, and more than 20 teaching and research laboratories distributed in different campus units.

Learn more about the Curitibanos Campus:

:: How to get here

:: Infrastructure

:: Administration

:: Campus Council

:: Transparency and Participation

:: Academic Community Evolution

:: Old Website

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