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  • General information
      International Relations Commission
    • President
      Profa. Dra. Cinira Magali Fortuna
    • Support
      Juliana Gazzotti
    • Telephone
      55 16 3315-3393
    • E-mail
      crint@eerp.usp.br
Even though the university route is the shortest, candidates may also apply to programs or scholarships offered by Brazilian or international institutions, agencies and foundations. Keep in mind that information is key to a successful experience.

Some opportunities are listed below:

Scholarships from the Institute Brazil-United States (IBEU)
http://www.ibeu.org.br

New Zealand Government
http://www.aid.govt.nz/

IPRS Program from the Australian Government
http://education.gov.au/

Erasmus Mundus  Program from the European Union
http://www.em-a.eu/

Alban Program from the European Union
http://sgroup.be/project/alban-programme

Carolina Foundation from the Spanish government
http://www.fundacioncarolina.es

MAEC Scholarship Program from the Spanish government
http://www.becasmae.es

German Academic Exchange Service – DAAD
http://www.daad.org.br/pt/

Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Italy
http://www.esteri.it/mae/it/

Monbukagakusho Program from the Japanese Government
http://www.sp.br.emb-japan.go.jp

Scholarship program from the government of the People’s Republic of China
http://br.china-embassy.org/por/hdyg/t1130697.htm

Scholarships from the government of Chile
http://www.agci.cl

Scholarship Program for International Students from the government of Mexico
http://sre.gob.mx/

Ford Foundation International Fellowships Program – IFP
http://www.programabolsa.org.br

Rotary Scholarships – Rotary Foundation in Brazil – for graduate programs and language programs
http://www.rotary.org

Science without Borders
http://www.cienciasemfronteiras.cnpq.br/web/guest/estudantes

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