Welcome to the Brazil Centre!

At Münster University we offer comprehensive advice and support on exchange issues and cooperation activities with Brazil. Via our Liaison Office in São Paulo, we promote the university in Brazil and provide advice to those Brazilians interested in study and research opportunities at our university. Thereby, we continuously expand and enhance our networks and partnerships and at the same time increase the visibility of the Münster University through a wide range of marketing and communication activities. Last but not least, we devise strategies and incentives to strengthen the academic and scientific collaborations with Brazil and making significant contributions to the internationalization of the University of Münster. For further informations click here.

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Research collaboration in medicine: Delegations from São Paulo visit the University of Münster as part of the FAPESP-SPRINT and PROBRAL projects

During the week of the 24th of June, the University of Münster was delighted to welcome three delegation groups from various Brazilian institutions, including the University of São Paulo (USP), the Butantan Institute, the Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP), the São Paulo State University (UNESP) and the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG).

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Vacancies for postdocs and senior fellows in Münster

The postdoctoral programme "Migration, Diaspora, Citizenship" (MDC) is an initiative of the University of Münster funded by the Marie Skłodowska-Curie funding line of the European Union. It calls for applications from researchers from the social sciences and humanities with a strong interdisciplinary profile to join their programme.

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Selected projects as part of the SPRINT FAPESP-Uni Münster call for proposals

The results of the last call for proposals of joint projects (3/2023) with the Brazilian state agency FAPESP (Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado de São Paulo) as part of the FAPESP/SPRINT-Uni Münster funding programme are now announced. Two projects have been selected to promote cooperation between researchers from the University of Münster and the state of São Paulo.