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  • 2. Brazil
  • 3. Brazil
  • 4.
    • is the 5 th largest country in the world, after Russia, Canada, China and the US
    • covers nearly half of the South American continent
    • has 188 million inhabitants
    • is the only Portuguese-speaking country in South America (6 th most spoken language in the world)
    • is the 10 th largest economy in the world
    • produces more than half of the income of the South American continent
  • 5. What is special about Brazil
    • High quality HEI
    • High level of research
    • Business opportunities
    • Diversity of local cultures
    • Unique exotic nature
    • Pleasant weather
    • Warm people
    • Music, cinema, arts, carnival, soccer...
  • 6.
    • 45 undergraduate programs
    • 9 faculties/schools
    Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo
    • Founded in 1946
    Biological Sciences Medical Sciences Social Sciences Communication and Philosophy Law Economics and Business Education Speech and Listening Therapy Mathematics, Physics and Technogy Psychology Social Work
  • 7. Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo 6 CAMPUSES Sao Paulo City Barueri Sorocaba
  • 8. Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo
    • 16,700 students in undergraduate
    • programs
    • 6,400 scholarships
    • 1,500 professors
    • 1,370 administrative employees
    • 200,000 alumni students
  • 9. Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo
    • Leadership in research and graduate
    • programs
    • 26 master’s programs
    • 18 Ph.D. programs
    • 13,000 master’s dissertations
    • 4,000 Ph.D. dissertations
    • 4,250 students in master’s and Ph.D.
    • 8,500 students in MBA programs
    • 237 research groups
    • 80 international agreements
  • 10. Accounting Actuarial Sciences Advertisement and Publicity Biological Sciences Biomedical Engineering Computing Sciences Communication Arts Communication Multimidia Digital Games Economics Education Electric Engineering English Environmental Management Executif Secretary French Geography History Information Systems International Relations International Commerce Journalism Kinesitherapy Law Management Marketing Mathematics Medicine Nursery Philosophy Physics Physical Education Portuguese Production Engineering Psychology Spanish Speech Communication Social Sciences Social Work Technology and Digital Midia Tourism Undergraduate Courses
  • 11. Graduate Courses Management Mathematics Philosophy Portuguese Clinical Psychology Social Sciences Social Psychology Behaviour Psychology Social Work Speech Communication Technology Intelligence and Digital Design Accounting and Actuarial Sciences Communication Economics Education Educational Psychology Geography History History of Science International Relations Law Linguistics Literature and Literary Criticism
  • 12. 80 Agreements in 22 countries
    • Argentine
    • Cape Verde
    • Chile
    • Colombia
    • Costa Rica
    • Denmark
    • England
    • France
    • Germany
    • Italy
    • Mexico
        • Mozambique
        • Nicaragua
        • Peru
        • Poland
        • Portugal
        • Russia
        • Spain
        • Sweden
        • Switzerland
        • The Netherlands
        • USA
  • 13. Main International Programs
    • Student Exchange programs
    • Study Abroad programs
    • Double Degrees
    • Foreign language courses
    • Academic Internships
    • Social Programs
    • Joint researches
    • Visiting faculties
    • Master and Ph.D. degrees abroad
    • Technical Qualification Programs
    • International Seminars
  • 14. ARGENTINA Universidad Católica Argentina Universidad del Salvador CHILE PUC-Chile Universidade de Talca DANEMARK Københavns Universitet FRANCE Sciences Po - Paris Université de Paris I - Sorbonne Université de Paris X - Nanterre GERMANY Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg ITALY Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore PORTUGAL Universidade Católica Portuguesa Universidade de Coimbra Universidade de Lisboa Universidade do Porto SPAIN Univ. de Santiago de Compostela Universidad Castilla La Mancha SWITZERLAND Université de Genève USA Council for International Educational Exchange State University of New York University of the Incarnate Word Student Mobility
  • 15. Undergraduate Dual Degree
    • Combined study program leading
    • to two degrees
    • agreement between universities
    • payment of tuition fees only to the institution where s/he is enrolled
    • 5 semesters at PUC-SP / 5 sem. at partner university
    • also avaiable in graduate programs
    Gustavo Pereira International Relations - Dual Degree Student at Sciences Po - France
  • 16. PhD Dual Degree
    • France: EHESS, Sciences Po-Paris, Université Aix-Marseille III , Université Grenoble II, Université de Limoges, Université Paris VIII
    • Spain: Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
    • Australia: University of Sidney
    Université Grenoble II
  • 17. Students Exchange- 2008/2009
  • 18. Students Exchange- 2009/2010
  • 19. Outgoing Students Places of Destination
  • 20. Incoming Students Places of Origin
  • 21. Outgoing Students Fields of Study
  • 22. Incoming Students Fields of Study 32,0%
  • 23. International Students at PUC-SP
  • 24. International Students at PUC-SP
  • 25. International Students at PUC-SP Princeton University Macalester College Colby College Macalester College February 2009
  • 26. Danemark Mozambique Equator Angola Chile France International Students at PUC-SP 2009 June 2009
  • 27. Estimated Living Expenses in São Paulo per semester in USD Housing 1,900 Local Transportation 150 Meals 2,150 Books/study materials 190 Pocket money 900 Total 5,290 PUC-SP Tuition Fees 2,900 - 8,200
  • 28. Volunteer Mentor “ To be a mentor has been a very rich experience. From the moment we have contact with foreign students, we have the opportunity to know more about their cultures and costumes. It’s a cultural exchange, both for the mentors and for the incoming students as well” . Volunteers students from PUC-SP help foreign students during their stays in São Paulo Luana Smeets Languages/English Undergraduate Student Volonteer Mentor
  • 29.  
  • 30. PUC-SP - CIEE Study Center in Sao Paulo
    • Cooperation since 2002
    • 268 students from 79 American HEIs
  • 31. Term Abroad in English Brazilian Interdisciplinary Perspectives “ From the moment we landed in Sao Paulo Airport, it seemed the country was as happy to have us as we were to arrive. We are each staying with a host family, who treat us as their own children. In PUC-SP especially, we all feel extremely welcome. We have all acquired new friends and people are ready and willing to learn about our culture just as much as we want to learn about theirs”. Risa Dubow Union College, USA
  • 32. Academic Internship in East-Timor Mission of 18 Brazilian university students to teach Portuguese language using Brazilian songs, in a country where this language was proscribed for 24 years, under the Indonesia domination.
  • 33. Human Rights Fellows Program In cooperation with Open Society Justice Initiative, this program combines academic study and practical experience in Human Rights/public interest law, to lawyers and human rights activists from Angola and Mozambique.
  • 34. Technical Qualification Qualification in Analysis and Evaluation of Economical Conjuncture for the staff of the Ministry of Planning and Finance of St. Thome and Prince, Africa
  • 35. The Environmental Impact of Brazil’s Economic Growth 2008 International Faculty Development Seminar The Changing Social Face of Brazil 2004, 2005 e 2007
  • 36. Master and Ph.D. degree abroad Partnership with the Pedagogical University of Mozambique to implement Master and Ph.D. programs in Education 1998-2008 15 master’s and 32 Ph.D. dissertations
  • 37. MBA New Markets & Europe
  • 38. Carbon Finance Workshop
  • 39.  
  • 40. AlBan Alumni Brazil Conference March 27 th 2009
  • 41. IAESTE Board Annual Meeting June 25-27 th 2009
  • 42. Direction of International and Institutional Affairs –