Who there always dreamed of making a exchange? Spending a few weeks away, devoting special time to learning a new language, is that type of experience that is important for a lifetime. And, for everything to go well, good planning is essential!
The choice of destination is one of the stages that most generates doubts among people. After all, it is difficult to assess what are the main factors to take into account when making the final decision. In addition, we must not forget that we need to find that package that fits in our pocket. With that in mind, we created a special selection with seven incredible places for Brazilians. Ready to write down the tips?
Peaceful, polite and beautiful. These are three of the main adjectives that people use to describe Canada. The country’s success among Brazilians is also driven by the value of the dollar, which is usually below the US dollar.
Each of the Canadian cities has particular characteristics, so do your research well before defining your destination. Vancouver, for example, has a very pleasant climate and does not have extreme temperatures. Already in Toronto, the summer days are extremely hot, and the winter quite harsh. Quebec, however, it is ideal for those who are also interested in learning French!
NOTE: a tourist visa is required, but Brazilians with a valid American visa do not need it. People who intend to spend more than 6 months in the exchange must have a visa.
New Zealand has increasingly attracted the attention of Brazilians. As it has a subtropical climate, the temperatures there are not so extreme. The interesting thing is also that the country is divided by two large islands, the North and the South Island. Therefore, it is possible to make several tours there, as shown in the
Among the most popular cities are Wellington and Auckland, which are two wonderful cities for those who like a busy routine. Oh, and Brazilians who intend to spend a maximum of 3 months there do not need a visa 😉
Learning English is important, but Spanish is also a fascinating language. If your intention is to learn that language, bet on a trip to the
The money spent on food and transportation is not absurd, unlike an exchange in Europe, for example. Now, another very important advantage. As a language closer to Portuguese, Brazilians are able to acquire a good level of fluency with little travel time. Here’s the tip 😉
Still little explored by Brazilian exchange students, South Africa is the destination of dreams when it comes to diversity. despite Johannesburg it’s at Cape Town being the most sought after, other regions of the country are perfect for weekend trips.
The cost of living in these cities is not high and Brazilians do not need a visa for trips of up to three months. So, take the opportunity and step out of your comfort zone a little!
Have you ever imagined learning English in a city set by series and films? If you like War of Thrones or Gladiator, know that part of these productions was recorded in Malta Island!
Even though it is a small archipelago, the cities there are incredible and with surprising walks. In addition to English as an official language, some people also speak Maltese. That is, it is even possible to learn a little of this dialect. And like New Zealand, Brazilians traveling for up to 90 days do not need a visa.
Another incredible destination to practice Spanish is Chile. In addition to the enchanting landscape, the country has incredible culture and relatively cheap prices. In Santiago, for example, public transport is efficient and the city streets are pure charm. If you decide to travel there, be sure to take at least one trip across the country, like the one in the Atacama Desert 🙂