Brazilian agency Time2 Travel has cited financial difficulties for its sudden closure, meaning many of its customers will not travel despite having paid, and impacting students staying in residences it operated in Ireland.
Australian study specialist Go Study Australia has entered the Chilean market, after announcing that it opened an international office in Santiago. The move represents part of a broader strategy of expanding into the Latin America market.
London School of Business and Finance has signed a MoU with Trevisan – Escola de Negocios, a business school based in Brazil to bring programs to Trevisan’s students through online and on-campus delivery.
A growing interest in studying abroad, ease of obtaining a visa and the absence of a language barrier have led to a boom of Brazilian students in Portuguese universities – with educators recording a 540% rise in Brazilian students over the last decade.