Staff Spotlight: Juliana Bogoni


What makes studying in Brazil a unique experience for international students?

Juliana: Brazil is the biggest country in Latin America, encompassing nearly half of South America, the 5th biggest country in the world after Canada, Russia, China and the United States, a country with a population of more than 192 million inhabitants, the 6th biggest economy in the world, exceeding France and the United Kingdom, and projected to be the 5th by 2014, the most important producer and exporter of coffee in the world, the 3rd biggest exporter of agricultural goods in the world, a country that in 2012 will have the 4th biggest gene bank in the world for stocks of seeds and a diversity of foods, will be the host of the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympic Games. All that together, makes studying at such an important country very interesting.

What extracurricular activities do students enjoy while studying in Brazil?

Juliana: Visiting parks, museums, concerts, trying culinary from all over the world at one place (Sao Paulo)..

What can you tell us about the teacher-student dynamic in Brazil?

Juliana: It is divided in theory and practice. At Anhembi Morumbi we guarantee at least 50% of each, to make sure that our students will be prepared to the marketing. Our teachers are very high quality professionals and they are all used to our multiculturalism.

What level of language proficiency should students have before enrolling in a study abroad program in Brazil?

Juliana: To start an Extension Course, no proficiency is required. To start a regular course and/or MBA it is necessary to be at intermediary level, and also pass the test (Vestibular).