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CAPES/DAAD – Probral

Dealine: 20 May 2023 at 5 pm (BRT)/ 10 pm (CEST)

The PROBRAL programme, a cooperation between the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and the Brazilian Federal Agency for Support and Evaluation of Graduate Education (CAPES), has opened a new call.

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EdTech hackathon winning team visits German universities

The winning team of the 2nd German-Brazilian EdTech Hackathon, held in 2023 in São Paulo, received a 2,000 euro travel grant to enable one of its members to travel to Germany. The purpose of the trip was to visit the organising universities - the University of Münster, the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and the Free University of Berlin - as well as their start-up and incubator support and acceleration centres.

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Uni Münster alumni meet in Rio de Janeiro

The city of Rio de Janeiro was chosen to host the seventh edition of the annual Alumni Meeting of the University of Münster in Brazil. The dinner hosted by the Brazilian Centre on December 6, 2023 brought together graduates with the most diverse profiles: from a newly arrived undergraduate exchange student to a professor who did his master's and doctorate at Münster and who maintains strong research and teaching ties at the University.

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Open call of CAPES for 2024 - Brazil Chair at the UM

Applications until 19 February 2024 at 5 pm (BRT)

The Brazil Chair, one of the most important actions to promote cooperation between the University of Münster (UM) and Brazil, funded by CAPES (Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel), is once again open for applications.

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CAPES Brazil Chair 2023

The largest Brazilian funding agency CAPES (Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel) released the results of the call CAPES Brazil Chair 2023.

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Fiocruz representatives visit Münster University

The Brazil Centre was pleased to receive a return visit from the Fiocruz Foundation from Brazil

Prof Dr Stephan Ludwig (Institute of Molecular Virology), who has maintained contacts to Fiocruz for many years and initiated the university-wide partnership with Münster University, organised the visit to WWU with the support of the Brazil Centre.