Brazilian Studies and Portuguese at Vanderbilt
Founded in 1947 as the country’s first Institute of Brazilian Studies, CLAS has maintained and strengthened its historic ties to Brazil. With student and faculty collaborations spanning history, anthropology, political science, business, medicine, law, and education, CLAS fosters a holistic approach to understanding Brazil’s past, present, and future.
BRAZIL AND PORTUGUESE ACROSS VANDERBILT
Brazil and Portuguese are studied in various capacities across schools at the University. Find more information here.
Faculty across disciplines at Vanderbilt study Brazil and collaborate with the Brazilian Studies Program. See a list of affiliated faculty here.
Vanderbilt is home to one of the top Portuguese programs in the country, with enrollments up over 100% in the last four years. Opportunities to study Brazil, learn Portuguese and travel abroad are available. Review all curriculum offerings here.
PROJECTS AND GRANTS
There are a number of ongoing projects and funding opportunities available for Brazilian Studies and Portuguese at the University. See a working list of projects and grants here.
Vanderbilt sends students to Brazil and hosts Brazilian students as they study in the United States. For information about opportunities and programs, click here.