Programs : Brochure
Summer in Brazil (Outgoing Program)
- Locations: São Paulo, Brazil
- Program Terms: Summer
Summer in Brazil
Portuguese Language & Culture
June 9 – July 21, 2018
The Stone Center for Latin American Studies invites undergraduates and graduate students interested in Portuguese language and Brazilian studies to apply to its highly popular Summer in Brazil program. São Paulo, the largest metropolis in South America, is an exciting center for fine arts, theater, music and cultural life. This city is a medley of Brazilians from the country’s 26 states and from multiple ethnic groups, which makes for an exciting mix of traditions and fabulous food on every street.
This six-week intensive academic program is organized in partnership by Tulane University and CET Academic Programs at the Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (PUC-SP). Students have the opportunity to earn 6-7 credits and take one intermediate or advanced Portuguese language course taught by CET faculty, and a course on social issues in Brazil taught in Portuguese by PUC-SP faculty. Students will stay with host families or in apartments with Brazilian roommates in São Paulo for a total Portuguese immersion experience. Excursions and activities in and around São Paulo will introduce students to all sides of Brazilian society.
PORT 2050: Intermediate Immersive Portuguese
PORT 3050: Advanced Immersive Portuguese
PORT 6910: Current Social Issues in Brazil (in Portuguese)
*Course numbers subject to change
PROGRAM COST: $7,200
$5,000 for Tuition and Fees
$2,200 for Housing and Logistics Fees
Lodging with Brazilian family home stays or apartment housing with Brazilian roommates
Transportation from the airport
Specialized group tours and activities
Airfare to/from São Paulo (GRU)
Federal Police Registration
Incidental costs, extra meals, extra expenses
Scholarships: This program qualifies as a Foreign Language Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship-eligible program with 140 contact hours of language instruction. For information on application procedures, eligible students interested in applying should visit the program’s web page. Note: The fellowship application and the program application are separate applications.
Student applicants must be in good academic standing and have at least a current cumulative grade point average of 2.5. The pre-requisite for this program is PORT 2030, or at least two courses of Portuguese language for non-Tulane students. Non-Tulane students are welcome to apply, but should confirm with their home university that their credits will transfer. Students must have a valid passport expiring no less than six months after return date; academic visa is required.
Complete applications will include:
APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 1, 2018
For questions, contact Laura Wise Person by phone at 504-862-8629, by email at email@example.com, or by visiting the Stone Center in 100 Jones Hall. Visit the program’s web page at http://stonecenter.tulane.edu/page/Summeri