SPECIAL STUDENT IN INTERCHANGE COURSES
The courses created for enrollment of special students in interchange courses provide the enrollment possibility of Brazilian and foreign students that are coming to make part of their experimental work in Colleges and Institutes of Unicamp. This enrollment creates a temporary relationship, thus, allowing the student to access the facilities that university is offering: food by means of university restaurant, libraries, Medical Clinic Hospital and CECOM, without a definitive relationship, only in the period in which the student is found within the University. The courses are divided by weeks and enrollments may be carried out in any period, but shall note the following procedures:
Foreign Students: Unicamp accepts the following visas for the purposes of studies, other visas are not necessary: Study or cultural mission (VITEM I), Student (VITEM IV), Work (VITEM V), Mercosul (VIRET) or Permanent.
In case the student has any of the above visas, it is not necessary that responsible Professor in IQ request the acceptance letter of Unicamp with 45 days before the student arrival to the Graduate Studies Coordination. This letter shall contain: full name, nationality and number of passport. After the issuance of acceptance letter, the DAC shall forward to CPG/IQ and we will contact the student. The responsible professor that will receive the student shall inform him/her about the need of visa in order to be enrolled in the interchange courses. The documents for enrollment are: Professor letter to the Graduate Studies Coordination containing student full name, University and Course (Master Degree or PhD) in which the student is enrolled, description of activities to be performed, day, month and year of permanence in the laboratory, filled and signed enrollment form and common copy followed by original diploma or authenticated undergraduate diploma copy with legalization of the Brazilian embassy in its country of origin.
As soon as the student arrives in the University, the student must appear in the DAC foreigners sector bearing copy of the passport (data and visa) for registration at Unicamp. The student shall provide sworn translation of the diploma after his/her arrival in Brazil. The enrollment form is available in the link:
Enrollment in Interchange Courses that must be signed.
The only exception for non-provision of sworn translation of documents is for students coming from France, due to an agreement between Brazil and this country.
Brazilian Students: The Professor receiving the student must deliver to the Graduate Studies Coordination a request by means of letter for enrollment of special student in interchange courses, informing full name of the student, University and Course (Master Degree or PhD) in which the student is enrolled, description of activities to be carried out by the student in laboratory, day, month and years in which the student will remain in laboratory, common copy followed by original diploma or authenticated undergraduate diploma copy, and also the enrollment form in interchange courses available in the following link:
Enrollment in Interchange Courses filled and signed.
IMPORTANT: The university card (R.A.) is requested by the Graduate Studies Secretariat to DAC at the time of enrollment.
Remarks: The failure to comply these procedures shall make the student enrollment unfeasible.