Brazil remains one of the world’s largest international student source countries with over 40,000 Brazilian tertiary students studying abroad annually, and many more enrolled in language or secondary programs. Despite reported political unrest and economic difficulties, the Brazilian Real appreciated against the US Dollar more than any other currency from March 2016 to February 2017, making studying abroad even more affordable. Combined with a deeply-rooted tradition for overseas study, and an unwavering passion and curiosity for all things international, the Brazilian market remains one of the most sought after for foreign universities.
FPP has been organizing Student Fairs in Brazil semi-annually since 2001. These Fairs have grown to become the largest in terms of exhibitor numbers and cities visited per year, and are renowned for attracting high-quality students. FPP’s events in Brazil are now the only students fairs supported by BELTA, (Brazilian Educational & Language Travel Association). In addition, EduCanada and Education New Zealand continue to entrust FPP to organize their official Brazil Fairs.

Brazil / EDUEXPOS

September 26 - October 06, 2020

Register for 4 cities and receive a 5th city free
Register for 6 cities and receive a 7th & 8th free
Register for 9 cities and receive a 10th & 11th & 12th free
*You can select cities from any tour to complete your package within the semester. Free cities will be those priced at the lowest rate out of all selected cities.

Register
Location Date Early Bird Rate Standard Rate
Porto Alegre September, 26 USD 2,250 USD 2,500 FPP Edu Media info about Porto Alegre
Belo Horizonte September, 27 USD 2,250 USD 2,500 FPP Edu Media info about Belo Horizonte
Brasília September, 29 USD 2,250 USD 2,500 FPP Edu Media info about Brasília
Rio de Janeiro October, 01 USD 2,700 USD 3,000 FPP Edu Media info about Rio de Janeiro
São Paulo October 3 & 4 USD 3,780 USD 4,200 FPP Edu Media info about São Paulo
Recife October, 06 USD 2,250 USD 2,500 FPP Edu Media info about Recife
Porto Alegre is the capital city of Rio Grande do Sul, the southernmost Brazilian state which shares borders with Argentina and Uruguay. Porto Alegre is one of the most important cultural, economic and political centres of Brazil.
Belo Horizonte was Brazil’s first planned city, and is now the 6th most populous in the country. It’s been judged as offering the best quality of life in Latin America, and ranked in the top 10 cities in Latin America to conduct business. It is the capital and commercial centre of Minas Gerais, with high activity in banking, commerce and administration.
Brasilia is a planned city and the capital of Brazil. It is one of the newest capital cities in the world and is also a UNESCO World Heritage site. Strong service sectors including communications, banking and finance reflect the city’s status as a governmental centre. Brasilia is a fast growing city and has a population of almost 3 million.
Rio de Janeiro is the most visited city in the entire Southern Hemisphere and is regarded as one of the world’s most beautiful urban centres. The city is the second largest in Brazil, and the third largest in the whole of South America.
Sao Paulo is the capital city of the state of São Paulo, and is the main financial centre of Brazil. The city is not only the largest in Brazil but also the largest in all of South America, and has one of the top 10 largest metropolitan areas in the world. São Paulo is a global city with strong influences in commerce, finance, entertainment and the arts.
Recife is the capital city of the state of Pernambuco in North-eastern Brazil, and is the centre of an area, which includes several industrial towns. The city has been called the ‘Venice of Brazil’ owing to the large number of waterways and numerous bridges that connect the city.
Rates & Available Discounts

Multi-city Discount

Register for 4 cities and receive a 5th city free
Register for 6 cities and receive a 7th & 8th free
Register for 9 cities and receive a 10th & 11th & 12th free

*You can select cities from any tour to complete your package within the semester. Free cities will be those priced at the lowest rate out of all selected cities.

Registration Deadlines

Early Bird Rate: To June, 15
Standard Rate: From June, 16

Optional Fees

Translator/Stand Assistant
USD 150 per day of fair

Sponsorship of the student registration confirmation email (logo and link). Available for up to three sponsors.

Sponsorship of the student badge (logo, image, name). Available for one exclusive sponsor.

What is included in the price?
  • Listing and logo on E-newsletter sent to all registered students. (USD 350 value)
  • Exhibitor Profile on the EDUEXPO Website where students register.
  • Software application that enables you to immediately scan and save student information.
  • Fully-integrated online student lead management.
  • FPP-POINTS, earn reward points on every fair you join, you can redeem points for FPP services.

Brazil by the numbers

Statistics from September/October 2019 fairs.

* More than one choice is allowed

Age of visitors:

40 + 14.30
31 - 40 14.80
24 - 30 27.30
19 - 23 22.80
16 - 18 14.50
< 16 6.20

Gender

Male 48.40
Female 51.60

Number of visitors:

Rio de Janeiro - Copacabana 533
Rio de Janeiro - Barra 367
São Paulo 3,307
Porto Alegre 1,201
Curitiba 828
Brasília 1,577
Recife 1,048
Campinas 519
TOTAL: 9,380

Top 10 courses of Interest: *

Language Programs 59.80
Certificate Diploma Courses 28.70
Masters 28.40
MBA 26.60
Associates 26.40
Vocationalcareer Technical Programs 26.30
Bachelors 25.90
Extension Programs 25.90
PHD 25.40
Executive Programs 24.60

Where students want to study? *

Canada 68%
United States 50%
Australia 28%
United Kingdom 25%
Ireland 20%
Portugal 19%
France 19%
Germany 18%
New Zealand 17%
Spain 17%
Netherlands 14%
Italy 14%
Switzerland 12%
Eswatini 12%
Sweden 10%

Why Recruit in ?

Brazil remains one of the world’s largest international student source countries with over 40,000 Brazilian tertiary students studying abroad annually, and many more enrolled in language or secondary programs. Despite reported political unrest and economic difficulties, the Brazilian Real appreciated against the US Dollar more than any other currency from March 2016 to February 2017, making studying abroad even more affordable. Combined with a deeply-rooted tradition for overseas study, and an unwavering passion and curiosity for all things international, the Brazilian market remains one of the most sought after for foreign universities.

Recently, the Brazilian government introduced a set of measures to improve the country’s educational performance, including directing 10% of the country’s GDP to education. Further the number of students attending private schools has increased dramatically, as parents ensure that their child is receiving a high level of education, learning in small classes with better facilities.

Why are Brazilians going abroad?

Although Brazil boasts 11 of the top 30 universities in the entire region, a relatively small proportion of Brazilian students have access to quality higher education. This is partially due to the number of public universities not meeting demand, with now over 70% of students in post-secondary education enrolled at private institutions. Brazilian students are well-aware that the best chances of furthering their education are more likely to be found abroad.

Studying abroad and international travel are as much a part of the Brazilian culture as samba or the sport of futebol. With Brazil very prominent on the global stage following the hosting of the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympics, the desire and intention for Brazilian students to study and travel abroad is stronger than ever before.

Porto Alegre

Porto Alegre is the capital city of Rio Grande do Sul, the southernmost Brazilian state which shares borders with Argentina and Uruguay. Porto Alegre is one of the most important cultural, economic and political centres of Brazil.

Belo Horizonte

Belo Horizonte was Brazil’s first planned city, and is now the 6th most populous in the country. It’s been judged as offering the best quality of life in Latin America, and ranked in the top 10 cities in Latin America to conduct business. It is the capital and commercial centre of Minas Gerais, with high activity in banking, commerce and administration.

Brasília

Brasilia is a planned city and the capital of Brazil. It is one of the newest capital cities in the world and is also a UNESCO World Heritage site. Strong service sectors including communications, banking and finance reflect the city’s status as a governmental centre. Brasilia is a fast growing city and has a population of almost 3 million.

Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro is the most visited city in the entire Southern Hemisphere and is regarded as one of the world’s most beautiful urban centres. The city is the second largest in Brazil, and the third largest in the whole of South America.

São Paulo

Sao Paulo is the capital city of the state of São Paulo, and is the main financial centre of Brazil. The city is not only the largest in Brazil but also the largest in all of South America, and has one of the top 10 largest metropolitan areas in the world. São Paulo is a global city with strong influences in commerce, finance, entertainment and the arts.

Recife

Recife is the capital city of the state of Pernambuco in North-eastern Brazil, and is the centre of an area, which includes several industrial towns. The city has been called the ‘Venice of Brazil’ owing to the large number of waterways and numerous bridges that connect the city.

"FPP is not only the best education fair organizer, but is also an important strategic partner for us. They clearly prioritise customer satisfaction and since we first met them 12 years ago, they have constantly outdone themselves in organizing and managing education fairs.
Since 2014 we have been hiring FPP to organize our own event - AC EXPO - the largest education fair in Brazil for students willing to go to Australian and New Zealand. It has been a real pleasure to work with them and the results have been incontestable. I have no doubt that education providers may accomplish very good ROI after an FPP fair."

Vinicius Barreto
Australian Centre (Brazil, Colombia, Australia)

"We have been working with FPP for 8 years. It has been really good working with them, the organisation and quality of students is very good. We recommend FPP and EDUEXPOS."

Vitor Meneghetti
Hello Study (Brazil & Australia)

"We’ve been doing FPP for the past four and a half years, because of the quality of students. The number of applications that are converting are really good. It is part of our marketing plan every year now."

Felipe Rivera
Australian Option (Australia, Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela, China)