Unipampa’s students abroad – OUTGOING
Our students can request for a period to study in a university from another country, since the chosen institution maintains a valid agreement with Unipampa. This modality does not allow financial support or any kind of scholarship funded by Unipampa. Check our international agreements here
FOREIGNER STUDENT AT UNIPAMPA – INCOMING
The student from a different country, regularly enrolled in a higher education institution which Unipampa maintains a valid agreement with, is able to request for a period to study at Unipampa (maximum 2 semesters).
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“When I got the confirmation that I would come to Brazil, it made me very happy, because I would learn a new language. But the best experience was sharing with people that helped me since the very beginning how to learn about myself. It was also important to look for activities for the free time, in order to get in contact with the culture. I am really grateful with Unipampa for the support during the interchange.”
Luisa Fernanda Cely Vargas is a student at Universidad Santo Tomas Tunja, Colombia. She came to the International Relations undergraduate course, Campus Santana do Livramento. 2015/2.
“In the six months I’ve spent in Brazil, I had the opportunity to share with great people, who have left a beautiful mark in both my professional and personal lives. I will for sure come back. You can’t imagine how much I miss being in Brazil! I am really thankful to BRACOL program, along with Unipampa and Santoto, for all the support, and also to my colleagues and professors. Cheers to Brazil and Colombia!”
Joan Sebastian Ordoñez Perez is a student at Universidad Santo Tomas, Colombia. He came to the International Relations undergraduate course, Campus Santana do Livramento. 2015/2.
“This interchange was an incomparable experience. It has given me the opportunity to get in touch with a language and a culture different from mine. This experience gave me a wider view of the world. I advise other students to take the opportunity whenever it comes. It’s a life changing experience.”
Edna Montserrat Bazaldua is a student at Universidad Autonoma de Taumalipas, Mexico. She came to the International Relations undergraduate course, Campus Santana do Livramento. 2014/1.