Uni IBMR is a private institution of higher education in the city of Rio de Janeiro, part of Laureate International Universities. It has three campuses in the city. In 2018, IBMR received the maximum Institutional Concept (five) in the evaluation process of the Ministry of Education (MEC), and can be considered one of the three best Private Universities in the State of Rio de Janeiro. The institution offers 46 courses, 33 of which are undergraduate, between bachelor and technological, and 13 graduate courses lato sensu. It also offers programs with more than 60 educational institutions over 10 countries, part of Laureate Network.
IBMR MUN is headquartered at Campus Barra, located at Avenida das Américas, 2603, in the neighborhood of Barra da Tijuca. Through this immeasurable partnership, delegates will have access to the whole campus infrastructure, including computer labs, computer-controlled classrooms, sound system and data-show, among others.
O IBMR MUN tem como sede o Campus Barra, localizado na Avenida das Américas, 2603, no bairro da Barra da Tijuca. Através desta parceria imensurável, os delegados terão acesso a praticamente toda infraestrutura do campus, incluindo os laboratórios de informática, salas de aula climatizadas com computador, sistema de som e data-show, dentre outras.
Barra da Tjuca
A praia da Barra da Tijuca é a principal praia da região e estende-se ao longo da avenida Sernambetiba até o Recreio dos Bandeirantes. É a maior praia do estado do Rio de Janeiro, com dezoito quilômetros de comprimento, possuindo ondas fortes, tubulares e excelentes para a prática do Surf e do Bodyboarding. Nela são realizadas diversas etapas de campeonatos brasileiros e até mundiais como WT. Ainda no bairro, ao longo da avenida do Pepê, próximo ao quebra-mar, estende-se a praia do Pepê, batizada em homenagem ao empresário e esportista Pedro Paulo Guise Carneiro Lopes, mais conhecido como Pepê, onde situa-se o Ibis Barra da Tijuca, Hotel Oficial do V IBMR MUN.
Located in the West Zone of Rio de Janeiro, Barra da Tijuca is one of the fastest growing neighborhoods in Rio de Janeiro. It is currently considered a financial, gastronomic, hotel and entertainment center in the capital and hosted most of the events of the 2016 Summer Olympics and the 2016 Summer Paralympic Games. It was chosen due to it is the most modern part of Rio de Janeiro and have enough space to host the games, being considered the neighborhood with the largest concentration of malls and supermarkets in the city.
The beach of Barra da Tijuca is the main beach of the region and extends along the Sernambetiba avenue to Recreio dos Bandeirantes. It is the largest beach in the state of Rio de Janeiro, with eighteen kilometers in length, with strong waves, tubular and excellent for Surfing and Bodyboarding. It hosts several stages of Brazilian and world championships such as WT.
Pepê avenue, next to the breakwater, is the place of our Oficial Hotel, the Ibis Barra da Tijuca.
Getting around Barra
There are many ways to get at Barra Campus, since Barra da Tijuca is one of the places with the largest transportation infrastructure in the city. Barra has a vast system of BRT (Bus Rapid Transit) integrated to the Subway at Jardim Oceânico station. In this way, Barra has connection with almost the whole city, as well as Tom Jobim-Galeão International Airport. We will explain below the modalities to facilitate the transportation of the delegates to the event.
The users of the Subway System will have two options: Take Subway Green Line 2 and integrate with the BRT System at Vincente de Carvalho Station and access the lines destined for the Alvorada Terminal to then proceed to the "Parador" service lines 21A or 50, both destined to Jardim Oceânico, or take Subway Yellow Line 4 to Jardim Jardim station and access the BRT Terminal, towards lines 21A - Recreio Shopping or 50 - Parque Olímpico. For users of the BRT System, if necessary, change, at Alvorada Terminal, to lines 21A and 50, destined for the Jardim Oceânico Terminal.
IBMR is located just in front of BRT's Afranio Costa / Teatro Nathalia station, served by lines 21A and 50, aforemetioned.
It is also possible to use the dozens of conventional bus lines, leaving the vehicle according to the map, near the Afrânio Costa station of BRT. We recommend using the Moovit application, in view of the countless lines. By clicking on the MetroRio and BRTRio logos aside you will be directed to the company's website, accessing the service map as well as integration options.
We recommend obtaining Transport Card for economy in integration and practicality. In the city of Rio de Janeiro, the most used cards are Bilhete Único Carioca and RioCard (pictures aside), easily obtained in RioCard stores or BRT stations.
Subway Ticket: R$ 4.60
BRT Pass: R$ 4.05
Subway+BRT Integration via Transport Card: R$ 6.80
Valor da Passagem de Metrô: R$5,00
Valor da Passagem de BRT: R$4,05
Integração Metrô+BRT via Bilhete Único ou RioCard: R$7,20
From Airports to the Hotel
Those coming from the Tom Jobim-Galeão International Airport to Ibis Barra da Tijuca Hotel, should access the BRT Galeão Stations to Alvorada Terminal, and then, change for any line to Jardim Oceânico Terminal. When arriving at the Terminal, we strongly recommend using taxi for the missing 1.5 km. There are also executive buses that do the commute, as well as taxis. If you prefer to use taxi, we strongly recommend the apps, such as Uber and 99Taxi, instead Airport cabs, due to cost reasons.
Those coming from Santos Dumont Airport shall access the Airport VLT to Cinelândia Subway station and then take Subway Yellow Line No. 4 to Jardim Oceânico. When geting there, we strongly recommend you to take a app taxi for the missing 1.5 km (it will cost around R$7)