CIEE Liberal Arts in São Paulo, Brazil

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CIEE Study Abroad (São Paulo, Brazil)
CIEE Study Abroad (São Paulo, Brazil)
CIEE Study Abroad (São Paulo, Brazil)
CIEE Study Abroad (São Paulo, Brazil)
CIEE Study Abroad (São Paulo, Brazil)
CIEE Study Abroad (São Paulo, Brazil)
CIEE Study Abroad (São Paulo, Brazil)
CIEE Study Abroad (São Paulo, Brazil)

About

Begin or continue your study of Portuguese while exploring what is arguably the most important country in Latin America through the urban eyes of its largest, most diverse, and dynamic city—São Paulo.

Through intensive language study, homestays, internships, cultural activities, and direct enrollment in an extensive range of courses at one of the top universities in the country, studying abroad in São Paulo gives you unparalleled insight into contemporary Brazil, and an exciting, immersive intercultural experience.

Study abroad in São Paulo and you will:

- Take part in an intensive language and culture pre-session to prepare you for direct enrollment courses

- Experience the unique atmosphere of PUC-SP—a traditional university, founded in 1946, with an urban campus that mixes academic excellence with a diverse student body

Scholarships

CIEE Scholarships
CIEE Offers More Than $8 Million in Scholarships Every Year!

We know cost is one of the biggest barriers to studying abroad. At CIEE, we dedicate real resources to help break down the cost barriers so every student who wants to study abroad, can do so.

Value
$500 - $2,500

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Wiley
10/10
Yes, I recommend this program

Amazing Experience

My study abroad experience in Brazil was incredible. I really enjoyed taking classes with Brazilian students at an actual Brazilian university (though the students did go on strike the last week). The CIEE teachers were amazing, especially Professor Sergio.

What would you improve about this program?
Some people had poor homestay experiences (I loved mine). Perhaps more thorough vetting?