Summer I

21st Century Brazil

 21st Century Brazil- An Interpretive Study of the Cultural Layers of a Globalizing Nation: Examining the Aftermath of the 2014 World Cup for the Brazilian Society as well as the Public and Private Sectors in the Context of Portuguese Language, Brazilian Culture and Experiential Learning.

Summer 1 



Destination: Belo Horizonte, Rio de Janeiro, Ouro Preto, Tiradentes, Sao Joao Del-Rey, other local cities. 

Housing: In Belo Horizonte students will stay in double Hotel rooms. Student’s accommodations in Belo Horizonte feature apart hotel rooms with: bedroom with double beds, kitchen/bar integrated and individual bathroom in each double room ( you will be sharing a bathroom with your roommate) – you can select your roommates.  A continental all-you-can eat buffet breakfast with fresh delicious options including local favorites breads, eggs, selection of teas, coffee, fresh fruit and juices is included in this program.

Amenities: Amenities include a pleasant leisure area, near the hotel restaurant, with pool and sauna, and a fitness area outdoors in front of the pool. In addition, your accommodations feature:  LCD TV, Cable TV, Safe, Radio, Direct dial telephone, fitted kitchen with appliances in each suite, Minibar, Bathroom, Wireless Internet, Balcony, Hairdryer, daily housekeeping service, , air conditioning rooms, direct dial telephone, wake-up call, closet, bathroom with shower towels, bath amenities, and 24/7 security key. The hotel is walking distance to the Liberty Palace, ICBEU and UNA University.  In Rio de Janeiro, students will stay at the Military Hotel Club waking distance to the Lagoon.



Summer 2 

The Brazilian Coast Dialogue

 A Study Of the Portuguese Language And The Cultural Layers Of An Up-And- Coming Northeast State In Brazil: Perspectives Of Economic Development And Environmental Sustainability Of a Paradise Cultural Hub.

Summer 2



Destination: The city of Maceio is the capital and the largest city of the coastal state Alagoas in Brazil. Located in the northeast coast of Brazil, Maceio stands out for its lush, well-preserved beauty and its rich northeastern culture. Surrounded by coconut palms, mangroves and the beautiful sea, the city strives to preserve its environment while welcoming sustainable economic development.  With approximately one million inhabitants, Maceio is one of the most beautiful environmental centers in Brazil. The entire coastline presents a showcase of palm trees that give a magical touch to the stunning scenery. Some of the beaches are still primitive, sometimes green and sometimes blue, to the delight of the human eye.

As the capital of Alagoas, Maceio has a privileged location. With 15 beaches, Maceio stands out in the national and international scenery not only by the lush beauty of its beaches, the reefs forming natural pools, and the multitude of palm trees complete the idyllic setting, but also by its efforts to preserve and maintain the environment.

The city began as an old sugar mill and plantation complex around the 19th century. Its development started with the arrival of ships taking wood from Jaraguá Bay. Maceió is a port city and due to its port development, about 200 years ago it changed from a village into a city. 

In addition, each student will receive a pre-paid cell phone.


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