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Academic Activities

Final Term Paper - TCC

Research and Final Term Paper  comprises an academic research in which a complete idea is developed theoretically and in the form of a Design project, thereafter presenting it as an object or a service/object system. 

The main goal is to have the student summarizing the professional capabilities he has gathered along the course, showcasing his ability for problem analysis and design solutions. His expertise should be demonstrated in the context of material cultures and their virtual extensions, as a synthesis of knowledge pertaining to the professional field.

Intership

The supervised internship program (which is subject to the UPM General Statutes Regulation and Federal Laws, which governs the issue) is compulsory for students of the Design School.

For the Design program it must be completed between the beginning of the 1st stage ad end of the 7th stage, comprising a minimum of 183 hours of internship.

The program is managed by the University administrative sector, the "Administrative Internship Area" (AAE) , which defines procedures and necessary documents for the consolidation of the registry of the three agents involved in this process: University/Faculty, Student and Company/Professional.

The internship is a very important activity for the undergraduate student of Design, as it complements his learning with a real world view through the work done in companies or public agencies. The activity aims at the professional improvement in his/her area of study, strengthening the practical knowledge of the fields gained in the classroom.

The Student internship is obligatory, not configuring an employment relationship , but entails some rights such as the receipt of a scholarship or salary, if stipulated, fulfillment of assignments and compulsory insurance against accidents, and after 1year of internship, 30-day paid vacations. The college has an Internship Coordination that supports students before and during the internship period.

The student may undertake a non-compulsory internship, with the same procedures as the compulsory internship, but not counting time to fulfill the mandatory hours.

The program also has the training Activities Monitoring Report (RAE), a privileged source for verifying the improvement of the student  knowledge and the relation of this knowledge to the professional practice, both from the point of view of the grantor and the trainee, giving feedback on the effectiveness of the teaching and learning, from the perspective of the labor market. This report must be present as a mandatory document for recording the internship  hours fulfilled by the student, in the undergraduate in Design program. 

 

Contacts
Bldg. 10, 1st Floor / room 102

 

Intership Coordinator
Prof. Dr. Flavio Marcondes
flavio.marcondes@mackenzie.br
+55 11 2766-7634

 

Administrative Assistant
Miriam Marques
estagio.fau@mackenzie.br
+55 11 2766-7263

 

 

Complementary Activities

The Coordination of Complementary Activities and Extension of FAU organizes and support the extension activities of the university unit, in compliance with Resolution 08/2016 - May 26, 2016, which regulates the Complementary Activities of Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie.

Complementary activities in the Undergraduate Program in Design are guided by the general principle that the training of the professional Designer is not restricted exclusively to the academic contents developed in the classroom. This means that the training of the Designer goes beyond the walls of the academy promoting the practice of a continuous, constant and complementary learning in the professional formation. The complementary activities program promotes students' participation in teaching, research and extension activities and, in order to complete their training, the student must complete a minimum of 180 hours of complementary activities, a minimum of 30 hours in each modality being required: teaching, research and extension.

 

Complementary Activities

Information and Tutorials, go to:

TIA> Moodle> Complementary Activities

 

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  • Contacts:

    Coordinator
    Professor Phd Pérola Felipette Brocaneli
    perola.brocaneli@mackenzie.br

    Assistant Coordinator
    Professor MsC. Ana Paula Calvo
    anapaula.calvo@mackenzie.br

 

Extension Activities

The Coordination of Complementary Activities and Extension of FAU acts to organize and support the extension activities of the university unit, in compliance with Resolution 05/2012 - February 13, 2012, which regulates the Extension of the University Presbiterian Mackenzie.

This Coordination is committed to an extension policy that contemplates the following aspects: a) that harmonizes with the principles of Mackenzie Presbyterian University, in its general aspects; b) that may involve undergraduate and graduate students; c) that it brings important contributions to the social context; d) that can contribute to the qualitative development of the teaching staff, as well as the students involved in specific extension projects, enabling them to both the professional experience and the articulation of this with the theoretical and practical knowledge learned in the Course.

It is our goal to promote activities that expose, highlight or discuss issues related to Architecture, Urbanism, nationally and internationally, for our academic community and for people of society, with special interest in these subjects.

  • Contacts:

    Coordinator
    Professor Phd Pérola Felipette Brocaneli
    perola.brocaneli@mackenzie.br

    Assistant Coordinator
    Professor MsC. Ana Paula Calvo
    anapaula.calvo@mackenzie.br
Research / PIBIC

Such participation may be voluntary or supported through fellowships in the Institutional Program of Scientific Initiation (PIBIC). This fellowship program is intended to complement the graduation process, helping students to understand scientific knowledge production. Students involved in Scientific Research have practical tasks and theoretic studies to accomplish, always under the guidance of an academic supervisor.

Good research practices is set high in the list of priorities by our Rector and, as such, is supported by the Mackenzie Presbyterian Institute, through fellowships from our own Research Program, MackPesquisa, and fellowships from CNPq (National Research Council).


Also, students may grant fellowships from research agencies such as FAPESP (São Paulo Research Funding Agency).

 

For more information, contact the Research Coordinator.
 

  • Contacts:

    Bldg 10 (Chamberlain) - 1st Floor_room 101

    Administrative Assistant
    Jaqueline Araujo Rodolfo 
    Phone : +55 11 2766-7068
    E-mail: pesquisa.fau@mackenzie.br 

    Research Coordinator
    Professor PhD. Luiz Guilherme Rivera de Castro 
    Phone:  +55 11 2766-7068 
    E-mail: coordenador.pesquisa.fau@mackenzie.br