Do you want to study in the U.S., but don’t know how? Come to the EducationUSA Fair

Information on undergraduate, graduate, master, and doctorate programs and English courses at a single place. Admission is free.


The U.S. Mission in Brazil, together with the Department of State’s EducationUSA and partner institutions in Rio de Janeiro, Brasília, and São Paulo, will host the 14th EducationUSA Fair in Brazil for Brazilians interested in studying in the United States.  More than 38 U.S. universities will have representatives at the Fair to provide detailed information on undergraduate, graduate, master, doctorate degree programs, and English courses in the U.S.  The fairs are free and open to the public.

The university representatives will be able to provide information about admission processes and requirements, costs and financing, and scholarship opportunities.  There will also be presentations about the U.S. educational system and procedures for obtaining student visas.  For more information on the EducationUSA Fairs in Brazil and to register free of charge, go to the EducationUSA website:

Rio de Janeiro Brasília São Paulo

September 21

Windsor Atlântica
Av. Atlântica, 1020

From 5p.m. to 9p.m.

September 24

Centro de Eventos Brasil 21
SHS Qd-6 (next to the TV Tower)

From 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

September 26

Hotel Intercontinental
Al. Santos, 1123

From 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

 Number of universities taking part in each city
39 universities 28 universities 38 universities

About EducationUSA:

EducationUSA, with its global network of over 400 advising centers, is the US Government office responsible for providing information on study in the United States.  In Brazil, EducationUSA has 32 offices throughout Brazil, including “American Spaces – binational centers,” universities, and non-profit organizations.  The mission of EducationUSA is to facilitate free access to information on study opportunities in the U.S.

Find the closest location by visiting the website:

Watch EducationUSA promotional video: v=d7GEh0DOj9U.

For more information on this media note contact the Press Office of the U.S. Embassy in Brasília by email ( or call (61) 3312-7367 / 7350 / 7364.