20 HBCUs Hosting Study Abroad Students From Brazil

images-1A group of historically Black colleges and universities will welcome 150 students from Brazil this fall. The study abroad program is part of the HBCU-Brazil Alliance, a program created to increase the number of minority students in STEM fields.

More than 20 HBCUs will host the Brazilian students who will live on campus and study in undergraduate STEM programs. All tuition, fees, and room and board will be paid by the Brazilian government. Over the next several years, the goals is to bring 1,000 Brazilian students to the participating HBCUs.

The group of HBCUs participating in the project are:

  • Alcorn State University
  • Delaware State University
  • Dillard University
  • Fisk University
  • Florida A&M University
  • Hampton University
  • Howard University
  • Jackson State University
  • Johnson C. Smith University
  • Lincoln University
  • Morehouse College
  • Morgan State University
  • North Carolina A&T State University
  • Savannah State University
  • South Carolina State University
  • Southern University
  • Spelman College
  • Tennessee State University
  • University of the District of Columbia
  • Virginia State University
  • Xavier University of Louisiana

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