Cities and Resorts in Brazil

Cities and Resorts in Brazil

Angra Dos Reis This resort is located southwest of Rio. It is famous for its picturesque coastline and numerous islands off the coast. The resort is popular with celebrities, often featured in Brazilian broadcasts and is very popular with tourists. Jibin123: Provides information for visa application to enter Brazil, as well customs regulations and import restrictions. Beaches In the bay of the resort there are about two thousand beaches for…

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Uruguay Culture

Uruguay Culture

The culture of Uruguay has been formed in the course of its history through the influence of immigrants. Historical events have influenced the creation of the current identity of its population, as well as many of the characteristics that make up its state. The culture of Uruguay is shaped by notorious influences imparted by various aspects. History is one of those important factors that has notoriously influenced the shaping of…

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Federal University of Bahia (Brazil)

Federal University of Bahia (Brazil)

Federal University of Bahia. Most important Brazilian public academic institution in the state of Bahia. It was founded in 1946, although it is considered one of the oldest for being heir to the Bay School of Surgery created in 1808. History The Federal University of Bahia has its beginning on February 18, 1808, when the Prince Regent Don João VI instituted the Bahia School of Surgery. Later they incorporated the…

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National University of Salta (Argentina)

National University of Salta (Argentina)

National University of Salta (UNSa). Public university of Argentina, with headquarters in the City of Salta. Foundation It was founded by law 19,633 of May 11, 1972, as part of the Taquini plan, a program for the reorganization of higher education in Argentina, which would lead to the foundation of Jujuy, La Pampa, Lomas de Zamora, Entre Ríos, Luján, Misiones, Catamarca, San Juan, San Luis and Santiago del Estero. Faculties…

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Brazil Politics and Administration

Brazil Politics and Administration

The new constitution promulgated on September 18, 1946 replaces that of 1937, dictated by President Vargas. Brazil constitutes a federal republic of 20 states, the federal district, as well as the federal territories; the federative imprint is alive in the constitution of 1946 in contrast to the stronger unitary tendency of the constitution of 1937, although with regard to both the constitution and the situation – legal and factual –…

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Argentina Painting

Argentina Painting 2

In painting it is necessary to reach Pietro Prilidiano Pueyrredón (1823-1871) to witness the advent of a national artist of some interest. What preceded his work was imported or produced in the country by foreign artists. In fact, more or less good paintings had not been long in arriving at the nascent colony. The travelers who visited it tell us, such as Azcárate du Biscay, who observes that the most…

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Simón Bolívar University (Venezuela)

Simón Bolívar University (Venezuela)

Universidad Simón Bolívar (USB) is a Venezuelan Public Institution of higher education, which began its work on January 19, 1967 with the careers of Basic Sciences and Technology. Its rector’s office is located at the Sartenejas headquarters, which is located in the Sartenejas valley in the Baruta municipality of Miranda state, and by September 2007, some 9,524 undergraduate students and 2,810 graduate students were studying. The Camurí Grande Headquarters is…

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Christianity

Christianity

Christianity, term for the entirety of the followers of the “Christian” faith going back to Jesus Christ as well as for this faith itself.  The term “Christianity” (Greek: christianismós) appears for the first time in a letter from the Syrian bishop Ignatius of Antioch . According to transporthint, the Christianity is one of the World religions. The term Christianity denotes, on the one hand, the totality of adherents of the…

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Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola Reviews (16)

Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola 16

Peru was the best decision of my life! Thanks to MicroEDU, I became aware of the Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola: one of the three most expensive but also the best universities in Lima. It is characterized by the fact that it places a high emphasis on internationality. Around 100 students from other countries find their way here to the prosperous south of the Peruvian capital each semester. As a…

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Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola Reviews (15)

Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola 15

Even when I was thinking about a semester abroad in the first semester, it was clear to me that I would like to spend a semester in a Spanish-speaking country. I would have liked to have spent a semester abroad in Seville, at the partner university of my FH, but I couldn’t go abroad for the winter semester. So I started looking for a suitable university in the Spanish-speaking area.…

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Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola Reviews (14)

Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola 14

District The USIL is located in the La Molina district and is super easy to reach via the Javier Prado with the Combis. La Molina is one of the richest neighborhoods and when you walk through the residential areas, you can see that too. The absolute tourist areas are Miraflores and Barranco. Most of the clubs and bars are also there if you want to go out. Personally, I liked…

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Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola Reviews (13)

Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola 13

Before the semester At my university in Germany, the fifth semester is planned as a semester abroad. I always wanted to do one and now the only question that had to be answered was whether I would like to travel to an English or Spanish speaking country. I decided to study Spanish, but I also wanted to get out of Europe to get to know something else. So the destination…

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Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola Reviews (11)

Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola 11

It was clear to me that if I would do a semester abroad, it would be in South America. So the first thing I did was get some information from my university in Bochum. In the field of architecture it is rather unusual to do a semester abroad and unfortunately my university doesn’t have many partner universities outside of Europe either. So I couldn’t study in South America with the…

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Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola Reviews (10)

Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola 10

I’m Katharina, 26 years old and I spent my 4th master’s semester at the Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola (USIL) in Lima. First of all, the organization – with MicroEDU it worked really easily and well. I started thinking about my semester abroad in April and arrived in Lima in August. MicroEDU gave me really good advice on all possible destinations and in the end I chose Lima. Even though…

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Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola Reviews (9)

Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola 9

Management strategies This course taught how business value is generated by using a strategic management model to diagnose current business scenarios and how decisions are made in such situations. The management strategy scenarios learned were all discussed using practical examples. The course included topics on the formulation and implementation of specific strategies and the analysis of management tools that contribute to the creation of sustainable competitive advantages. In order to…

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Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola Reviews (8)

Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola 8

First of all, you should think about where you would like to spend your theory semester abroad. For me, the language of the country and the language of instruction were primarily important. Since I’ve always wanted to learn Spanish and at the same time want to attend classes in English, I decided to go to the Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola (USIL) in Lima. Preparation of the stay The actual…

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Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola Reviews (5)

Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola 5

The most important thing first of all: If you are considering doing a semester abroad (and possibly also far away): Do it! The semester in Peru was one of the best and definitely the most exciting half year of my life. And don’t let it fail because of financial worries. I z. B. financed my entire semester abroad from BAföG abroad and for this reason also chose USIL, as fees…

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Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola Reviews (4)

Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola 4

Application When the decision was made to go to Peru, I received an email from MicroEDU with the necessary application documents. The application consists of a few forms in which you can also name course requests, etc., a number of necessary documents such as the certificate of study and the transcript of records and a letter of motivation. When I had finished processing all the documents, my consultant at MicroEDU…

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Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola Reviews (3)

Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola 3

I am studying cultural economics and business administration at the University of Passau and a semester abroad was planned for my fifth semester. I quickly realized that I wanted to improve my language skills in both English and Spanish and that I wanted to do my semester abroad very far away ! So I quickly came across South America and since the winter semester starts there much earlier than in…

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Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola Reviews (2)

Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola 2

There is also the option of using the metro, which has only been open since the beginning of 2012. The metro is a subway that runs from the south to the north of Lima. Unfortunately, this one route is nowhere near enough and you can rarely use it. Peruvian students are sometimes quite jealous of their fellow students from abroad: flat-sharing communities, which are a common and widespread form of…

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Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola Reviews (1)

Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola 1

Why Peru? I have had to answer this question countless times. It was clear to me right from the start that I would like to spend my semester abroad in South America. The reasons for this were the different way of life, the language and the many, distant travel destinations. So I first found out which countries are not too dangerous and have universities that offer English courses. Only Peru…

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Study Life Sciences Abroad

Study Life Sciences Abroad

“Organic” is in. Not only as a seal of quality on food: When it comes to generating alternative energies or developing new drugs, the knowledge of bioscientists is in demand. Life sciences? A whole new field of research and science has emerged under this heading . With regard to the newly created courses of study such as biochemistry , biotechnology , bioinformatics , biomedicine or neuroscience , a simple biology…

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Study Bioinformatics Abroad

Study Bioinformatics Abroad

Scientific progress without information technology seems unthinkable today. Current research in the fields of biology , biochemistry and biotechnology generates incredibly large amounts of data. Their evaluation can only be done with the help of special computer programs. What do bioinformaticians do? Bioinformaticians work at this interface between biology and computer science . You design databases and algorithms to manage and process data. Thanks to their work, it became possible,…

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Exchange Study in Uruguay

Uruguay

The recipe for South America is simple. Start with the joy of life and hospitality. Then add a mix of modern cities and relics from the Inca Empire. Sprinkle with fascinating wildlife and unique scenery. Then you have a bit of what a stay as an exchange student in Uruguay gives you. As a country that begins with letter U according to Trackaah, Uruguay is located between Argentina and Brazil…

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