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Masters Degree Programs in Brazil



Just as recent years have seen Brazil take centre-stage as the host nation for premier sporting events such as the 2014 FIFA World Cup and 2016 Olympic Games, so too have the country’s universities become increasingly popular with international students. In fact, nearly 15,000 foreign students currently study at Brazilian universities.

As a Masters student in Brazil you’ll study at universities that have helped drive the rapid growth of the country’s economy and are now reaping the rewards of increased investment in higher education. You’ll be able to choose from courses delivered in a familiar format, across a range of disciplines and subject areas. Whatever you choose to study, you’ll have a memorable experience living in a country whose bustling modern cities are only a short distance from its beautiful unspoilt rainforest regions.

A Masters in Brazil usually lasts for around two years and the Brazilian academic year normally begins in February. Some postgraduate programmes in Brazil may be delivered in English, but you’ll benefit from acquiring at least a basic knowledge of the local language (Portuguese) in order to properly enjoy and appreciate your time studying abroad in the country. International students will need to acquire a temporary residence permit to study in Brazil (a normal tourist visa will not last long enough for a postgraduate study programme).


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