The experimental campus of São João da Boa Vista was created on March 8, 2012, after the approval of the Deans Council of Unesp, the highest body of the institution. The resources for the implementation of the course of Telecommunications Engineering – as well as of other courses of engineering, in nine cities of the state of São Paulo – were transferred by the government of the state of São Paulo, by means of the Supplementary Law no. 1.177, of June 11, 2012. The construction of the new campus started on March 6, 2013, with the laying of the cornerstone, in a ceremony that reunited the President of Unesp, Julio Cezar Durigan, the Governor Geraldo Alckmin, and the secretaries of the state of São Paulo. A land of approximately 107 thousand m² was donated officially to Unesp by the Municipal Government of São João de Boa Vista to give place to the unit.


In the course of Telecommunications Engineering, the students learn concepts applied to the electronic, computer and communications systems and that allow to understand and design systems related to the fi xed and mobile telephony; ratio and television systems; satellite communications; communications by means of optical fi bers; radio communications; and Internet and computer networks. Thus, basic training subjects are studies, such as calculation, physics and algebra, and vocational subjects, such as analog and digital electronics; antennas and propagation of electromagnetic waves; telephony; analog and digital communications systems; instrumentation applied to telecommunications; microprocessors; circuits for communications, sector regulation, among others.


The industrial activities in the aircraft sector do not cease to grow in Brazil and around the world – and the aeronautical engineer is fundamental in this process. In Brazil, the sector is known for having one of the most important industries in the world – Embraer. But other companies have emerged, and thus numerous fi elds of work in the market. The aircraft industry needs, therefore, a qualifi ed personnel in different sectors, such as mechanics, electronics, telecommunications, control, automation and mainly aeronautics. In its training, the aeronautical engineer acquires solid knowledge in mathematics, physics, mechanics, materials, electronics, telecommunications, control, aerodynamics, aerostructures, engines, mechanics and flight systems, instrumentation for aviation, among others. The course of Aeronautical Engineering of Unesp is undergoing implementation, with forecast to start in August, 2016.


▪ Undergraduation: Telecommunications Engineering and Aeronautical Engineering
▪ Physical space: 103,738.14 m²
▪ Constructed area: 3,902,45 m²
▪ 112 undergraduate students
▪ 12 professors
▪ 9 technical-administrative servants

SÃo JoÃo da Boa Vista campus

Avenida Professora Isette Corrêa Fontão, 505 Jardim das Flores
CEP: 13876-150
Phone: (55) 19 3638-2400

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