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UNICAMP The State University of Campinas, a young and modern higher learning public institution with campuses in the cities Campinas, Limeira[?] and Piracicaba[?], in the state of São Paulo, Brazil.

Considered one of the best and most productive research and educational institutions in Latin America, UNICAMP has courses, colleges and institutes in Medicine, Nursing, Speech Therapy, Dentistry, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics (Pure, Applied and Computational), Statistics, Computer Sciences, Engineering (Chemical, Food, Eletrical, Computer, Mechanical, Agricultural and Civil), Architecture, Geology, Economy, Arts, Music, Letters, Philosophy and Sociology. It has also two professional vocational schools.

In 2000, the University had 11,185 undergraduate students and 9,169 graduate students enrolled in the different courses and a faculty includes 1,800 professors.

Home page: http://www.unicamp.br/unicamp/about_unicamp/about_introduction

Article contributed by Renato M.E. Sabbatini, PhD: http://www.renato.sabbatini.com

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