There are many students from Brazil, however over 700 Brazilians living and studying in London to take advantage of their highly rated universities, the fantastic selection of courses and the opportunity to live in an exciting global and cosmopolitan city.
Almost half of all Brazilian students choose to study in London when deciding where to study in the UK. The most popular courses for Brazilian students in London are business studies, law, design and business administration. More than 70 percent of Brazilian students take postgraduate courses.
Admission Requirements for Brazilian Students
You can usually apply for an undergraduate degree if you have one of the following:
- classification in an entrance exam
- High School Technician Diploma
- High School Certificate of Completion (upper average (MS) or better (SS))
- High School Certificate with a minimum grade of 7
- Good, Very Good, Excellent (grades A or B)
- ENEM (National High School Exam) with a minimum grade of 55 percent
Brazilian students with lower grades in the High School Certificate of Achievement and High School Diploma may be considered for admission to undergraduate foundation degrees. Remember, you will need to contact the university you have chosen to discuss admission requirements for your course.
To do a Masters Degree in UK you must have a Bachelor's degree, Bachelor or equivalent degree from a recognized institution in Brazil. You will usually be asked to have a minimum average grade of approximately 60-75 percent. To do a PhD usually requires a 2: 1 Masters Degree from a recognized UK university or a Masters Degree from a recognized Brazilian university.
Remember, admission requirements differ depending on the university and course you choose. You should always check the exact admission requirements with our team whilst selecting of the university. You will also need the correct level of English language and meet all UK Level 4 Student Visa requirements.
Science Without Borders Program Grants
There are several London universities that offer Science Without Borders Scholarships for Brazilian students who want to study in the UK.