Located in São Paulo, the University Anhembi Morumbi (UAM) is proud to be known as the first international university in Brazil, and is a member of the world’s largest higher education network, Laureate International Universities.
UAM has been awarded three stars in the QS University Stars Rating, scoring the maximum five stars in the categories ‘employability’, ‘inclusivity’, ‘online/distance learning’, ‘teaching’ and ‘social responsibility’.
The University Anhembi Morumbi belongs to the Laureate International Universities, a global network of education institutions comprising over 70 universities spread across 25 countries.
UAM offers a number of scholarships and financing opportunities, which you can apply for here, in addition to a selection of governmental and external grants awarded to deserving applicants on the basis of merit and income, such as the FIES and PROUNI.
UAM also offers exchange opportunities to international students wishing to study in Brazil from six months up to a year. To find out more on UAM’s International Office page.