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No. The pre-project is built by the student during the first semester of the course.

During the Scientific Methodology discipline, the student will have access to a model of
pre-project that will be built during the course. The advisor will be defined
according to your research topic throughout the course.

The beginning and end of classes follow the academic calendar.

The defense is carried out in a virtual room. After the defense, the student receives the minutes of the
defense to sign. Once signed, you must send it to the institution.

The enrollment period runs continuously. But classes start accordingly
with the academic calendar.

For a master's degree, the minimum term is 24 months and a maximum of 36. For the doctorate,
the minimum term is 48 months maximum is 60 months.

No. Under US law, there is no requirement to publish a public notice.

The defense is carried out on an online platform, in which the student can choose where to
want to defend. The institution will provide the link to access the virtual room.

It depends on the Institution that the student chooses through the Carolina Bori Platform.
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Diplomas are recognized for use for professional purposes, except academic, for having the apostille in accordance with the Hague Convention, which
guarantees international recognition to certified documents. But we can not
guarantee academic recognition of our courses in Brazil, considering that
we are an international institution.
After the end of the course we deliver all the necessary documentation to
submission by the Carolina Bori platform, according to RESOLUTION No. 3, OF 22 OF
It should be noted that it is outside the scope of our services to perform or even
monitor the Recognition process in Brazil of any course taken.
Noting that Enber University is duly registered on the Platform
Carolina Bori for diploma recognition procedure.

The course is offered in Portuguese, however, some extra subjects
curricula may be offered in other languages.

The subjects to be studied are in the presentation sent to the student and on the website
of the institution.

The list of Universities able to carry out the recognition of the diploma is
available on the Carolina Bori Platform that can be accessed through the link:

There is no income tax deduction for courses taken outside Brazil, as
Brazilian legislation.

Yes. Even with the use of credits/disciplines in common from another
program, as assessed by the Graduate Executive Board.

Master's and Doctorate in Education Sciences; Master's and Doctorate in Theology

The candidate must fill in the online application form available on the website where there will be space indicated to attach the documents. After that, you must wait for your registration to be completed (student registration in the system), a process in which the documents sent are evaluated by the academic secretary.
For Brazil:
• Identity Card or Functional Identity (within the period of
shelf life);
• CPF;
• Birth or Marriage Certificate;
• Voter registration;
• Reservist card (for male candidates only);
• Proof of Residence updated with a maximum of 90 (ninety) days;
• Curriculum lattes;
• Diploma and Graduation History for Master's or Diploma candidates
and Master's History for Doctoral candidates;
• Letter of Intent.
For other countries:
• Valid identification document in the student's country of origin with photo;
• Proof of schooling;
• Curriculum or ORCID;
• Letter of Intent.
Note 1: all documents must be the originals, scanned legibly and
uncut for electronic submission. Therefore, there is no need to recognize
of signature.
Obs. 2: documents that contain more than one page, we recommend that they be
sent in PDF file format (eg Curriculum, Diploma and Transcript).

The beginning of classes follows the academic calendar.

Headquarters are located at Orlando 7350 Futures Drive, FL 32819. It is represented in
several countries by Accredited Support Units.

No. Foreign courses at master's and doctoral levels taken abroad
do not need to be attended face-to-face. In recognition of diplomas
foreigners, through Brazilian universities, the
following factors:
1. The course must have a workload similar to that required in Brazil;
2. The course must have a correlated, similar, equal or
equivalent to those required by Brazilian institutions, in accordance with the
Opinion CNE/CES No. 56/2015, approved on February 11, 2015
and the
Normative Ordinance No. 022, of December 13, 2016
3. The course area must be correlated, similar, equal or equivalent to the
existing courses in Brazil;
4. The Brazilian university where the final student of the course abroad
entering the revalidation process must offer the course in question;
5. The completion documentation must be fully legalized for Brazil
(apostille if from a country belonging to the Hague Convention or
consular authentication);
6. Sworn translation of all course completion documentation;
7. Bound Dissertation or Thesis;
8. Curriculum of course evaluators;
9. Course syllabus and content;
10. Enter the revalidation process on the specified date, through the
notice provided by the university;
11. If the university is suitable for the Corolina Bori portal, the student can
monitor your process through the portal.

No. Because it doesn't matter if no diploma has been recognized yet. this may have
happened for several reasons, and one of them is that some graduates have not yet
entry into the recognition process. There is also the possibility that the
institutions are in great demand for recognition requests, which
increases the time for evaluation.

No. Only the documents submitted are evaluated (Admissibility
Documentation) and student merit (Publications and Scientific Production). At
Brazilian universities cannot attempt against the international sovereignty of
universities that graduated Brazilians. The academic record will be evaluated, the load
timetable and courses taken.

No. The entire recognition process, for academic purposes, in Brazil occurs through
from the Carolina Bori Platform.

No. No foreign university has or will have the obligation to recognize
any diplomas in Brazil or in any other countries. she just has the
obligation to deliver all documentation to the student upon completion of the course
and must be legal in your home country.

The amount may vary according to each Higher Education Institution.

The value is the same as the monthly fee for the Master's or Doctoral course.
After enrollment, the institution will send a payment slip to the student.

No. No international agreement, bilateral or multilateral, can facilitate the
diploma recognition in Brazil. The only thing that can make the job of the
student with the Hague treaty is that, as Brazil is now part of the treaty
above, the student will not need to seek consular authentication for his degree,
if this foreign University is based in a treaty signatory country
The process in Brazil for the recognition of the title follows a legislation that
marks the system in an administrative act. On the website of the Ministry of Education (MEC),
it is possible to consult the rules that regulate this recognition process:
The American educational system is organized in a decentralized manner; each one
of the 50 American States have their autonomy, independent from the Federal Government,
respecting the different laws of each State and the Government itself
Federal. In most other countries, higher education legislation is
centralized by the Federal Government.
There is no Ministry of Education in the US, in the usual format of many other countries.
There is the Department of Education (Federal Government) that prioritizes the control of
Education as a whole (funds, constitutional aspects, scholarships, among
others). The Secretaries of State have full legal autonomy to authorize and legislate
the functioning of higher education institutions in their own States. At
American colleges and universities truly enjoy, in the USA, full university autonomy for their operations, in compliance with the stony laws

No. As our institution's working parameters are fully aligned with
the constituted authorities, we do not carry out or authorize it to take place, under
under any circumstances, face-to-face activities of our courses on Brazilian soil.

No. Enber is an American University, registered with the Department of
Florida Education through the Independent Education Commission. Legislation:
Section 1005.06 (1) (f), Florida Statutes / Rule 6E-5.001, FL Administrative Code,
Commission for Independent Education. We are a duly legalized University and listed
on the Florida Board of Education Universities Roll

No. The purpose of a University is to promote intellectual capital by contributing
for the educational advancement defined in its main proposals.

Are able to process the recognition of postgraduate diploma, the
Brazilian Universities (public or private) regularly accredited that
have postgraduate courses evaluated, authorized and recognized by the
National Postgraduate System (SNPG) in the same area of knowledge.

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