37 Best universities for Metallurgical Engineering in Brazil

Below is the list of best universities in Brazil ranked based on their research performance in Metallurgical Engineering. A graph of 131K citations received by 8.33K academic papers made by 37 universities in Brazil was used to calculate publications' ratings, which then were adjusted for release dates and added to final scores.

We don't distinguish undergraduate and graduate programs nor do we adjust for current majors offered. You can find information about granted degrees on a university page but always double-check with an official site as it's constantly changing data.

  1. For Metallurgical Engineering

    University of Sao Paulo logo
    Acceptance Rate
    5%
    Enrollment
    96,364
    Founded
    1827
  2. For Metallurgical Engineering

    State University of Campinas logo
    Acceptance Rate
    5%
    Enrollment
    32,500
    Founded
    1966
  3. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Federal University of Sao Carlos logo
    Acceptance Rate
    5%
    Enrollment
    12,500
    Founded
    1968
  4. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Federal University of Minas Gerais logo
    Acceptance Rate
    6%
    Enrollment
    32,500
    Founded
    1927
  5. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Sao Paulo State University logo
    Acceptance Rate
    25%
    Enrollment
    37,500
    Founded
    1976
  6. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Federal University of Rio de Janeiro logo
    Acceptance Rate
    5%
    Enrollment
    67,329
    Founded
    1920
  7. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul logo
    Enrollment
    27,500
    Founded
    1934
  8. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Fluminense Federal University logo
    Acceptance Rate
    25%
    Enrollment
    45,000
    Founded
    1960
  9. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Federal University of Santa Catarina logo
    Acceptance Rate
    20%
    Enrollment
    32,500
    Founded
    1960
  10. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Federal University of Parana logo
    Enrollment
    27,500
    Founded
    1912
  11. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Federal University of Ceara logo
    Enrollment
    27,500
    Founded
    1954
  12. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte logo
    Acceptance Rate
    15%
    Enrollment
    27,500
    Founded
    1958
  13. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Federal University of Uberlandia logo
    Acceptance Rate
    5%
    Enrollment
    22,500
    Founded
    1969
  14. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Federal University of Ouro Preto logo
    Acceptance Rate
    55%
    Enrollment
    12,500
    Founded
    1969
  15. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Federal University of Campina Grande logo
    Enrollment
    17,500
    Founded
    2002
  16. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Santa Catarina State University logo
    Acceptance Rate
    55%
    Enrollment
    12,500
    Founded
    1965
  17. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro logo
    Acceptance Rate
    35%
    Enrollment
    22,500
    Founded
    1941
  18. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Federal University of Itajuba logo
    Acceptance Rate
    35%
    Enrollment
    7,500
    Founded
    1913
  19. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Federal University of Bahia logo
    Enrollment
    37,500
    Founded
    1946
  20. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Federal University of Paraiba logo
    Enrollment
    27,500
    Founded
    1955
  21. For Metallurgical Engineering

    University of the State of Rio de Janeiro logo
    Acceptance Rate
    10%
    Enrollment
    22,500
    Founded
    1950
  22. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Federal University of ABC logo
    Acceptance Rate
    5%
    Enrollment
    12,500
    Founded
    2005
  23. For Metallurgical Engineering

    State University of Ponta Grossa logo
    Enrollment
    12,500
    Founded
    1970
  24. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Federal University of Para logo
    Enrollment
    37,500
    Founded
    1957
  25. For Metallurgical Engineering

    University of Caxias do Sul logo
    Acceptance Rate
    75%
    Enrollment
    22,500
    Founded
    1967
  26. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Federal University of Espirito Santo logo
    Acceptance Rate
    25%
    Enrollment
    23,744
    Founded
    1954
  27. For Metallurgical Engineering

    University of Brasilia logo
    Enrollment
    37,500
    Founded
    1962
  28. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Federal University of Santa Maria logo
    Enrollment
    22,500
    Founded
    1960
  29. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Federal University of Pernambuco logo
    Enrollment
    32,500
    Founded
    1946
  30. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul logo
    Acceptance Rate
    35%
    Enrollment
    27,500
    Founded
    1948
  31. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Pontifical Catholic University of Parana logo
    Acceptance Rate
    45%
    Enrollment
    32,500
    Founded
    1959
  32. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Federal University of Technology - Parana logo
    Acceptance Rate
    95%
    Enrollment
    27,500
    Founded
    1909
  33. For Metallurgical Engineering

    University of Paraiba Valley logo
    Acceptance Rate
    35%
    Enrollment
    12,500
    Founded
    1954
  34. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Federal University of Sao Joao del-Rei logo
    Acceptance Rate
    15%
    Enrollment
    12,446
    Founded
    1987
  35. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais logo
    Enrollment
    45,000
    Founded
    1958
  36. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Federal University of Sao Paulo logo
    Acceptance Rate
    10%
    Enrollment
    12,500
    Founded
    1933
  37. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Federal University of Alfenas logo
    Acceptance Rate
    15%
    Enrollment
    6,500
    Founded
    1914

The best cities to study Metallurgical Engineering in Brazil based on the number of universities and their ranks are Sao Paulo, Campinas, Sao Carlos, and Belo Horizonte.