SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING – FEB


HISTORY

The School of Engineering (FEB) of the Bauru campus is a teaching unit of Unesp that instructs engineers with solid academic and technological knowledge, broad view of society and a good preparation to assume great leaderships. Founded in 1966 with the name School of Engineering and Technology, then connected to the Educational Foundation of Bauru, it has provided an intense exchange of knowledge and experiences among the several modalities of engineering.

TEACHING AND RESEARCH

FEB presently provides the undergraduation courses in Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Production Engineering, which started in the second half of 2003. Every year, sixty new students join the courses of Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering and fourty in the Production Engineering course. The search for the four courses provided by FEB has increased every year, having as an evidence the average of applicants enrolled in the college entrance examination. Besides the undergraduate courses, FEB counts with four stricto sensu graduation programs (master’s degree and doctorate): Mechanical Engineering, Production Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Electrical Engineering. The school also offers on a regular basis lato sensu graduation courses (graduate specialization), in the many areas of engineering, oriented to professionals of the region.

EXTENSION

FEB develops, with the community, educational, cultural, artistic, scientific, and technological activities, involving professors, researchers, students (scholarship students or volunteers), and technical-administrative servants.

UNITS

With more than 600 students, Colégio Técnico Industrial Professor “Isaac Portal Roldán” (an industrial technical school) was created with the College itself, in 1966. It provides two modalities of courses: one technical, in the areas of Electronics, Computer Science, and Mechanics; and another integrated area, which encompasses the technical education in the same areas and also the high school.

NUMBERS

▪ Undergraduation: Civil Engineering, Production Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering
▪ Graduation: Civil and Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Production Engineering
▪ Physical space (campus): 4.149.986,17 m²
▪ Constructed area (unit): 15.341,34 m²
▪ 2.197 undergraduate students
▪ 464 graduate students
▪ 95 professors
▪ 91 technical-administrative servants

School of Engineering

Av. Eng. Luiz Edmundo Carrijo Coube, 14-01
CEP: 17033-360
Phone: (55) 14 3103-6000
www.feb.unesp.br



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