The School of Arts, Sciences and Humanities is one of the youngest schools within University of Sao Paulo.
It has a single organizational structure without any
The aim of EACH is to prepare professionals and researchers
for a complex vision of society, culture and science. It is
based on a strict commitment to the development of inter-,
multi- and transdisciplinary perspectives as well as the
pursuit of knowledge innovation. Two of its key features
are the Basic Cycle, a series of common studies to all
undergraduate programs, and the establishment of a
strong connection with local low-income communities
through research projects and extension activities.
Every year, 1,020 students are admitted in the
undergraduate programs, alocated into morning,
afternoon and evening periods. EACH currently has
approximately 5,000 students in undergraduate
programs, and 150 students in graduate programs.
Nowadays (March, 2012),
School of Arts, Sciences and Humanities is composed by:
1. 262 professors;
2. 198 employees;
3. 4,924 undergraduate students;
4. 121 graduate students;
5. 17 incoming students;
6. 21 outgoing students.
EACH has three laboratories buildings dedicated
exclusively to teaching and research. The research
laboratories, with a total area of 5,000 square
meters, reflect the idea of an interdisciplinary
unit and meet the needs of general and specific
areas such as health, molecular biology, analytical
chemistry, biodiversity, earth science, environmental
technology, education, humanities and textiles.
Furthermore, EACH has nine computer labs for
graduate and undergraduate students, which can
use wirelles connection to the Internet in all buldings.
Encompasses a total of 5,000 square meters, 630 of It involves a total of 5,000 square meters, which 630 are
reserved for reading, researching and studying activities, and 300 for books and journal collections.
The library allows students to consult and borrownearly 30,000 books and scientific journals. activities,
and 300 for books and journal collections.
The library allows students to consult and borrow the available material.
The gym is used for teaching activities in the academic
programs. It is also available for EACH students’ recreational activities as well as for members
from neighboring communities. With over 3,000 square meters, the gym has five courts for the practice
of soccer, handball, basketball, volleyball and other physical activities, and also a laboratory for human movement studies.