Admission of regular students

The admission processes for regular students of the Graduate Program in Multimedia are governed by specific notices available at [inserir o link].

Application to these processes is done online in two phases, following the procedures and submitting the documents described below:

  • Phase 1 – Online application to the admission process of the master’s and doctoral courses on the Academic Management System (SIGA) web page, available at:, by filling out the online form

  • Phase 2 – Completion of application in a specific area of ​​the Graduate Program in Multimedia by:
  1. Filling out the online form;
  2. Submitting the following documents in PDF format:
  3. a) Birth/marriage Certificate;
  4. b) ID document (RG), RNE or passport (driver’s license is not accepted);
  5. c) Undergraduate transcript and master’s degree transcript, when applicable;
  6. d) Undergraduate diploma of master’s degree and doctorate applicants (or certificate of

completion or document attesting to expected completion prior to the enrollment period of new students);

  1. e) Proof of proficiency in foreign language (1 language for master’s degree and 2 for doctorate, one of them obligatorily English). Note: Proof of proficiency in foreign language ​​is not mandatory at the time of application, but must be submitted by the date informed in the notice. Applicants that do not prove proficiency by this date shall be disqualified.
  2. f) Updated Lattes curriculum, with special attention to the items education, professional practice and productions (bibliographic, technical, artistic). Note: No document other than the one generated by the Lattes Platform will be accepted for approval of the application.
  3. g) Research project linked to the program’s line of research, as set forth in the notice.

Proof of foreign language proficiency

Admission process: phases and exams

The admission process is divided into two phases: in the first phase, the research projects of applicants are submitted to an eliminatory and classificatory evaluation; in the second phase, applicants sit eliminatory and classificatory on-site exams (written and interview).