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Spotlight on Summer Study Abroad: Sao Paulo, Brazil

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Spotlight on Summer Study Abroad: Sao Paulo, Brazil

The best place to study abroad is different for each person. The best time to study abroad is also an individual choice. To help you find the study abroad program that is right for you, AIFS offers opportunities around the world and throughout the year—including summer term!

Summer study abroad in Sao Paulo is a chance to earn up to 9 credits living in the economic and cultural heart of Brazil. The city enjoys a world-class culinary scene, fantastic nightlife and thriving visual and performing arts scene. Sao Paulo is a bustling metropolis pushing the nation’s burgeoning economy with wonderful proximity to the famous beaches, biodiversity and beauty of Brazil.

Anyone interested in business, economics and Portuguese language should consider this program to study abroad in South America’s most influential country at Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado. It is open to college sophomores, juniors and seniors.

AIFS summer programs are perfect for students to advance their education, travel and even obtain an international internship placement between Spring and Fall semesters. If you have a particularly rigorous semester schedule, but don’t want to miss the chance to have a life-changing global adventure, summer study abroad is an especially flexible option.

Summer term abroad is a fantastic way to gain valuable international experience, see a bit of the world and knock a few things off your bucket list in one excellent adventure! Whether it’s your only opportunity to study abroad or one of many in an extensive study abroad portfolio, we’re here to help you find the best program to make your dream to study abroad come true.

The application deadline for program is March 15 – so apply today!

Check out additional opportunities to study abroad in Brazil, including Fall semester 2017. 

Spotlight on Summer Study Abroad: Sao Paulo, Brazil

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