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Morgan President Forges New Partnerships with Brazilian Universities

Screen Shot 2013-12-02 at 3.33.41 PMToday, Morgan State University President David Wilson entered into an agreement with the State University of São Paulo to promote opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students at both universities to have exchange opportunities. Morgan is seeking to build on its success in enrolling students from Brazil’s Scientific Mobility Program by developing additional relationships with Brazil’s top universities. On tomorrow, President Wilson will be visiting the University of São Paulo and the Catholic University of São Paulo to explore similar collaborations.

President Wilson also received an enthusiastic welcome today at Brazil’s only Afro-Brazilian University, Zumbi Dos Palmares, where Morgan already has an established partnership. The two universities agreed to explore a possible Morgan presence on its campus to offer a select number of Morgan graduate degrees.

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