Although still to have as many differences and barriers, the woman today is surpassing submission centuries and silence, when searching Superior Ensino, it looks for much more of what update and magnifying of its knowledge, also wants autonomy in its decisions, that is, its financial and also psychological independence. The feminine public not only invades the university as learning, the institutions of Superior Education also are if becoming the professional redoubt of the women. As the Census of superior education 1996-2003, divulged for the INEP – National Institute of Studies and Educational Research Ansio Teixeira (2005), the population of teaching women in Superior Ensino, including facultieses public and private universities, increased of 57.466 in 1996, for 116.221 in 2003, disclosing a 112% growth, while the masculine population enters the growth in the same period was of 90.854 for 152.696, that is, a 67,9% growth. Not only graduation courses, but, in the after-graduation courses, grow the feminine presence in the faculty of the institutions, ' ' improving of sped up form its titulao and significantly increasing its participation in the faculty of the mestrados ones and doutorados brasileiros.' ' (GODINHO, 2005, p.30) the presented statistical data in this study show that the presence of the women in the superior courses has its relation cause and consequence, studies of Godinho (2005, p.30) point that the women also are majority in the courses of After Graduation Stricto Sensu, them are 54% of the total of the scholarship holders of the CAPES (Coordination of Perfectioning of Staff of Superior Level.) enter the courses of mestrado and doutorado. In 2003 in Brazil between the 35669 formed masters and doctors, 18,160 were women. In accordance with recent research divulged for the INEP (National Institute of Studies and Educational Research Ansio Teixeira), Brazil (2008), is esteem that in 2011 the Universities have 610,232 teachers and 589,597 professors, a considerable difference of 20.635 women.