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International Scholarships for Brazilian Students

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Wherever you want to study in the world, it’s likely that there will be scholarships available to apply for. This week we’re focusing on international scholarships that are provided specifically for Brazilian students, including foreign government scholarships, bilateral partnerships and university scholarships across the globe.

If you’re based in Brazil, you may also be interested in attending the QS World Grad School Tour, coming soon to Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasilia. The tour is a chance to meet universities from around the world, is free to attend, and there are exclusive scholarships on offer to attendees.

For more study abroad scholarships open to students of all nationalities, check this listing, and for more scholarships for developing countries, click here.

To study anywhere in the world

To study in Asia

    • IDB-Japan Scholarship Program international scholarships funded by the Inter-American Development Bank, available to students from member countries including Brazil, Chile and Mexico.

To study in Europe

    • Capes-Humboldt Research Fellowship– post-doctoral Brazilian government scholarships for Brazilian students conducting research in Germany.
    • Edinburgh Global Latin American Masters Scholarshipsgraduate scholarships to study in the UK offered by the University of Edinburgh, for Latin American students undertaking master’s level study.
    • IBRASIL Project – Erasmus Mundus– international scholarships for Brazilian students to study at selected universities around Europe, funded by the European Commission. European students also have the chance to study in Brazil.
    • Government funding to study in the UK– UKCISA lists a number of government scholarships to study in the UK.
    • Lund University Global Scholarship – study abroad scholarships for students outside of the EU/EEA to study at Lund University in Sweden at undergraduate and master’s level.
    • Orange Tulip Scholarship Program– study abroad scholarships to study in the Netherlands, funded by OTS Brazil and open to students of all degree levels.
    • LAC-CAF Scholarships – graduate scholarships for developing countries (including parts of Latin America) to study for the MSc in Latin American Studies at the University of Oxford in the UK.
    • Santander Scholarships– international student scholarships for developing countries in Latin America, Asia, Europe and the US, allowing students to study at master’s level at the London School of Economics (LSE). This program is also available at select universities in the UK.

Click here for more scholarships to study in the UK.

Click here for more scholarships to study in Germany.

Click here for more scholarships to study in the Nordic countries.

Click here for more scholarships to study in the rest of Europe.

To study in the US & Canada

Click here for more scholarships to study in the US.

Click here for more scholarships to study in Canada.

To study in Australia & New Zealand

Click here for more scholarships to study in Australia.

If you’re a Brazilian student interested in studying abroad, you can meet universities from around the world at the QS World Grad School Tour, coming soon to Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasilia. The events are free to attend, and offer opportunities to meet universities from around the world, get advice on your grad school application, and apply to the QS Scholarships scheme.

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Written by Laura Tucker
Laura is a former staff writer for TopUniversities.com, providing advice and guidance for students on a range of topics helping them to choose where to study, get admitted and find funding and scholarships. A graduate of Queen Mary University of London, Laura also blogs about student life.

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