Brazilians can travel for free to work in Ireland

Posted on 11/4/2021 4:32 PM / Updated 11/05/2021 7:37 PM

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A SEDA COLLEGE, Overseas internship program, SEDA internship, employability project, and SEDA Jobs raffle 100 scholarships for Brazilians to work and study in Ireland. The activity is inspired by the Netflix Round 6 series, but unlike those who attended the show, Brazilians do not have to borrow to participate in the scholarship draw and realize their dream of making an exchange.

In total, there are 10 full scholarships, five of which are short-term (4 weeks) and five long-term (six months), which allows the student to even work in the country. The draw will include another 90 people with partial scholarships, which will offer a 35% discount and a free Ryanair voucher so that incoming students can make their first trip to another country in Europe during the exchange period.

To compete, in vain Fill out the SEDA Program Form at the link Stay tuned for the draw on November 19, live on SEDA College YouTube. Full Scholarship winners will have their names announced on social media, but applicants who are not in the top 10 will automatically be eligible for one of the partial scholarships.

It is the only student-funded school that allows students to start their transfer and pay in installments earned in Euros. This project helps those who want to make their dream of studying abroad a reality but do not have the full amount to pay for the course.

More than 30,000 students from around the world attended the school, including names such as Winderson Noons, Louisa Sonsa, Nayara Rattaco, Pathi Dos Reyes, and Zusao. On the SEDA College website, you can check the testimony of some students who have won scholarships offered by the school, including the testimony of students: Eric de Oliveira from Rio de Janeiro; Gabriela Alvarenga, from Minas Gerais; And Lucas Riani from Sao Paulo.

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