FIA Executive MBA Brazil


We were the first course in Brazil to include China as part of our MBAs among the destinations offered to our students in their international seminars since 2005! Our trips promote the market knowledge of one of the countries that most influence the world’s economy through lectures and classes on economics, management and business and making visits to companies and tourist spots full of culture. In 2018, the trip was in June and our executives visited Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Shanghai and Beijing, and were able to learn about Embraer, China Southern Airlines, CTG (China Three Gorges), Honeywell, among other domestic and multinational companies. We also had a lecture with representatives of the Brazilian Embassy, classes at Lingnan University College, and cultural visits at Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City and the Wall of China, closing our trip!
We were the first course in Brazil to include China as part of our MBAs among the destinations offered to our students in their international seminars since 2005! Our trips promote the market knowledge of one of the countries that most influence the world’s economy through lectures and classes on economics, management and business and making visits to companies and tourist spots full of culture. In 2018, the trip was in June and our executives visited Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Shanghai and Beijing, and were able to learn about Embraer, China Southern Airlines, CTG (China Three Gorges), Honeywell, among other domestic and multinational companies. We also had a lecture with representatives of the Brazilian Embassy, classes at Lingnan University College, and cultural visits at Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City and the Wall of China, closing our trip!
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mchang90
I am interested in doing an MBA in Brazil...

Is it possible to get a job in Brazil after doing your MBA?

With regard to visa rules, employment demands, language issues. Do you think this is a possibility?
I am interested in doing an MBA in Brazil...

Is it possible to get a job in Brazil after doing your MBA?

With regard to visa rules, employment demands, language issues. Do you think this is a possibility?
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I am interested in doing an MBA in Brazil...

Is it possible to get a job in Brazil after doing your MBA?

With regard to visa rules, employment demands, language issues. Do you think this is a possibility?


Greetings!
Yes, it is possible to find a job in Brazil after the MBA.
Many people here do not speak English, so to make it easier to find a job you will need to learn Portuguese.

The visa needed to attend the MBA is the Student Visa. It will allow you to work as an intern but not in a full-time job during the program. Some people started at their jobs as an intern and after the MBA they were hired as a full-time employee. It can happen, but, of course, we cannot guarantee that all of our students will find jobs.

I hope to have answered your question.

Best Regards,
Cynthia Vital
[quote]I am interested in doing an MBA in Brazil...

Is it possible to get a job in Brazil after doing your MBA?

With regard to visa rules, employment demands, language issues. Do you think this is a possibility?[/quote]

Greetings!
Yes, it is possible to find a job in Brazil after the MBA.
Many people here do not speak English, so to make it easier to find a job you will need to learn Portuguese.

The visa needed to attend the MBA is the Student Visa. It will allow you to work as an intern but not in a full-time job during the program. Some people started at their jobs as an intern and after the MBA they were hired as a full-time employee. It can happen, but, of course, we cannot guarantee that all of our students will find jobs.

I hope to have answered your question.

Best Regards,
Cynthia Vital
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mba hipste...
Some people started at their jobs as an intern and after the MBA they were hired as a full-time employee. It can happen, but, of course, we cannot guarantee that all of our students will find jobs.



Can you say with what regularity this happens? I can't seem to find any employment statistics on your website.
[quote] Some people started at their jobs as an intern and after the MBA they were hired as a full-time employee. It can happen, but, of course, we cannot guarantee that all of our students will find jobs.

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Can you say with what regularity this happens? I can't seem to find any employment statistics on your website.
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Duncan
I would guess it's not the typical outcome.
I would guess it's not the typical outcome.
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Some people started at their jobs as an intern and after the MBA they were hired as a full-time employee. It can happen, but, of course, we cannot guarantee that all of our students will find jobs.



Can you say with what regularity this happens? I can't seem to find any employment statistics on your website.


As Duncan mentioned in the post below yours, in fact, it is not the usual outcome for a few reasons.
The main is that we do not receive many international students and most of them don't learn enough Portuguese to be able to work here. Usually, people who stay in Brazil and find jobs already knew the language or paid for extra classes. Another is that many of our international students are in Brazil expatriated by their companies, so they already have a job.

To sum up, we don't have enough data to have statistics.
[quote][quote] Some people started at their jobs as an intern and after the MBA they were hired as a full-time employee. It can happen, but, of course, we cannot guarantee that all of our students will find jobs.

[/quote]

Can you say with what regularity this happens? I can't seem to find any employment statistics on your website.[/quote]

As Duncan mentioned in the post below yours, in fact, it is not the usual outcome for a few reasons.
The main is that we do not receive many international students and most of them don't learn enough Portuguese to be able to work here. Usually, people who stay in Brazil and find jobs already knew the language or paid for extra classes. Another is that many of our international students are in Brazil expatriated by their companies, so they already have a job.

To sum up, we don't have enough data to have statistics.
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mba hipste...
Thanks for the transparency. It's interesting that some grads have paid for extra Portuguese classes and were able to leverage this into a job.
Thanks for the transparency. It's interesting that some grads have paid for extra Portuguese classes and were able to leverage this into a job.
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