The Office of International Relations (SINTER) would like to remind students that the Outgoing Program will not be open for applications in the months of December and January. For this reason, students who need UFSC to send their applications to the chosen host institution between 21 December 2019 and 31 January 2020 must apply on the UFSC online application system until 30 November 2019, imperatively.
The Outgoing Program will not manage applications of students who are not registered in the UFSC online application system.
The Call for Applications 2020 will be announced in February.
The Office of International Relations (SINTER) and the Prorectorate for Graduate Studies (PROPG) announce the Call for Applications no. 01/2019/SINTER/PROPG, which presents the rules to apply for a scholarship of the LExS Award Program, intended for UFSC master’s students in the areas of Translation Studies, English Language and Literature, Linguistics, Literature, Philosophy, History, Social Work and International Relations.
The selected student will spend one academic year, from September 2020 to June 2021, at Leiden University (Netherlands) and will be awarded a scholarship worth 11 thousand euros. The program also covers their air ticket expenses.
Applications are open from 13 November to 2 December 2019.
For further information, read the Call for Applications no. 01/2019/SINTER/PROPG.
Target students (exclusively from UFSC): Journalism
Work hours: preferably from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Total hours per week: 20
Remuneration: R$ 364,00 + R$ 132,00 (transportation vouchers) = R$496,00.
Requirements: 2nd semester of studies or beyond, no course failure due to unsatisfactory attendance, fluency in English, excellent writing, organization, responsibility and initiative.
Internship duties: Assist in the management of SINTER’s social media; sort out and announce international opportunities to the university community; assist in the organization and coverage of lectures and events promoted by SINTER; assist the administrative coordinator with SINTER’s management processes.
Students interested must send their CVs to email@example.com.
The applications for the Study Buddy Program – first semester 2020 are open! The Study Buddy Program is a volunteer program in which UFSC students give guidance and assistance to incoming exchange students on how to proceed in their first days in Florianópolis and at UFSC. In return, it provides our regular students the opportunity to get in contact with students from foreign universities and cultures from all over the world.
This is a wonderful opportunity for you to have an exchange experience without going abroad, as well as to practice another language, get to know other cultures and make foreign friends at UFSC!
Deadline for applications is 9 December 2019.
For further information and to fill out the application form, click here.
The Resident Director of the Universities Study Abroad Consortium (USAC), in partnership with the Office of International Relations (SINTER), and in accordance with the Call for Applications of 16 September 2019, announces the results of the selection process for undergraduate students and administrative staff members to participate in the 2019 USAC Scholarship Program.
The applicants of the German Language and Literature Program did not meet the criterion E of item 7.7 of the Call. Therefore, the USAC Resident Director has relocated the scholarship to a student of the French Language and Literature Program, in accordance with item 10.2 of the Call.
USAC will contact each selected students or administrative staff members individually.
On 9 October, at 5:30 p.m., and on 10 October, at 2 p.m., Professor József Baranyi will give a lecture on doctoral study opportunities at the University of Debrecen, in Hungary. The event will take place at the EQA Auditorium 1 on the UFSC Florianópolis Campus. Baranyi will explain about the project funding, the scholarship opportunities, the research topics, and other matters. The thesis topics are: “New, truly interdisciplinary areas, Predictive Food Microbiology and Computational Nutrition“.
On 24 October, Thursday, the Office of International Relations (SINTER) will promote a lecture about studying in France. The lecture will be given by Valentine Jube, of Campus France Brasil, an official French government agency present in more than 110 countries and responsible for the promotion of higher education in France. Master’s and doctoral study and scholarship opportunities will be presented for undergraduate and graduate students. The event will take place at the Mechanical Engineering Auditorium, in the School of Technology, starting at 10:30 a.m. All the academic community is invited to participate.
Click here to view the event folder.
FACEBOOK EVENT: https://www.facebook.com/events/540151086739591/