The University Sao Paulo has some 70% scholarships available (leaving the cost to students at around US$ 1,350 in tuition fees) to the Agribusiness in Brazil and the Survival Portuguese programs in São Paulo, hosted in partnership with UNIP - Universidade Paulista, the largest university in Brazil. Every year International Business School Americas hosts over 1,500 students as they travel to our partner Universities’ campuses to study and experience international business with like-minded colleagues from around the globe.

The short-term, intensive business certificate programs are taught entirely in English. All are run during the holidays, in January and August in order to coincide with the traditional breaks of your home university.

Enrollment for the following multicultural programs, along with extensive travel preparation and in-country support, is now open in São Paulo, the most important business hub in South America:

Executive Level Program:
Examine the tools, systems, and processes, as well as the extremely advanced R&D, technologies, and innovations of the major players in Brazilian Agribusiness. Explore the unique opportunities and challenges presented by the Brazilian market. Apply concepts learned to problems of Food Security, Safety, Logistics, Marketing, and Branding faced by contemporary Brazilian Agribusinesses.
Learn basic Portuguese with the opportunity to practice during the daily situations you encounter over your stay.
Together with guest speakers and company visits, students will gain knowledge about how to do business in Brazil and other emerging markets, as well as about the global power of Brazilian agribusiness. Programs are offered 2 times a year, as follows:

January: 2 weeks
August: 3 weeks

 This is a great opportunity to explore Brazil, one of the newest economic world powers, while exploring new academic and professional horizons. Our last groups were composed of students from more than thirty-five different countries. You may also visit our YouTube channel  to watch testimonials from our students from the previous session of the program.

If you are interested, please reach out to admissions officer Franklin Meirelles (, for more information, not later than March 26th of 2017.