The U.S. Educational institution will be present at Science Days to share study opportunities in the USA
Studying abroad is the desire of more than 50 thousand Brazilian university students. The data is from the 2019 Selo Belta survey, and points to a growth of approximately 38% in demand for admission to colleges outside the country.
Being bilingual, doing an extracurricular activity, playing sports, or participating in volunteer work. When applying for a scholarship at an American educational institution, several factors can help facilitate the process. But where to start? To share helpful knowledge, Full Sail University is taking part in Science Days Brazil.
The institution's goal is to share with students participating in the event useful information to start the application process for graduation in the United States. “Our expectation with the Science Days partnership is to be able to talk more about our degrees in technology. Today we offer more than 140 different programs”, explained the director of community outreach at Full Sail, Carla Olival.
Certifications, bachelors and postgraduate degrees. Among the variety of courses offered by the University, Brazilian students who choose to enroll at the institution will be able to choose to have in person or virtual classes. The professional pointed out that “we want to share our expertise with students to see technology as a tool for artistic and innovative projects”.
Interested students may contact a representative of the organization during the days of the event to ask questions about the courses offered and how the institution's admission process works. Full Sail will be present in Science Days during the month of March in Sorocaba (14th and 15th) and São José dos Campos (17th and 18th).
For more information about this edition of Science Days, follow Science Days’ Instagram profile @ScienceDaysOficial
To apply for programs offered by Full Sail University, please go to: https://apply.fullsail.edu/
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- Luma Keily
In 2021, the Guardians of Nature team carried out a project inspired by the benefits of organic gardens
Nature's guardians. This is the name of the team made up of Professor Ana Carolina, her family and three of her children's colleagues who, together, developed a soil moisture sensor for proper and automatic irrigation of vegetables. The proposal was to think of a simple form of domestic cultivation that focused on reusing disposable materials and saving water.
To achieve promising results, the group carried out a division of functions, where each member helped within their area of expertise. “The younger ones were responsible for choosing the container (...), the older ones, along with my husband and I, were responsible for idealizing what should be controlled (...) and Pedro Henrique was responsible for programming and system automation”, explained the mentor.
Green aisles, no-till and compost. Inspired by sustainable actions that are already in practice in the country, the team intends, in the future, to incorporate a control of exposure to the sun into the project. The idea is to solve problems by learning new technologies. “The expectation is that children can (...) share their ideas, (...) motivating themselves more and more to study”, said the mentor, who said she was looking forward to this year's in-person edition of Science Days, in March.
“We are proud to be part of a project that inspires so many young people to use their creativity to change the world! We believe that together we can show that it doesn't take much to make a positive impact on our society. All you need is willpower, unity and passion for what you do” – Jefferson Michaelis
Special thanks to FACENS that, once again and in an innovative way, offered us help and support for SDC in Sorocaba. We´re happy to see that this partnership is creating beautiful fruits to the next generations of great scientists and space explorers!
For more information about this Science Days edition, please follow Instagram for more updates: @sciencedaysoficial
- Luma Keily
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