St Mary's University warmly welcomes students from Brazil.
St Mary's has a lively and diverse student community, with students from over 100 countries outside the UK representing approximately 10% of its 6,000 students.
Below you will find lots of useful information for Brazilian applicants, but if you still have more questions, please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Undergraduate academic requirements
Applicants who have completed the Certificado de Conclusão de Ensino Médio are required to complete an International Foundation programme, IB or A Levels prior to being admitted to an undergraduate course at St Mary's University.
Students who have completed the first year of a Brazilian university degree programme will normally be accepted for undergraduate entry.
Postgraduate academic requirements
Completion of a Titulo de Bacharel, Licenciado/Licenciatura or Título Profissional from a recognised university.
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English language requirements
If English is not your first language you will be required to evidence your English language ability required for academic study. Please see our English Language Requirements page for our standard entry requirements.
Marina Izidro (MA Sports Journalism, 2013)
Renata Luchini Paes Da Silva (MA Bioethics and Medical Law, 2018)
Deciding to move abroad to pursue a higher degree in a different language is certainly challenging, but since I came to St Mary’s I’ve felt at home.
The University is amazing in many different aspects: the campus structure, atmosphere, resources, support departments and staff. All the staff are so thoughtful and accessible, including the lecturers who care about you as a student and not just as a number.
I chose to study in the UK not only because of the quality level of education but also for the particular developments in my study field. St Mary’s programme completely matches what I was aiming to specialize in and I specially highlight the course content which is astonishing and intrigues you to go deeper in each subject.
Even when I don’t have lectures it’s possible to go to the gym, to the library or attend one of the events the University constantly offers. I also hang out near the campus where I can find cafés, pubs, a cinema and shops, always exploring this new culture.
Brazilian students who are offered a place to study at St Mary’s will automatically be considered for one of St Mary's International Student Scholarships – these are available to new, full-time undergraduate and postgraduate taught degree students in any subject area.
For undergraduate applicants, the scholarship is worth up-to £3000 off the cost of your first year tuition fee. For postgraduate applicants the scholarship is worth up-to £3000 off the total cost of your tuition fee.
St Mary's has over 40 active partnerships with higher education institutions around the world. In Brazil, we have agreements with:
Meet us in Brazil
St Mary's staff visit Brazil to attend fairs, visit schools and meet potential students. Please see our travel calendar for when we will next be visiting a city near you.
Meanwhile, if you have any queries, please do not hesitate to email email@example.com.
The local community
The Students' Union
You are welcomed as a member of our thriving Students' Union as soon as you arrive at St Mary's and there are lots of opportunities to get involved.
There is a wide range of societies clubs and societies for you to join and a full list can be found within the Students' Union section.
In the local area
There are many organisations in and around London that bring together the members of the local Brazilian community through social events, sports and cultural activities – you can find many of these listed on the Brazilian Embassy website, which also has details of Brazilian cultural events around the UK and Brazilian bars, clubs and restaurants.
Braziliarty is a social enterprise (CIC) committed to promote Brazilian arts and culture around Europe, and the Latinos in London website lists lots of Latin American events in and around central London.