Tag Archives: Brazil

BSMP: It’s Over

It’s official: the Brazilian Scientific Mobility Program (BSMP) – also known as Science without Borders/Ciencia sem Fronteras – has been canceled by the Brazilian government. | See ICEF Monitor article ➤ Let’s face it: we have known that things were going in this direction. With the tumultuous political scene in Brazil, the the devaluation of the real against the dollar

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“Why is it a great time to recruit from Brazil?”

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Julio Ronchetti is the President of FPP EduMedia, a company that organizes international student recruitment events worldwide. Based in Brazil, Julio has observed the economic and political issues that the country has been facing, and he has gained his own perspective on how they affect the work that we do every day in this industry. He recently penned the following message, which provides interesting “food for thought” on the state of the Brazilian international education market, as he sees it.

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We’re Back!

A new contributor to “Wanted: ESL Students” After a year-long maternity-related hiatus, “Wanted: ESL Students” is back! In celebration of new beginnings, the look of the site has been updated, bringing a fresh new international look and a more mobile-friendly design for cell phones and tablets. But, even better…drumroll please…I have added a new contributor to the site! Meet Amanda

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NAFSA 2014 Conference: My Top 5 List

Another year, another enjoyable NAFSA conference! This year’s conference took place in San Diego, California and attracted 9,937 participants. I heard rumors that it was the biggest NAFSA conference ever. I’m not sure if that point has been verified, but it was definitely clear that there were many “NAFSAns” roaming the halls of the San Diego Convention Center last week!   Reflecting

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