The University of the Algarve (UAlg) will once again be present at the “Portugal 360” event, which will take place from this Friday, June 9, at the Cinemateca Brasileira, in the city of São Paulo.
In “Portugal 360”, which runs until Sunday, the 11th, UAlg will be available to make itself known to Brazilian students, holders of secondary education courses, who have taken the National Secondary Education Examination (Enem), or equivalent (vestibular) and want to enroll in an undergraduate course (degree or integrated master) in Portugal.
The UAlg entourage will have the opportunity to talk about the best study options for Brazilians interested in studying in the Portuguese country. UAlg representatives will show visitors, students and families what it's like to “Study where it's good to live”, addressing training innovations and issues such as cost of living, duration of courses and forms of access, among others.
UAlg is represented by André Botelheiro, Ivete Silva and Márcia André (Communication Office) and Hugo Barros (CRIA – Division of Entrepreneurship and Technology Transfer).
"Portugal 360" is the biggest event taking place in Brazil about Portugal. During three days, visitors will be able to have a completely Portuguese experience, either through university teaching programs, discovering new travel destinations in Portugal, or participating in various entertainment activities.
For the third time, education, culture, gastronomy, tourism, cinema, literature, innovation and leisure will be highlighted in Portugal 360.
The initiative has a partnership with Turismo de Portugal, the Consulate General of Portugal in São Paulo and the Cinemateca Brasileira.
In association with EduPortugal, to publicize the undergraduate and advanced training courses, the UAlg entourage is visiting several schools in São Paulo, such as the Lycée Pasteur (Vila Mariana), Colégio de Porto Seguro (Morumbi and Valinhos ), Colégio Santa Cruz (Alto de Pinheiros), Colégio Pentagono (Morumbi), Colégio Passo (Valinhos), among others.
Entrance is free, but registration is required. here