Double Degree Program

The International Double Degree Program allows UFSC undergraduate students and those from higher education institutions abroad to obtain a double degree recognized by UFSC and the foreign university, upon completion of the studies, provided that there is an agreement between both institutions, under the terms of such agreement and the provisions of the Normative Resolution no. 37/CUn/2013.

The program is conditioned to the existence of a specific agreement between UFSC and the respective foreign institution, previously approved by the Office of International Relations.

Students who graduate in a Double Degree Program are able to exercise their profession in both countries.

The double degree is a fundamental condition to achieve efficient and long lasting internationalization of undergraduate programs, and offers students and professors the opportunity to get involved with the most diverse experiences of academic education around the world.

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS THAT HAVE A DOUBLE DEGREE AGREEMENT AT UFSC:

FOOD ENGINEERING program, in cooperation with:o Agri-food Engineering program of L’Ecole Nationale Vétérinaire, Agroalimentaire et de l’Alimentation Nantes-Atlantique (ONIRIS/France).[Resolution no. 10/2015/CGRAD, of 12 August, 2015]
AUTOMATION AND CONTROL ENGINEERING program, in cooperation with:o Electrical Engineering program (with emphasis on Automation) of the École Supérieure d’Electricité (SUPELEC), France.[Resolution no. 06/2014/CGRAD, of 12 November, 2014]

o Engineering program of Toulouse Institut National Polytechnique, through the École Nationale Supérieure d’électrotechnique, d’informatique, d’hydraulique et des télécommunications (INP-ENSEEITH), France.

[Resolution no. 01/2015/CGRAD, of 11 March, 2015]

o Electrical Engineering and the Mechanical Engineering programs of the Université de Mons (UMONS/Belgium).

[Resolution no. 11/2015/CGRAD, of 12 August, 2015]

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING program, in cooperation with:o Electrical Engineering program of Toulouse Institut National Polytechnique (INP-ENSEEITH), France.[Resolution no. 26/2015/CGRAD, of 02 December, 2015]

Other undergraduate programs may also submit agreement proposals individually. UFSC International Double Degree Program is regulated by Resolution no. 37/CUn/2013 and each agreement proposal has to go through the approval of the program’s council, the Unit Council, the Office of International Relations (SINTER) and finally through the examination of the Federal Attorney at UFSC.