EUBrazil Startup is an Erasmus Mundus External Cooperation Window project financed by the European Commission.
EUBrazil Startup started in 2009 and ended in July 2013.
The project was managed by a Partnership of Universities including 11 Brazilian Universities and 8 European Universities and was coordinated by Politecnico di Torino (Italy).
EUBrazil Startup offered to students, researchers and staff from Brazil the opportunity to study, do research or teach in Europe for periods of different duration. Europeans had the same opportunities in Brazil.
All mobilities within the programme were successfully completed. 170 individuals from a broad range of academic areas and levels (124 from Brazil and 46 from Europe) benefited from the opportunity to broaden their perspective by studying, teaching or doing research in another part of the world.
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The EUBrazil Startup project finished on 14 July 2013. All scholarships available were awarded
The Universidade Estadual de Campinas published on its joirnal an interesting article about the research carried out by Luca D'Acci, a researcher from Politecnico di Torino who visited UNICAMP with a post-doc EUBrazil Startup scholarship in 2010-11. UNICAMP article (4.26 MB)