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BRASA: Brazilian Student Association

At BRASA, we believe in the transformative power of education. Our mission is to support Brazilian students in achieving their academic and professional dreams, and we need your help to provide scholarships that make these dreams a reality.


BRASA (Brazilian Student Association) is a global network of Brazilian students studying abroad. We are dedicated to fostering a strong community, providing resources, and creating opportunities for our members to excel. Since our founding, we have connected thousands of students through mentorship programs, conferences, and career support initiatives.

Many talented and ambitious Brazilian students face significant financial barriers to accessing quality education abroad. Scholarships provide these students with the opportunity to attend prestigious universities, gain invaluable experiences, and bring their skills and knowledge back to Brazil. By funding scholarships, you are investing in the future leaders of Brazil.

Our scholarship, founded in 2018, is now in its sixth generation. We are proud to help 46 incredible students to continue with their dreams and goals, with 45% of them being women, 42% being people of color and having representatives from all 5 regions of Brazil. 

Student Success Stories

Meet Luiza Vilanova, a BRASA Fellow at Columbia University.

Luiza founded Gotinhas do Bem, a project that was essential for developing socio-emotional skills in public schools through playful themes. The organization impacts more than 8,000 people in 15 states and 7 other countries. With support from BRASA, Luiza was able to finish her Public Policy and Global Health at Columbia University.