• Specialization

    MBA and Continued Education

    FGV ECMI offers short, medium and long-duration courses. Learn more about the MBA in Digital Communication Strategies, the Executive Education in Transparency and Open Government, the Executive Education in Communication and Marketing for Games and Digital Culture, and the short courses in the area of Digital Communication and Games.

FGV ECMI, together with the FGV Educational Development Institute (Instituto de Desenvolvimento Educacional da FGV – FGV IDE), offers different educational programs for Digital Communication professionals. The MBA in Digital Communication Strategies has an innovative curriculum combining Communication, Data Science and Business Strategy courses. 

In the short courses of Social Network Monitoring and Digital Communication and Data Journalism, students learn benchmark techniques and frameworks used in the market. 

The Executive Education in Transparency and Open Government addresses the main concepts and practices related to transparency policies and access to information.

Additional courses include the Executive Education in Communication and Marketing Strategies for Games and Digital Culture and the short-term course The Potential of Games as a Strategy for Political Campaigns.

Learn more about the courses we offer:

The selection for the MBA in Digital Communication Strategies happens in the first and second semesters each year and are directed by the course coordination.

The program is offered in a live format, with live classes on Zoom for all of Brazil, and in a blended format, with a portion of live classes on Zoom and another portion in-person in Rio de Janeiro.

Candidates must have a valid undergraduate diploma in Brazil and the selection consists of curricular analysis in order to assess whether your professional and academic experience is compatible with the program’s requirements.

This is an elimination stage. In some cases, candidates may be invited to take part in a video call for a selection interview.

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