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Dedicated to transforming your future, in practice, our mission has been the same for more than 20 years:

“Promote socially responsible education, with a high level of quality, enabling the development of students’ LIFE PROJECTS”

The UniEduK Group is an educational group that provides services and it is made up of Jaguariúna University Center – UniFAJ, Max Planck University Center – UniMAX and Holambra Agribusiness – FAAGROH. We work tirelessly to offer quality and excellent teaching so that you become the protagonist of your life project.

Innovation, dedication, investments in people, infrastructure and technologies are part of our daily lives, as we believe that all of this can and will change your future in practice.

Our motto is to provide quality and practical education that employs people. To achieve this, we work with projects that implement innovative methodologies.

Find out more about our units

UniFAJ (Jaguariúna University Center) is located in the city of Jaguariúna, São Paulo state. There are dozens of undergraduate, postgraduate, technical and free courses in different areas. UniFAJ is made up of 6 campuses in total, where each one is focused on an area, making it possible to offer the best structure for each course.

UniMAX (Max Planck University Center) is located in one of the cities with the best GDP in Brazil, Indaiatuba, São Paulo state. Counting on two campuses, students have the best infrastructure for dozens of courses in the most diverse professional areas.

FAAGROH (Holambra Agribusiness Faculty) is one of the most differentiated units in our group, where the campus is in a greenhouse and entirely focused on agribusiness courses. Located in Holambra, also in São Paulo state, FAAGROH offers an innovative way for students to put into practice what they learn during the courses.

Suppose you are unemployed or desiring to change jobs and your goal  is to get into the job market you are studying as soon as possible, but you have not yet completed your degree.

 

How to indicate what you already know on your CV or Linkedin? The UniEduK Group has the solution to increase your chance of gaining a place in the job market: INTERMEDIATE CERTIFICATIONS.

 

But what is this, anyway? You can acquire an Intermediate Certification by completing a set of subjects, indicating that you have a partial qualification in a specific subject.

A great differentiator of the EDUCAR Teaching Model is Competency-Based  Education.

But what is it? In Competency-Based Education, you have the opportunity to choose the subjects that make sense for your learning at that moment, following the minimum and maximum workload requirements outlined for the semester of your course. This will make you the protagonist of your learning journey.

 

Of course, you continue to study all the technical and theoretical aspects essential for your training through practical laboratory activities, the use of technologies, and different forms of learning that will make you the qualified professional that the job market needs. We call this specific competencies. They do not change.

Additionally, you have the opportunity to choose subjects related to your professional desires. These subjects are called electives, and you choose which ones to take. Our main goal is to allow your development in:

  • Socioemotional competencies, which are linked to your attitudes, behaviors, and emotions in your everyday professional life, making you a well-rounded professional capable of handling the numerous challenges of the job market.
  • Life projects, which are disciplines related to your interests, needs, curiosities, and aspirations. They are not necessarily specific competencies of your course, but you can take them.

Therefore, technical knowledge (specific competencies), elective socioemotional competencies, and life project courses will make you a complete, unique, and distinguished professional in the job market, ensuring your professional success.

Imagine this: you’re at your workplace and encounter a problem that needs an immediate solution, but you haven’t studied the concept related to the situation yet. What to do?

 

To prevent such situations, the UniEduK Group has created the Teaching Model, and the proposal is exactly this: you, along with your classmates, will be integrated into real-life cases and projects from your current or future profession. With each new practical problem, students, guided by their professors, will seek a solution, an answer, studying the theoretical concepts according to what that practical problem demands.

 

How is this done? The Teaching Model uses active methodologies, where the student is the protagonist of their learning journey. One of the active methodologies is the use of Supervised Practical Activities (SPAs), where the teacher proposes a challenge, and from there, you research and seek solutions to solve that problem, delving into the subject.

 

When presenting the results of your research to the teacher, they check all the points of the solution you provided, acting as a knowledge mentor, indicating possible errors to be corrected and suggesting different alternatives for that same situation.

 

This way, you acquire solid knowledge that makes sense to you and that you will never forget, besides finding socially responsible solutions, that is, respecting and benefiting society. All of this contributes to providing you with even more opportunities in the job market because you will be a complete professional, with autonomy and proactivity to seek solutions to everyday problems by yourself.

 

This practical study is transformative because it values know-how, increasing the assimilation of technical knowledge by transforming theory into practice.

 

Do you know what you gain from all this? Besides the ability to turn your knowledge into concrete and practical action, you will learn to deal with the emotions involved in these everyday professional challenges. In the end, you will be able to deal, for example, with tight deadlines by achieving organizational skills and punctuality; pressure from clients, suppliers, and managers by gaining effectiveness in communication and empathy to understand the other’s problem; and everything else necessary to stand out in the job market.

Cities where we are present

Jaguariúna

With over 60,000 inhabitants, Jaguariúna is part of the Metropolitan Region of Campinas and is located just 30km from Campinas/SP.

In addition, Jaguariúna is part of the Circuito das Águas Paulistas (Paulista Waters Circuit) and the Circuito da Ciência e Tecnologia (Science and Technology Circuit), known respectively for the quality of its waters and as a center for the development of industry, agribusiness, services, business tourism, and ecotourism.

Indeed, Jaguariúna has cutting-edge technology industries, becoming one of the largest producers of cell phones in the country, as well as computers and telecommunications equipment, with significant participation in the segments of beverages, foodstuffs, and pharmaceuticals, hosting companies such as Ambev, Motorola, SKY, SEM, among others.

Indaiatuba

With over  256,000 inhabitants, Indaiatuba is part of the Metropolitan Region of Campinas (RMC) and is located just 26 km from Campinas and 78 km from São Paulo.

Moreover, Indaiatuba has achieved the 9th position in the National Ranking of the Most Competitive Cities in Brazil, developed by the Center for Public Leadership in partnership with the startup Gove and Sebrae. The Municipality has also, for the second consecutive time, secured the first place in the State of São Paulo and the second in Brazil with the best Ideb (Basic Education Development Index).

Additionally, its local Public Security has once again stood out among the cities of the State of São Paulo. The municipality was the only one in the RMC, with over 100,000 inhabitants, among the 21 São Paulo cities awarded by the Municipal Partnerships Program.

Holambra

With just over 15,000 inhabitants, Holambra/SP is part of the Metropolitan Region of Campinas and is located just 40 km from Campinas.

Holambra is known for its strong Dutch influence and nationally recognized as the National Capital of Flowers, standing out with the largest production in the country in this segment, as well as for hosting the largest flower exhibition in Latin America, the Expoflora. In a single month, the festival receives over 300,000 visitors, in addition to featuring landscaping shows, Dutch folk dances, museum visits, mini farms, shows, petal showers, float parades, and many other attractions.

Holambra is home to one of the world’s largest flower cooperatives: The Veiling, connecting over 400 local suppliers in its auctions.

Infrastructure, location and Campus

CAMPUS I

Address: 504 Amazonas Street, Jaguariúna/SP

Tel: 0800 775 5555

CAMPUS II

Address: Adhemar de Barros Highway, km127- Jaguariúna/SP

Tel: 0800 775 5555

CAMPUS III - Interclinical

Address: 678 Ipês Avenue, Jaguariúna/SP

Tel: +55 (19) 3837-8300

(For patients who want to schedule or cancel appointments)

Email: interclinicas@faj.br

CAMPUS IV - Veterinary School Hospital

Address: Adhemar de Barros Highway, km127- Jaguariúna/SP

Tel: +55 (19) 3837-8506

Email: hospvet@faj.br

Tel (WhatsApp): +55 (19) 99475-0378

CAMPUS VI - Clinical Center for Medical Specialties

Address: 280 Adhemar de Barros Highway (SP340), km 127, Tanquinho Velho-Jaguariúna/SP

CAMPUS I

Address: 460 9 de Dezembro, Jd.Pedroso, Indaiatuba/SP

Tel: +55 (19) 3885-9900

CAMPUS II - Veterinary School Hospital

Address: João Ceccon Highway, km 4 – Jd. Altos do Bela Vista, Indaiatuba/SP

Tel: 55+ (19) 3885-9902

CAMPUS III - CCMS - Clinical Center for Medical Specialties UniMAX

Address: 379 Eurico Primo Venturine Street, Jd. Pedroso, Indaiatuba/SP

CAMPUS I

Address: 40 Municipal Road HBR, Glebe 5E, C Session, Bairro Fundão, Holambra/SP

Tel: 0800 775 5555

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