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GRADUATION
RULES
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AGE
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GENERAL RULES

Graduation Time

Age Rules

Check the general rules for graduation. IPJJF issues certificates for all belts and graduations. To carry out your certification check the graduation to be requested according to the rules. To request your certification, send the documentation proving your graduation, photo identification document and date of birth to WhatsApp or IPJJF e-mail. Check the values on the homepage of this website.

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Belts and Ages

WHITE      –  Any age
GREY        – 4 to 15 years
yELLOW   – 7 to 15 years
ORANGE  – 10 to 15 years     GREEN 13 to 15 years

BLUE       – 16 years or more
PURPLE   – 16 years or more

BROWN   – 17 years or more
BLACK     – 18 years or more

RED AND BLACK- 49 years or more
RED AND WHITE - 56 years or more
RED BELT - 66 years or more

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Minimum Age

To obtain the purple belt at 16 years old, the athlete must have been a green belt for at least 2 years.

To obtain the purple belt at 17 years old, the athlete must have been green belt for at least 1 year and blue for 1 year.

If the athlete is graduated from the green to the purple belt, the time required to be graduated from the brown belt will be 1 years.
 
To obtain the black belt at 18 years old, the athlete must have remained in the brown belt for 1 year.

Minimum Time


A WHITE  – No minimum time

BLUE       – 2 (two) years
PURPLE   – 1 (one) year and a half
BROWN   – 1 (one) year

 

The time for the athlete to be graduated depends on the criteria of each teacher, and only the minimum period in each belt must be respected.

General Rules

The white, gray, yellow, orange, green, blue, purple and brown belts have 4 graduation levels: 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th degrees, and it is the coach's responsibility to grant these degrees in each of these belts.

Black e Degrees

Only black belts who are proven to be working in the modality can obtain degrees from the CBJJP.
The black belt is subdivided into seven different graduation levels: Black belt plus six graduation levels.

1st, 2nd and 3rd Degree

• The first degree can only be requested after a minimum of three (3) years of the black belt graduation.

• The second and third grades can be requested only after a minimum period of three (3) years from the previous graduation.

4th, 5th and 6th Degree

• The 4th, 5th and 6th grades can be requested only after a minimum period of 5 (five) years from the previous graduation.

7th Degree

• The 7th  grade (red and black belt) can be requested only after a period of 7 (seven) years from the previous graduation.

8th Degree

• The 8th grades (red and white belt) can be requested only after a period of 7 (seven) years from the previous graduation.

9th Degree

• The 9th degree (red belt) can only be applied after a minimum period of 10 (ten) years from the previous graduation.

10th Degree

The 10th grade (red belt) was given only to the pioneers of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, the Gracie brothers: Carlos, Oswaldo, George, Gaston and Helio. Master Oswaldo Baptista Fadda is in red tenth degree (In Memorian) recognized by the IPJJF and CBJJP.