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Brazilian Literature

Brazilian Literature

Brazilian literature, term for Latin American literature in the Portuguese language. Until the 18th century The period of complete cultural dependence on Portugal lasted until around 1750. The first literarily significant authors in the 16th century included the Jesuit father J. de Anchieta and Bento Teixeira (* 1545, † 1618) with his lyrical representation of nature “Prosopopeia” (1601). The cultural center until the middle of the 18th century was the then capital Bahia. The Gongorism represented here inter alia. Gregório…

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Study System in Brazil

Study System in Brazil

Brazil occupies about half of the South American continent . As big and wide as the country, so diverse are its charms. Brazil is best known for its dream beaches, the rainforest and the Carnival in Rio de Janeiro. Brazil is a football nation: Brazilians worship their national team, the Seleção, with almost religious devotion. During your studies in Brazil you will find out: The Brazilians are very open, hospitable and cheerful. Their temperament seems to match the warm temperatures…

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Study in Brazil

Study in Brazil

Studying in Brazil: requirements One of the basic requirements for accepting German applicants for a first degree in Argentina is a German university entrance qualification such as the Abitur . The State Education Council ( Conselho Estadual de Educação ) is responsible for recognition. The application is submitted by the respective Brazilian university. However, this is not yet sufficient: for foreign applicants, too, it is mandatory to take off the aforementioned vestibular . In terms of its requirements, this aptitude…

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Brazil Children and School

Brazil Children and School

School in Brazil In Brazil, a country located in South America according to localtimezone, children start school when they are six. They then go to primary school together for nine years. Compulsory schooling ends at the age of 14. Those who want to continue to school attend secondary school for three years. It can either be general education, then you can study at the university, or vocational education – then the students are more prepared for the profession. If you…

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