University education in Brazil offer immense opportunities for academic and social growth. There are a lot of public universities and tuition fees aren’t required for study in these universities. Enriching fields like biodiversity, resource management, social justice or public health and many others are there to choose from. There are well over 25000 programs available for international students.
These universities, whether public or private, are of high quality. They boast of well-equipped facilities, seasoned Staffulty, great prices and great supply of courses. Studying in Brazil and learning how to speak Portuguese offer important edge for professional education and employment.
Universities in Brazil are popular for their MBA, Engineering, Biology, Odontology, Medicine, Dermatology and Veterinary sciences courses. They are world-renowned and sought after by students from every nook and cranny of the planet. As a result, quite a number of multinational corporations recruit graduates from Brazilian universities and has become a hotspot for student recruitment and employment.
Admission procedure for study in Brazil
- If you desire to gain admission into Higher Education Institutions in Brazil, you must have completed the Secondary Education Level and be approved in ‘Vestibular’, a competitive examination to determine whether the student is qualified to enter in a given institution.
- A student must choose the institute or university and download their application form. After duly completing the same, it should be sent to the institute along with testimonials of earlier education completed.
- The English language proficiency tests score should also be mentioned in the application.
- After the institute peruses the application it decides the selection of the candidate, if the candidate receives a letter of acceptance from the institution the students should apply for a Student’s pass or visa
Top universities in Brazil
Some of the top universities in Brazil 2012-2013 are Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Universidade de São Paulo, Universidade de Brasília, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG).