The foundation of Colégio Piracicabano in 1881 initiated the trajectory of Methodist tradition in the city of Piracicaba, in São Paulo, by the pioneering action of the American missionary Martha Watts.
In 1964 the first programs of higher education were founded: economics, administration and accounting sciences. This expansion resulted in the recognition of Unimep, by the Ministry of Education, as the first Methodist University in Latin America in 1975.
Today, the institution counts with four campuses and offers undergraduate programs that cover all areas of knowledge. The institution maintains a differentiated educational proposal, based on the search for improvement, in face of the challenges presented in all stages of development of the country.
The institution offers: Undergraduate studies, Specializations, Graduate studies and Short Term Programs.
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