São Paulo, May 2020 – The Eurofarma Institute, Eurofarma’s social arm that focuses on inclusion through transformative education, is accepting registration for preparatory courses intended for students who will take the Enem (National High School Exam) or who wish to enter Etecs (State Technical School maintained by the São Paulo State Government).

The courses will take place at the São Paulo Unit, in the southern district of the capital city. Registration is now open at www.institutoeurofarma.com.br and runs through July 15. Middle school students in the 9th grade at public schools can enroll in “De Olho na Etec [Looking to Etec]”. Those in the 3rd year of high school (or who have graduated no more than three years ago) can apply for vacancies in “De Olho no Enem [Looking to the National High School Exam]”.

In addition to classes focused on content required for the exams, lectures and simulations, students receive guidance on careers, how to register, and how to prepare for the exams. The Portuguese Language and Mathematics are the focus in both courses, as well as Writing for those who are preparing for Enem.

Service

De Olho na Etec

[Looking to Etec]

Workload: 120 hours (morning)
Target audience: 9th grade middle school students from public schools

De Olho no Enem

[Looking to the National High School Exam]

Approximate workload: 260 hours (afternoon)
Target audience: 3rd year high school students (or those who have graduated no more than three years ago) from public schools
 

Location: Due to the coronavirus pandemic, classes may be on-site and online. Eurofarma Institute – Interlagos Unit – Av. Nações Unidas, 22.215 (Interlagos/Zona Sul) – Jurubatuba Metro Station (CPTM) (in front of the SP Market shopping center)

 

About the Eurofarma Institute

Education as a model for transformation

Founded 12 years ago, the Eurofarma Institute seeks to enhance the results of Eurofarma’s social investments in three main areas: Training for Young People and Adults, Complementary Education and Environmental Education. The initiatives developed are always focused on socioeconomic inclusion and sustainable development through quality education. The projects are self-managed, feature partnerships of a pedagogical nature and their purpose is to foster participants’ autonomy and protagonism.

 

About Eurofarma Group 

As the first multinational pharmaceutical company with 100% Brazilian capital, the Eurofarma Group has been operating in the health industry since its establishment in 1972, producing and marketing innovative products and services to improve people’s quality of life. Focused on generating shared value, it operates in the areas of Prescription, Non-Prescription, and Generic Drugs, Hospital, Oncology and Veterinary. In Brazil alone, it offers 313 products, 649 dosage forms, serves 25 medical specialties and covers 89 therapeutic classes, which represent 81% of prescriptions in the brand market.

The Eurofarma Group has own operations in 20 countries, with an industrial park in Brazil and plants in 6 more Latin American countries. Reported sales totaled BRL 5.6 billion in 2019 and the Group employs over 7,000 employees.

 

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