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Tomorrow, Deadline for Foreigners Interested in Brazilian College Scholarships

Foreign students interested in attending Brazilian universities have until tomorrow, July 12, to apply at Brazilian embassies in Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, and East Timor.

The Undergraduate Program for Foreigners (PEC-G) is a cooperation program in the area of human resource training, intended to enable citizens of developing countries with which Brazil maintains educational or cultural agreements to do undergraduate work at Brazilian universities that participate in the PEC-G.


According to Ana Lúcia Bezerra Pedroza, who is in charge of the Division of International Affairs of the Ministry of Education (MEC), around 600 students enter Brazilian universities each year through the program.


“This year there was an increase, and we have 780 students who were selected,” she informed. 76 institutions of higher education around the country participate in the program. The most popular courses are medicine and engineering.


The program is open to foreign students between the ages of 18 and 25 who have concluded their secondary education. Preference is given to students linked to national socioeconomic development programs that are the object of diplomatic agreements between Brazil and the student’s country of origin.


These programs determine the student’s commitment to return to his or her country and contribute in the area in which he or she graduated.


The PEC-G is administered by the Ministry of Foreign Relations, through its Division of Educational Cooperation in the Department of Scientific, Technical, and Technological Cooperation, and by the Ministry of Education, through its Division of International Affairs in the Secretariat of Higher Education.


ABr – www.radiobras.gov.br

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  • DAVID COLACO CONSTANTINO

    Mestrado na lingua Inglesa em Brasil
    Gostaria de fazer mestrado em Brazil nas faculdades de lingua Inglesa.Sou de MOzambique

  • lissandra maximina

    Ola,
    Vou fazer uma procuraÀƒ§ao para que um amigo possa retirar meu diploma da UNESP, e ,logo, farÀƒ¡ o reconhecimento de todas as assinaturas e enviarÀƒ¡ para o mec. Àƒ© possivel o mec reconhecer meu diploma sem minha assinatura?
    AgradeÀƒ§o antecipadamente,
    Lissandra

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    Aquiles Salvador Guterres / estudante
    sou de Aquiles salvador guterres,queria continuar o meu estudo academico no brasil. estou enterssado na curco de exploracao e producao recurcos naturais. por exemplo oleo e gas( primeiro opcao). outra opcao sobre tecnologia da informacao para baicharelato / S 1/ undergraduate program.

    sou de Timor Leste. contacto : asalvador_20@yahoo.com

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    Teacher John
    MY name is John Coombs. I am a Peace Corps volunteer and teacher in Mozambique. I have a student who would like to attend university in Brazil. Please contact me ay jofocos_world
    @yahoo.com

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