Why Brazilian universities are more expensive than others in world

BARCELONA, Spain — Brazil’s universities are the world’s most expensive for their graduates, according to a new report.The study of 1,000 graduates of top universities in Brazil’s top 25 countries showed that the average cost of a degree in the country was $27,000, nearly three times the $17,000 average for the United States.Brazil has the […]

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How to learn academic degrees

This is a list of academic degrees that are accredited in Brazil.The accreditation process for Brazilian universities requires that each academic degree is accredited in its own country.The most important accreditation of any academic degree, according to Brazil’s government, is the National Accreditation of Accreditation.Learn more about academic degrees in Brazil

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Brazil’s Academic Vocation: A New Kind of Scholar

Academic vocations are booming in Brazil, with nearly two-thirds of Brazilians now pursuing a career in the field.Many Brazilians choose academic vocational degrees because they’re perceived to be more fulfilling than their traditional profession, as evidenced by the country’s ranking in the World Economic Forum’s “Top 25 Global Economies” and the popularity of the prestigious […]

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What’s the difference between a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree?

Bachelor’s degree – or equivalently a master of arts degree – is a formal degree from a recognized college or university.It requires the student to complete a curriculum that has been approved by the university.Master’s degree is the formal, more specialized degree.It may be conferred to anyone, and the curriculum may be approved by a […]

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How to pronounce the name of Brazil’s capital city

The capital city of Rio de Janeiro is known as Brasilia and the country has many names.But one name has always been associated with the city, even before it was formally known as Rio de Janiero de São Paulo, or RJSSP.The city is named after its capital city, Brasilia, which means “city of peace,” because […]

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