Date: 27 October 2023, Institutional event (time tbc)
Date: 28 October 2023, Student Fair (14:00 - 19:00)
City: São Paulo
Location: Hotel Renaissance, Jardim Paulista, Alameda Santos, 2233 - Jardim Paulista, São Paulo - SP, 01419-002, Brazil
Exhibitor registration deadline: 14 July 2023
The objective of the Study in Europe Fair Brazil (organized in São Paulo) is to enable Brazilian students, academics and other audiences to find out about higher education opportunities in Europe.
Register now to participate in the Study in Europe Fair Brazil and get the opportunity to meet in person with prospective students, young professionals and parents to promote your national Study in [country] brand, your institution and study programmes on this occasion!
Exhibiting at the Fair is open to European higher education institutions and national higher education promotion agencies/embassies from the 33 Erasmus+ programme countries. European University Alliances are also eligible to exhibit at the event: one consortium member can register on behalf the alliance and will be charged with registration fees.
Exhibitor registration deadline: 30/06/2023
Registration fees: 950 EUR (exc. VAT)
What does the fair offer you?
The Study in Europe project aims at introducing students worldwide to study in Europe, to highlight study, research and scholarship opportunities in Europe and to connect European higher education institutions with international students and stakeholders in different parts of the world.
The Study in Europe Fair Brazil will be organised back-to-back with the Study in Europe Fair in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
If you wish to participate in both fairs, please complete the two respective registration forms:
For more information on exhibition requirements, please send a query:
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Brazil: A rising potential for student mobility
Brazilian universities are among the top of Latin America’s universities, (Universidade de São Paulo, USP, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, UNICAMP) with high quality research. 16,467,162 Brazilians were of age to enroll in higher education institutions (HEI) in 2020. Brazilians in international mobility increased to 77% from 2015 to 2020, compared to 32% in the world.
In 2020, 89,151 Brazilian students studied abroad, which represents an increase of 163% since 2010 (33,823). 1.4% of Brazilian students are mobile as of 2020.
The number of students in Brazilian universities almost doubled within ten years, and at the same time, the number of mobile students was multiplied by three, showing an important potential for the development of international mobility towards Europe. According to the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS), five of the top 10 destinations for outgoing mobile students from Brazil in 2020 were located in Europe: Portugal (No.3), followed by Germany (No.6), France (No.7), Spain (No.8), Italy (No.10).
Overview of the fair:
In order to be eligible to exhibit at the Event, institutions must at the time of the event:
A European University Alliance will be treated as one institution (e.g. only one entry in the exhibition leaflet, one listing on the website and in all fair material etc.): one alliance member registers on behalf the alliance and will be charged with registration fees. That HEI will be provided one exhibition space representing the whole alliance (and not the individual HEI), this exhibition space can be shared with representatives of other members (Erasmus+ programme countries) of the Alliance. European University Alliances are requested to nominate a representative who will accept the responsibility and liability of the alliance.
Please note that registration is exclusively done online. Registering is not a guarantee of being allocated an exhibiton space. We will review applications and confirm your registration as soon as possible. For detailed information on the Terms and Conditions, please click here.