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Fair offers scholarship opportunities in the US only to Brazilians

For many North American universities, welcoming Brazilians means bringing diversity and a new worldview to the classroom. Therefore, at least seven of the twenty educational institutions participating in the EducationUSA-organized event offer discounts on tuition, housing assistance, food, and health insurance. The free, face-to-face meeting is aimed at students looking for vacancies for undergraduate and graduate courses, as well as free and English courses.

“North American universities see Brazilians as aggregators, a point of union between expats. And through institutions with many cost options, affordable values, scholarships or already very affordable annual fees such as community colleges, for example, explains EducationUSA coordinator Simone Ferreira.

Simone Ferreira recalls that the scholarship is awarded not only to those who get the best grades in exams, but also to students who engage in social projects, academic research, music, sports and a path that demonstrates dedication and personal initiative.

The EducationUSA exhibition will be held between From September 20 to 29 In cities Sao Paulo, Recife, Fortaleza, Rio de Janeiro and Belo Horizonte. The EducationUSA team will present lectures and be on call to answer any questions about study programs. Applications should be made through the link: bit.ly/FeiraEdusaBR2022

Applicants will receive information about the admission process for US universities directly from the person responsible for this exam, as well as details about the tests required to apply and the visa application process. There will also be lectures on the American education system, undergraduate and graduate admissions processes, and financial aid.

The Realengo teenager won a 2.5 million scholarship to study in America

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Studying abroad with a scholarship is not an impossible dream. Raniery Mendes, a 22-year-old carioca born in Realengo, Rio’s western zone, won a full scholarship of about 2.5 million reais to pursue a degree and master’s degree in computer science at Wake Forest University. In North Carolina.

The young man says he attended a lecture where he discovered that studying in the US is not impossible as there are many options for scholarships and incentives for international students.

“I was mentored by Education USA and after a tough selection process was accepted to do my degree at Wake Forest. I enjoyed the experience so much that I applied for a master’s degree. I was accepted and now I advise anyone who wants to study abroad to look for options and not give up”. says the student.

EducationUSA Exhibition

São Paulo: 23 US universities and US Embassy representatives
McKenzie Presbyterian University

Address: Rua Piauí, 130

Date: September 20

Time: 17:00 to 20:00

Recife: Representatives from 13 North American universities and the US Embassy

Address: Av. Santos Dumont, 300 – victim

Date: September 22

Timings: 4 PM to 7 PM

Fortaleza: Representatives from 11 North American universities and the US Embassy

Hotel Gran Marques

Address: Av. Beira Mar, 3980 – Mucuripe Address: Avenida Beira Mar, 3080 – Meireles

Date: September 25

Timings: 3 PM to 6 PM

Belo Horizonte: Representatives from 17 US universities and the US Embassy

Address: R. São Paulo, 2320 – Centro

Date: September 27

Timings: 4 PM to 7 PM

Rio de Janeiro: 17 US universities and US embassy representatives
JW Marriott Hotel

Address: Av. Atlantica, 2600 – Copacabana

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Date: September 29

Timings: 4 PM to 7 PM

About EducationUSA:
EducationUSA is the State Department’s official office for information about studying in the United States and has a global network of more than 400 counseling centers. EducationUSA has 32 offices in different regions of Brazil, including “American Spaces – Binational Centers”, universities and non-profit organizations. The mission of the office is to facilitate free access to information about study opportunities in the United States. More information about EducationUSA in Brazil here: http://educationusa.org.br/site/