Total Course Load

Minimum 39 ECTS- 23 American Credits
Maximum 60 ECTS- 34 American Credits

Next class: February 2025

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Postgraduate Degree in 8 months

12 months. Obtain national and international certifications.

Postgraduate Course in Regional Studies Latin America

Postgraduate Course in Regional Studies Latin America

Master in Regional Studies Latin America

Examine the culture of Latin America from a broad, interdisciplinary perspective, combining basic cultural studies with advanced professional training. Improve ongoing training in Business, International Relations, Economics, Art and Culture, with a focus on Regional Studies on Contemporary Latin America.

Total Course Load

Minimum 39 ECTS- 23 American Credits
Maximum 60 ECTS- 34 American Credits

Next class: February 2025

Register and secure your spot!

Postgraduate Degree in 8 months

12 months. Obtain national and international certifications.


Total Course Load

Minimum 39 ECTS- 23 American Credits
Maximum 60 ECTS- 34 American Credits

Next class: February 2025

Register and secure your spot!

Postgraduate Degree in 8 months

12 months. Obtain national and international certifications.

Postgraduate Course in Regional Studies Latin America

Master in Regional Studies Latin America

Examine the culture of Latin America from a broad, interdisciplinary perspective, combining basic cultural studies with advanced professional training. Improve ongoing training in Business, International Relations, Economics, Art and Culture, with a focus on Regional Studies on Contemporary Latin America.

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In the Regional Studies program, you will:

In the Regional Studies program, you will:

Understand the theoretical-methodological foundations

Studies that guide the main contemporary debates in areas of study in the Latin American region.

Contribute to the planning, development and evaluation of specific projects

Aimed at the Latin American region, with a view to exercising protagonism and authorship in the professional activity and in the personal and collective lives of the people of the region.

Reflect critically on the main issues in the Latin American region

Critically examine the most relevant social, philosophical, artistic and cultural movements in the region, with the ability to establish connections and compare these movements with others around the globe.

Enable understanding of contributions arising from regional debates

Taking into account its applications in different socioeconomic contexts in different countries and institutions.

Program with the participation of guest professors from different regions around the world

Program with the participation of guest professors from different regions around the world

Vinicius Vieira

Doutor em Relações Internacionais pelo Nuffield College, University of Oxford

Lucas Leite

Doutor em Relações Internacionais pelo Programa San Tiago Dantas (UNESP/UNICAMP/PUCSP)

Lourdes Zilberberg

Doutora em Política e Gestão da Educação Superior (Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero, Argentina)

Patrícia Fonseca

Doutora em Educação, Arte e História da Cultura pela Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie.

Mayara Longuini

Doutora e Mestre em Direito Político e Econômico pela Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie.

Wang Xiaoshi

Bacharel em Língua Inglesa pela Universidade de Politécnica — Hubei/China (2011).

Luísa Labello

Mestrado em Linguística pelo Instituto de Estudos da Linguagem – UNICAMP

José Cunha

Doutorado em Administração – FEA-USP

Luana Fortes

Bacharela em Artes Visuais (FAAP) e graduada em Comunicação Social (Cásper Líbero)

Lorenzo Merlino

Doutor em HISTÓRIA DA ARTE pela UNICAMP

MASTER IN REGIONAL STUDIES: LATIN AMERICA

Get ready. We will start by studying the Latin American region!

The goal is to improve the process of continuing training for professionals in the areas of: Administration, International Relations and Economics, and the areas of Arts and Culture, as well as related areas.

The Program is flexible and can be carried out intensively or as continuing education, accumulating national and international certifications upon completion of each module.

The Course has two track options:

1) Business, International Relations and Economy, covering the recent history of the region, the consolidation of democratic processes in its countries, the rule of law and the political, economic and business environment. In addition to the environmental issue, as well as international relations within the region and with other countries and blocks.

2) Arte e Cultura, the emphasis is on regional cultures, on their own philosophical, literary and artistic movements, on social relations, diversity, interculturality and gender relations, bringing decolonization and its effects on social, cultural and artistic manifestations.

The goal is to improve the process of continuing training for professionals in the areas of: Administration, International Relations and Economics, and the areas of Arts and Culture, as well as related areas.

The Program is flexible and can be carried out intensively or as continuing education, accumulating national and international certifications upon completion of each module.

The Course has two track options:

1) Business, International Relations and Economy, covering the recent history of the region, the consolidation of democratic processes in its countries, the rule of law and the political, economic and business environment. In addition to the environmental issue, as well as international relations within the region and with other countries and blocks.

2) Arte e Cultura, the emphasis is on regional cultures, on their own philosophical, literary and artistic movements, on social relations, diversity, interculturality and gender relations, bringing decolonization and its effects on social, cultural and artistic manifestations.

Professionals interested in deepening their knowledge of the Latin American region in the areas of: Administration, International Relations and Economics or in the areas of Arts and Culture.
Yes, taught in English. This course is offered to the local and international community, about Latin America.
The student will develop a critical view of regional movements and their global influences; critically examine pre-eminent movements in the region’s social, philosophical, artistic and cultural spheres, demonstrating an ability to establish connections with movements on a global scale.

Study mission to countries in the region.

Participation of foreign guest professors.

Multicultural classes with the participation of foreign students.

Classes in English and improvement of the Spanish language.

Subjects and schedule

With a mandatory course load of 360 hours (39 ECTS- 23 American Credits), the curricular dynamics of the Postgraduate Course in Regional Studies Latin America was structured to be developed through the articulation between three modules:

Composed of mandatory curricular components that aim to deepen the historical, social and political nature of the region, in addition to teaching concepts and categories that guided the concrete thinking of the knowledge inherent to the construction of Latin American culture.
Composed of optional curricular components, organized into two tracks: Administration, Economics and International Relations and Art and Culture, which aim to articulate the theories presented previously with the reality of the educational processes that permeate the related areas of this course.
Composed of mandatory curricular components that aim to link conceptual knowledge, research and its application in practice, providing the student with a set of information that will promote mental synapses with a focus on the end-of-course work.
Interdisciplinary knowledge applied in practice, through a mission to Latin American countries. Optional: Volunteering + Internship
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Frequently asked questions about the FAAP Postgraduate Degree:

Professionals interested in deepening their knowledge of the Latin American region in the areas of: Business, International Relations and Economics or in the areas of Arts and Culture.
The program has a hybrid modality, with online and in-person classes, according to FAAP and the country/university chosen by the student.
The Master in Regional Studies Latin America is proposed to promote teaching, initiation into research and extension, training highly prepared professionals, with artistic thinking, critical capacity for their actions and awareness of their responsibilities towards the organizations and towards society, in order to contribute to the economic and social development of the country.
This course will train professionals to act innovatively in different contexts and spaces in Latin America.
The course consists of mandatory and specific subjects about the Latin American region. In addition, it has specific seminars on methodology and language teaching: Spanish and Portuguese. The subjects that make up the course’s curricular matrix follow two tracks: Administration, Economics and IR, and Arts and Culture.
The minimum course load to be awarded with a Postgraduate Degree in Regional Studies Latin America will be concluded in 8 months (39 ECTS). However, student may choose to continue studying for 12 months and include an internship in a partner country in the region (60 ECTS).
At the end of the course, students will be able to participate in the “Mission to the Southern Cone”, initially planned to take place in the following countries: Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Chile. As it is understood that the Latin American region is very extensive, the Mission will be carried out by group of countries. The articulating axis of the curricular matrix is made up of the study of Latin American cultures in all their aspects.
Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Uruguay, Mexico and partnerships with France, Italy and the United States of America.

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