Student information

Postgraduate System - Janus

Janus is the academic system of the USP Postgraduate Programs. It consolidates information from programs, professors, and students. The Janus System is used for enrollment in courses, monitoring enrollment (“matricula de acompanhamento”), consultation of the courses catalog courses offered in the period, and consultation of the student’s record/school record. The system also provides information on the deadlines for completing each stage (qualification and defense), in addition to issuing documents, such as enrollment certificates and completion of courses.

Go to  and select “Create Unique Password” to register with your USP number. ATTENTION: be sure to provide an email in the on-site enrollment, as it is necessary to create the unique password. If an error occurs in your initial registration, please contact the FEA Postgraduate Office, 2nd floor of the FEA-05 building, room 213.

USP card and e-card

The student must request the smart card through the Janus system. Access USP Cards in the Janus system; request the card, and upload the photo with a white background. Card issuing is subject to authorization by the FEA Postgraduate Office. After being sent to the USP Department of Informatics, the card will be issued within approximately 30. After this period, the student must pick it up at the Postgraduate Office, on the 2nd floor of the FEA-05 building, room 213.

The e-card application is available on the PlayStore and AppStore and can be obtained immediately after issuing of the physical card has been authorized. Students can use the e-card before the physical card has been issued.

USP Email

To create the USP email (and access to other Google tools), interested parties must access, with the USP number at hand. All students must have a USP email, which will be used in all communications between the coordination, SPG/FEA, and students, so please consult it frequently.


Wireless access (Wireless USP)

To obtain access to the USPNet/eduroam network, interested parties should access  and create the password using the USP number. USP’s campuses have wireless broadband internet access from various points, such as amphitheaters, auditoriums, libraries, leisure areas, and others. These locations are properly identified.


VPN service

The VPN (Virtual Private Network) service provides connectivity to the USP network from any computer connected to the Internet. The VPN service allows access to USP databases and journals.

Users who have an account with the Dial-up Access or USPnet Wireless service are automatically enabled with VPN access with the same login and password.

USP professors, employees, and undergraduate and postgraduate students can configure access according to the tutorials available on the website.


Study Room - Ground Floor and 1st. Floor – FEA-2

Students have access to an exclusive study room furnished with desks and computers. It is important to note that this room is for the EXCLUSIVE USE of students in the program.


Informatics Technical Section (STI) – 3rd floor – FEA-5

Exclusive laboratory for Postgraduate students in Economics, Management, and Accounting with access to scanner, printing (limited), and Internet access.

Opening hours: from 8 AM to 9 PM. On vacation: from 8 AM to 5 PM.


Library of FEA-USP

The collection of the Library and Documentation Service of FEA/USP - SBD/FEA predates the creation of the school itself, which occurred in 1946. The collection was started in 1942 to meet the needs of the DSP employees - Department of Public Service, located in the Palace of the Government of the State of São Paulo. In 1944, the service was expanded and started to be used by other public servants, students, professors, technicians, and the general public.

Opening hours (academic period): Monday to Friday, from 7:30 AM to 9:30 PM;

Holidays and recess weeks: Monday to Friday from 8 AM to 6 PM.

Password registration at the Library is allowed for students, professors, researchers, USP employees, and employees of FEA Foundations, and it is carried out by presenting: proof of a link with FEA and document with photo (or USP card/e-card).

Library Blog


Accommodation Service

USP offers, students coming from other cities and of low income students, accommodations in the USP Residential Complex (CRUSP) on the University campus. It consists of seven blocks, two of which are intended for Postgraduate students. As the number of vacancies is lower than the demand, a selection of residents is carried out according to socioeconomic criteria. The number of vacancies depends on the number of former residents who leave CRUSP.

To participate in the selection of residents or to receive aid, the student must follow the schedule on the SAS website at Student Support > Postgraduate. The scholarships for Postgraduate students last up to three years for master’s students and four years for doctorate students and are also renewable annually.

Rua do Anfiteatro, 295, Cidade Universitária

São Paulo, 05508-900 / SP

Phone: (11) 3091-0118


Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM


Mental Health

The Office of Mental Health of the University of São Paulo is an important resource in case you need support for issues related to your mental health or a student close to you. The Office assists USP’s undergraduate, postgraduate, and exchange students. On the Office website, you will find general information, contact, form for reception, and support for urgencies and emergencies 24h. You can also access the USP Mental Health Office at



FEA has an ombudsman service that guarantees the confidentiality of the information transmitted. In this service, you can address conflicts involving professional relationships between members of the FEA community, moral harassment, sexual harassment, and complaints. For more information, visit the FEA Ombudsman’s website.


School Pass


The request for Bilhete Único for use in public transport can be made online using the form and instructions on the SAS website or in person at the address below:

Rua do Anfiteatro, 295, Cidade Universitária

São Paulo, 05508-900 / SP

Phone: (11) 3091-3581 and (11) 3091-3582


Opening Hours: from 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM



USP has university restaurants where it is possible to have meals at breakfast, lunch, and dinner for a very affordable price. Access to restaurants is done with the student card or with the e-card application. The purchase of access fees can be made through the Rucard system with payment via bank ticket or in person at the Rucard Counter, near the Central Restaurant, from 7 AM to 7:45 PM, from Monday to Friday.

On the Butantã campus, there are four university restaurants (bandejões):

Central Restaurant, close to the Rectory;  

PUSP-C Restaurant, near the Campus City Hall;  

Physics restaurants, close to the Physics Institute;

Chemistry Restaurant, close to the Chemistry Institute.

Information on opening hours, locations, and menus of Restaurants, on the website of the Superintendency of Social Assistance, under “Restaurants”.


Transportation on campus

The University City - Metro Butantã 8012 and 8022 lines operate in University City Armando de Salles Oliveira (CUASO), which make the connection between the Butantã Metro Station and CUASO free of charge for USP Ticket holders and users of Bilhete Único and Vale Transporte from SPTRANS.

To check the Circular Bus itinerary, visit the USP City Hall website.

More information about other transportation lines that circulate in the University City, click here.