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The Story of Higher Education in Brazil: Too Many Openings, Too Few Good Schools

Instead of the consumption of classes, education is a process of knowledge accumulation. But ...

Oswaldo Cruz Foundation headquarters in Brazil

Brazil to Offer Masters Degree in US, Europe and Africa

Brazil's Foundation for Improvement of Higher Education Students (Capes) and the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation ...

Brazilian kids in school

Brazil’s School Stipend Has Become a Vote-Buying Scheme

For a long time now Brazil has paid for scholarships so that university graduates ...

A Mere 10% of Brazilian Youths Go to College

The number of students attending Brazilian federal universities is expected to double in the ...

26,000 Private College Openings in Brazil Reserved to Blacks

Brazilian students eligible under quotas favoring the handicapped, blacks, mulattoes, and Indians should be ...

UFRJ, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Brazil Needs a Little Less Astuteness and a Little More Civic Engagement

After declaring Brazil’s Independence, the Empire’s leaders decided to educate the children of the ...

Federal Univesity Branches Are Spreading Throughout Brazil, Says Lula

Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva said that the University for All Program ...

All Over Brazil Students March for University Reform

Brazil’s National Students’ Union (UNE) promoted demonstrations throughout the country today, the National Day ...

Half of Brazil’s 34 Million Youth Are Out of School

With over 34 million people between the ages of 15 and 24, Brazil has ...

Collegeless Join Homeless and Landless in Brazil

The Sans University Movement (MSU) pledges its support and promises that it will be ...

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