Selecting colleges in South America for Arts, law, language and teaching

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South America is culturally, ethnically and racially diverse, hosting cultures originated at traditions of the Indigenous peoples of the Americas as well as immigrants from mostly Europe, Africa and Asia, as well as its own innovations and cultural contact with its neighbor North America. Given a history of colonialism, most South Americans speak Portuguese or Spanish, and societies and states commonly reflect Western traditions. As you may expect, many things are available for much cheaper than you would be able to find them at home. Prices of basics are very affordable for students, which leaves you with a bigger budget to travel and see sights.

List of colleges for Arts, Law, Languages and Teaching

  1.        Buenos Aires Institute of Technology
  2.        National University of La Plata
  3.        National University of Cordoba
  4.        National University of Rosario
  5.        Northeast National University
  6.        National University of Mar del Plata
  7.        National University of Cuyo
  8.        University of Sao Paulo
  9.        University of Antioquia
  10.        Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
  11.        University of Brasilia
  12.        Federal University of Santa Catarina
  13.        Federal University of Minas Gerais
  14.        State University of Campinas
  15.        National University of Colombia
  16.        University of Andes
  17.        Javeriana University

 

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