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Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Campinas
Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Campinas (Pontificial Catholic University of Campinas) is a denominational university based in the city of Campinas, in the state of São Paulo, Brazil. Founded on June 1941, with the first college being on philosophy, science and letters, it became a full university in 1955. The title of Pontifical University was granted by Pope Paul VI in 1972. The university is coordinated by the Catholic Diocese of Campinas and has three campuses in the city.
The university has approximately 20,000 students enrolled in undergraduate and graduate courses. Undergraduate classes are in administration, system analysis, architecture, arts, accounting, biology, medicine, information science and library science, economics, theology, theology, pharmacy, law, social sciences, literature, physical education, nursing, dentistry, physical therapy, speech therapy, nutrition science, environmental education, engineering (civil, electrical, environmental, computing, sanitary), philosophy, geography, journalism, history, pedagogy, psychology, publicity, public relations, chemistry, social services, occupational therapy and tourism.
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