Internationalization opens the university’s doors to the world. PUCPR believes it is necessary to go beyond borders to ensure that global knowledge, research, and human development are accessible to all.
PUCPR has academic cooperation agreements with over 280 partner universities from more than 25 countries in all continents, which provides students and faculty members from a variety of institutions to acquire a Brazilian academic experience.
PUCPR is the leading Brazilian institution in offering undergraduate classes entirely in English to both international and local university community. The program is based on the concept of English as Medium of Instruction (EMI) and includes options of courses in other languages as well. Learn more.
An initiative developed by PUCPR alumni participants of PUCPR exchange programs that aims at assisting international students in their cultural and social adjustment at PUCPR during their exchange program. The match happens after the student is admitted and through our system.
The pioneering program in which the students start their undergraduate studies in Brazil and do the last two or three years in the United States, with the possibility of a double degree. A partnership between PUCPR and Kent State University (Ohio-USA) that brings to Brazil the most innovative program in Latin America. Learn more.
Research opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students. The Undergraduate Research Program is designed to introduce students to the scientific research environment, while the PIBIC Master is focused on talented senior students interested in pursuing a master’s degree at PUCPR. Learn more.
Double Degree Programs
PUCPR offers an expanding number of double-degree opportunities at both undergraduate and graduate levels with institutions in countries such as Italy, Spain, and France in many academic areas. Learn more.
For both inbound and outbound community, developed in specific academic areas of interest through collaboration with partner institutions. Further information at [email protected]
Language & Culture Program
It is offered twice a year, during the winter and summer terms with duration of 3 weeks with Intensive Portuguese Training and cultural activities. Learn more.
Internationalizing higher education is no longer an option, but rather a necessity for every university committed to the quality of teaching, research, and extended learning. The great modern challenges of society, while having a local impact, are of global scale – energy, sustainability, cities, health, human rights, among others – and therefore, their solutions depend on the development of leaders with global vision and presence.
PUCPR decided to take on this task when it chose internationalization as an institutional priority. In this scenario, the Rectory, through the Pro-Rectory for Research, Graduate Programs and Innovation, and the Office for Internationalization has created a proposal for the internationalization of the University for the period from 2016 to 2022 (revised in 2018).
In summary, the PUCPR Strategic Plan for Internationalization 2016-2022 (revised in 2018) is organized in two broader axes, each one with three guidelines:
– Guideline 3 of InPUC – Professionalizing the process of International Partnerships Management
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