Study Abroad

Study either in Brazil or in Portugal (usually in the junior year or during the summer) is strongly encouraged as an important part of the concentration. Up to four credits from participation in foreign-study programs can be applied towards the concentration in Portuguese and Brazilian Studies.

Brown Programs

For further information about Study Abroad, including non-Brown programs, consult Study Abroad Advising or Global Programs and Partnerships within the Offfice of Global Engagement (OGE).


In collaboration with university and Portuguese and Brazilian department facutly advisors, students should begin to prepare early for participation in such programs.