Faculdade de Comunicação Social Cásper Líbero

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Faculdade de Comunicação Social Cásper Líbero

Faculdade Cásper Líbero, (Cásper Líbero College, a.k.a Faculdade de Comunicação Social Cásper Líbero or simply Cásper Líbero) is a Brazilian Higher Education institution, based in São Paulo. It was founded in 1947 by journalist Cásper Líbero, and it's linked to the Cásper Líbero Foundation. It has regular courses of Journalism, Radio & TV, Publicity and Public Relations.

History

Faculdade Cásper Líbero was founded in 1947 by Cásper Líbero as the first Journalism college in Latin America

In 1972, it became Faculade de Comunicação Social Cásper Líbero, introducing courses of Publicity and Public Relations. The course of Radio & TV was introduced in 2002.

Nowadays the college is located inside Gazeta Building (which also contains the Headquarters of Fundação Cásper Líbero), by the Paulista Avenue.

Admissions

All students are admitted by an entrance exam (vestibular), consisting of a 50 multiple-choice questions test (Portuguese, English, Mathematics, Geography and History) and a written essay, which will compose the other 50 points of the test. Students may also earn extra points, depending on their performance on the ENEM exam.

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