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Science without borders:
The new Brazilian scientific international
mobility program
Glaucius OlivaGlaucius Oliva
CNPq/MCT...
Science without
Borders
Landscape of the
Brazilian Higher
Education System
Institutions (Universities and Colleges) 2,377
...
Science without
Borders
Number of Enrolments in Higher Education
(only undergraduates, includes distance education)
2001-2...
Science without
Borders
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5.000
10.000
15.000
20.000
25.000
30.000
35.000
40.000
45.000
87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 9...
Science without
Borders
National Development Strategy
• Invest in people: development of skills and
competences needed to ...
Science without
Borders
Science Without Borders
Program
• Boost Brazilian science, technology, innovation and
competitiven...
Science without
Borders
Priority Areas
•Engineering and other technological areas;
•Natural Sciences
•Health and Biomedica...
Science without
Borders
“Sandwich” - Undergraduate 27.100
“Sandwich” – PhD 24.600
Full PhD abroad 9.790
Post-Doctoral Fell...
Science without
Borders
Company Additional Fellowships
Febraban 6.500
CNI 6.000
ABDIB 5.000
Petrobras 5.000
Eletrobras 2.5...
Science without
Borders
Brazilians going abroad
• Support the travel and scholarships for
living and installation expenses...
Science without
Borders
Strategies (1)
• Estimulation of spontaneous demand from
Brazilian students and researchers:
– SWG...
Science without
Borders
Strategies (2)
• Agreements with Institutions and
Universities:
– Define nr of places, tuition/ben...
Science without
Borders
Young talents to Brazil
(Brazilian or foreigners)
• Payment of fellowship and resources to
2 to 3 ...
Science without
Borders
Special Visiting Researchers
(Brazilian or foreigners)
• Senior researchers to perform joint
proje...
Science without borders:
The new Brazilian scientific international
mobility program
THANK YOU !!!THANK YOU !!!
Glaucius O...
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  1. 1. Science without borders: The new Brazilian scientific international mobility program Glaucius OlivaGlaucius Oliva CNPq/MCTICNPq/MCTI Jorge GuimarãesJorge Guimarães CAPES/MECCAPES/MEC
  2. 2. Science without Borders Landscape of the Brazilian Higher Education System Institutions (Universities and Colleges) 2,377 Undergraduate enrolments 6,4 million Undergraduate conclusions per year 1 million Graduate students (MSc+PhD) 180,000 MSc conclusions per year 40,000 PhD conclusions per year 12,000
  3. 3. Science without Borders Number of Enrolments in Higher Education (only undergraduates, includes distance education) 2001-2010 Fonte: MEC / Inep - 1.000.000 2.000.000 3.000.000 4.000.000 5.000.000 6.000.000 7.000.000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 6.379.299
  4. 4. Science without Borders 0 5.000 10.000 15.000 20.000 25.000 30.000 35.000 40.000 45.000 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 11,400 PhD in 2009 38,800 MSc in 2009 Masters and PhD Degrees awarded per year
  5. 5. Science without Borders National Development Strategy • Invest in people: development of skills and competences needed to the full insertion in the knowledge-based economy • Focus on the national strategic challenges − Engineering and other technological areas − Strategic areas • Promotion of industrial R,D&I
  6. 6. Science without Borders Science Without Borders Program • Boost Brazilian science, technology, innovation and competitiveness through the expansion of international mobility. (100.000 fellowships in 4 years) • Increase the presence of Brazilian researchers and students of various levels in institutions of excellence overseas; Brazilian institutions will open similar opportunities for foreign scientists and students; • Increase the innovative expertise of personnel from the technological industries; • Attract young scientific talents and highly qualified researchers to work in Brazil.
  7. 7. Science without Borders Priority Areas •Engineering and other technological areas; •Natural Sciences •Health and Biomedical Sciences ; •Computing and Information Technology; •Aerospace; •Pharmaceuticals; •Sustainable Agricultural Production; •Oil and gas; •Nuclear Energy •Renewable Energy; •Minerals; •Biotechnology; •Nanotechnology and New Materials; •Technology for prevention and mitigation of natural disasters; •Biodiversity and bioprospection; •Marine Sciences; •Technologies for the green economy; •New technologies for constructive engineering; •Capacity building for technical personnel.
  8. 8. Science without Borders “Sandwich” - Undergraduate 27.100 “Sandwich” – PhD 24.600 Full PhD abroad 9.790 Post-Doctoral Fellowship abroad 8.900 Sabbactical Fellowship abroad 2.660 Fellowships for industrial scientists and engineers 700 Young talents to Brazil 860 Visiting Leading Scientists to Brazil 390 Total 75.000 Modalities of Fellowships and Target Numbers (govt. only)
  9. 9. Science without Borders Company Additional Fellowships Febraban 6.500 CNI 6.000 ABDIB 5.000 Petrobras 5.000 Eletrobras 2.500 VALE 1.000 TOTAL 26.000
  10. 10. Science without Borders Brazilians going abroad • Support the travel and scholarships for living and installation expenses and health insurance; • Undergraduate students for 6 months, or up to 12 months if an internship in laboratory or in industry is included; • Support for doctoral degrees abroad, either in complete PhD programs or in 12 months “sandwich”stayssandwich”stays; • Postdoctoral fellowships: For candidates with a doctorate, and accepted in leading international institutions abroad. Minimum of 6 months and maximum of 24 months. • Sabbatical fellowships for senior researchers
  11. 11. Science without Borders Strategies (1) • Estimulation of spontaneous demand from Brazilian students and researchers: – SWG fellowships to Scientific Initiation Programs – SWE fellowships to Post-graduate programs – Regular calls for GDE, PDE and ESN fellowships – Highly selective criteria – Stimulate bilateral agreements between Brazilian and foreign universities
  12. 12. Science without Borders Strategies (2) • Agreements with Institutions and Universities: – Define nr of places, tuition/bench fees, selection processes – Induced national calls for applications – Identify ways to facilitate the sending of Brazilian students to American Universities (lodging, visas, etc..) – Support for prior development of language skills
  13. 13. Science without Borders Young talents to Brazil (Brazilian or foreigners) • Payment of fellowship and resources to 2 to 3 years of work in Brazil with a local group; • The host research group receives funds, as a bench fee; • International calls of proposals in leading international journals. • Up to 200 young researchers per year.
  14. 14. Science without Borders Special Visiting Researchers (Brazilian or foreigners) • Senior researchers to perform joint projects with research groups in Brazil and to work in Brazil for one or two months every year; • Doctoral students and post doctoral personnel will be supported to work in the project; • Very attractive fellowship + funding for the local laboratory; • Distinct ways of collaborating with Brazilian scientists may be proposed.
  15. 15. Science without borders: The new Brazilian scientific international mobility program THANK YOU !!!THANK YOU !!! Glaucius OlivaGlaucius Oliva CNPq/MCTICNPq/MCTI Jorge GuimarãesJorge Guimarães CAPES/MECCAPES/MEC
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