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Monday, December 5, 2022

Here Is How You Can Study in Brazil free of charge

Yes, you can study in Brazilian public universities free of charge because education is free in Brazil.

Brazil also offers scholarships to students from developing counties and it was created in 1965, the Brazilian government spends $7500 yearly for each international student, so if you are an African and you want to apply for an undergraduate program then you can find more information on the Brazilian embassy website in your country.

The most important requirement is for you to be able to pass the Portuguese language test.

Another option is for you to come to Brazil through another private school and then learn the language for one year, then you can apply and study at any public university for free.

For the private school, you will pay the school fees directly to the school. This also comes with a free airport pickup, student visa, and accommodation for 6 days.

Check out 3 free public universities in brazil:https://www.walkbrazil4k.com/2022/12/3-free-brazilian-universities-for.html?m=1

3 Free Brazilian Universities For International Students

Here are some free universities for international students and let's start with the popular one.

1. University of Sao Paulo (USP) 

The University of Sao Paulo is regarded as the best university in Brazil and is the most cost-effective option for international students due to the fact that accepted students receive a free education. The competition for admission to USP is fierce due to its reputation and affordability; therefore, when submitting an application, be prepared to give your best effort.

2. Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS)

Even international students can take advantage of UFRGS' free tuition because it is a federal institution. However, you should keep in mind that fees apply to housing, food, and other events. You are covered for the tuition, but this is not a full-ride scholarship, so you are responsible for covering living expenses and travel costs. 

3. Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC)

One of the best universities in Brazil and Latin America, UFSC provides free education to its studentsThe UFSC has 50,000 members across its four campuses, of which 30,000 are undergraduates. Because of their friendly atmosphere and accredited teaching.

In Brazil, public universities offer tuition for free, even for international students. It is interesting to note that the majority of Brazil's top universities are public.

So if you want to come here with a student visa, learn and understand the culture and then apply and enter the free university, then we can help you.

Beautiful Indigenous Latin American Ladies Show Off Their Tattoos

We have a lot of indigenous tattoos from Africa, Oceania, and Latin America, which were used to identify themselves in those days. As you can see, these ladies proudly show off their tattoos and represent their culture. What do you think, guys?

Group holds vigil for Pelé in front of hospital in Sao Paulo,Brazil

 Group holds vigil for Pelé in front of hospital in SP; patient treats respiratory infection

According to Albert Einstein Hospital, the King of Football fights an infection with antibiotics and underwent a reassessment of chemotherapy therapy for a colon tumor identified in September 2021.

Dozens of Santos fans gathered this Sunday morning (4) in front of the Albert Einstein Hospital, in the capital of São Paulo. The vigil was called on Saturday (3) by social networks. Pelé, 82 years old, has been hospitalized since Tuesday and had a respiratory infection, according to doctors.

Members of the organization have gathered since 10 am in front of the hospital. With children, flags and images of the player, the group held hands at one point. "Long live the King!" wrote one fan.


Sunday, December 4, 2022

Check Out The Tattoos On This Beautiful Indigenous Brazilian Lady

We have a lot of indigenous Brazilians in Brazil. As you all know, they own the land before the Portuguese did their magic and they have their own language as well, so what do you think about the tattoos?

In Brazil, Big Pastors Advertise Medical Products

In Nigeria and especially in Africa, it would be very hard for you to see a pastor advertising a medical product. Instead, they would give you oil and water to use or even give you stickers for protection while they use bulletproof cars to move around.

The worse part is that many people have died because their pastors told them to stop taking their drugs, this Brazilian pastor is different and he is one of the biggest pastors in Brazil, and look at him here telling people to take their drugs, what do you think guys?

Friday, December 2, 2022

The King Of Soccer Pelé Hospitalized In Sao Paulo, Brazil

Pelé ‘stable’ after being hospitalized in São Paulo

The 82-year-old Brazil legend was admitted to the Albert Einstein Israelite Hospital with ‘general swelling” but doctors said he had ‘full control of his vital functions

Brazilian soccer legend Pelé, who won the FIFA World Cup three times during his playing career, was hospitalized in São Paulo overnight on Tuesday, according to local media outlets. Pelé, 82, has been undergoing treatment after having a tumor removed from his colon last year but his latest hospital admission was not programmed, O Globo reported.

The medical team that treated the former Brazil forward said that he had suffered a general swelling of the body, an edema and cardiac issues, according to ESPN as cited by O Globo. The former player, who is widely considered to be the greatest of all time, underwent a battery of tests after Pelé's wife and a care-giver took the former player to the Albert Einstein Israelite Hospital in São Paulo.

Medical staff at the center who treated Pelé later released a statement saying he had been admitted “to re-evaluate the chemotherapy treatment of the colon tumor identified in September 2021.” The statement, signed by three doctors, added that Pelé has “full control of his vital functions and his condition is stable.”

Pelé's eldest daughter, Kely Nascimento, posted a message on Instagram on Wednesday stating there was no cause for alarm over her father’s health. “He is in the hospital regulating medication,” Nascimento wrote, as reported by Reuters. “There is no emergency or new dire prediction. I will be there for New Years and promise to post some pictures.”

Nascimento, who is attending the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, added that her siblings were visiting Brazil and that she would not be “rushing off to get an airplane.”

In 2019, Pelé was hospitalized due to a urinary tract infection and subsequently underwent surgery to remove kidney stones. He was diagnosed with colon cancer last year and has been receiving regular chemotherapy treatment since the removal of the tumor in September 2021.