Higher Education (Ensino Superior) in Brazil is compulsory for those who wish to pursue higher education. In addition, students must pass a competitive entrance examination (vestibular) for their specific course of study. Higher education in Brazil, as in many nations, can be divided into both undergraduate and postgraduate sections. In addition, universities promote research and provide with stand-alone classes to the community.
At university or at college, they are settled by the government and are indexed on an annual basis. The financial allowances granted by the government depend on the student's family incomes, and other factors, but they don't overpass 3,300 euro per year.
- CNPQ Scholarship (National Scientific and Technological Development Council) it is dedicated to researchers whose work is already consolidated in their home country and who develop a project in a research center in Brazil.
- For European programs (Erasmus, Leonardo, Lingua, Tempus) you need to ask information at International Relations office of each university.
Useful Sources for Study in Brazil
Government of Brazil: http://www.brasil.gov.br
Routard Guide – Brazil: http://www.routard.com/guide/code_dest/bresil.htm
Study in Brazil: http://www.studyinbrazil.org
Other Brazil: http://www.autresbresils.net
IIE Passport Brazil: http://info.iiepassport.org/country/brazil.html
Eduniversal in Brazil: 17 schools
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