Counterparts Mackenzie Presbyterian University



This entity belongs to the Mackenzie Presbyterian Institute (In-house support agency of Mackenzie Presbyterian University’s Sponsor). The main funding items provided by the MACKPESQUISA for the Graduate Programs (professors and graduate students) will be:

a) Financial support to visiting professors at Mackenzie Presbyterian University.

b) Financial support to professor of graduate programs for postdoctoral internship.

c)Financial support to payment of journal and review publication fees.

d)Financial support to academic mobility of graduate students for international and national conferences.

e) Funding of research projects.

f)Master’s and Doctoral Scholarships.


Internationalization of the curriculum with the incorporation of international themes in graduate classes.

The main international subjects in the the Master´s and Doctoral curricula are inclusive management of diversity; mobility and infrastructure in contemporary cities; sustainable development; business sustainability; compliance and corporate governance; planetary science; globalization; social-environmental rights; sustainable management of marine resources; social and affective neuroscience; social, cognitive and affective development processes; international markets; international economic strategy; global economy; international capital flow; international free trade; virtual learning environments and distance learning; cultural diversity; multiculturalism; creativity; education and media; social education; digital humanities; nanomaterials; nanotechnology; artificial intelligence; quantum mechanics; neural networks.


Production of international publicity material in other languages, including course websites.

All the webpages of the graduate programs are published in 3 languages (Portuguese, English and Spanish).

The International Office of Mackenzie Presbyterian University has models for Memorandum of Understanding, Cooperation Partnerships and Double Degree Agreements in four languages, in addition to Portuguese (English, French, Spanish and Italian), which are largely used by the graduate programs.


Training and qualification of staff for institutional internationalization.

  • English training program for employers in the administrative areas and Staff.
  • English training program for administrative staff of the Graduate Programs.
  • Training for professors in general tackled the issues involved on double degrees.
  • Short courses to prepare projects in international collaborative networks.


Other counterparts

  • Tuition waivers during students' academic mobility.
  • Workshops for professor training on English as a  Medium of Instruction (EMI) and other methodologies to teach in english.