About Brazil

Brazil is known for its beautiful nature, people and traditional parties like carnival, but this is also a country of a large variety of higher education institutions, including all kinds of research fields and courses. It has a federal education system, which makes it one of the most organized countries in the world when it comes to superior public education. It’s also a country that loves to receive different people from all over the world, which makes foreign students and tourists always feel welcome. Brazilian people are known around the world for their positivity, strong work ethic, and open communication. All of these traits makes Brazil a great country to visit. Believe me, you will love it!


Brazil has the biggest economy in Latin America and southern hemisphere, and is also is the seventh largest economy in the world. The country is co-founder of United Nations (UN), and is a member of G20, BRICS, Portuguese Language Countries Comunity (CPLP), Latin Union, American States Union, Iber-American States Organization, Mercosul and South America Nations Union.

Multicultural Environment

Brazil is one of the most multicultural countries in the world, having influences from all continents in their music, cuisine and cultural habits in general. 

Brazilian Portuguese

Brazil is the only country in the North American continent to speak Portuguese. Languages without Borders is supporting the country to help people from other countries, including the Spanish language natives, to learn Portuguese and have access to the amazing culture this country has to offer.

Brazilian Culture

From the small towns to the big cities, there is music, art, literature, architecture, and typical gastronomy everywhere.

Beautiful Nature

Brazil is famous for its beautiful landscapes, beaches, mountains, parks, lakes and people.

Exceptional Innovation

Languages without Borders is changing the international relations between Brazil and the rest of the world by offering effective ways of learning, not only English and French but other foreign languages, and by inviting people from all over the world to join Portuguese language learning in this country. This is beginning to change not only the country’s proficiency level, but also the experience that natives have when visiting Brazil for study, work or tourism. Be part of this history and discover one of the best places in the world to live, learn and work.

For more information about Brazil, visit the Government of Brazil’s websites:

Government of Brazil: http://www.brasil.gov.br/
Culture Ministry: http://www.cultura.gov.br/
Tourism Ministry: http://www.turismo.gov.br/
External Relations Ministry: http://www.itamaraty.gov.br/index.php?lang=pt-BR