Engineering

Mauá College of Engineering started its activities in 1962. It is recognized as one of the best Schools of Engineering in Brazil, having graduated over 16,500 engineers. It is located at the São Caetano do Sul campus, has a constructed area of 40,000 m², spacious classrooms equipped with modern audio-visual resources, more than 100 laboratories, a large and modern library, a facility for athletic activities with multiple sports courts and a semi-olympic pool, all in a pleasant campus with a lot of green areas and large parking lot. It provides its students with all comfort conditions and meets the teaching-pedagogical objectives of the program.

Mauá College of Engineering provides its students with:

  • advice on internships and jobs;
  • guided study;
  • invited conferences ;
  • opportunities to study abroad;
  • pedagogical support
  • privileged location in the most important center if the country industrial, São Paulo city and ABCD;
  • scholarships;
  • student loan;
  • Technical Competitions (SAE Baja, Aero Design, Energy Efficient Vehicle, War of Robots, among others);
  • technology-related events (Technical visits and Expositions);
  • tutoring and young scientist program.

Engineers in today's world

"Engineering is the professional art of organizing and guiding people's work, applying scientific knowledge and sparingly using nature's materials and energies to produce goods and services of interest to the society, meeting their needs and following safety standards." This definition, which was adopted by the Brazilian Federal Council on Engineering, Architecture and Agronomics - CONFEA, in 1993, summarizes the activities carried out by engineers.

Technological development should be sustainable and environment-friendly. Engineers play an important role and therefore their education should go beyond the limits of technique and technology. In addition to talent, creativity and intuition, connected to scientific and technological knowledge, Engineering professionals should have a general culture that enables them to critically assess issues of administrative management and human relations, and a clear view of the social consequences of their work in a globalized world.

Choosing the career

The Engineering program offers the following options:

  • Food Engineering;
  • Civil Engineering;
  • Computation Engineering;
  • Control and Automation (Mechatronics) Engineering;
  • Electrical Engineering;
  • Electronic Engineering;
  • Mechanical Engineering;
  • Mechanical Production Engineering;
  • Chemical Engineering.

All freshman students have a common first-year Engineering program. Students choose their career when they enroll the 2nd year.

The duration of the IMT engineering course is 5 years for the day time program and 6 years for the night time program.