Friday, 16 February 2018

An Article about BRICS countries by Fabrício Reis Amador

My name is Fabrício reis amador , a young brazilian single enrolled as a special student in the graduate program at the state university of Par, Campus Belém, PA, a state of the federation rich in mineral and vegetable resources and agriculture. however far from the economic axes of my country, an area of ​​capital expansion and outside the area of ​​greater industrial and human development of my country, however, my State is rich in mineral and vegetable reserves, because here we are part of the Brazilian Amazon, with infra structure still in potential construction and can be extended with a typical welcoming population of interior and distant cities that still dazzles with the tourist, even here far from everything, near the golden el Dorado, a city that the Amazon Indians said was covered with gold and crystal never encountered by the European explorers of the XIV and XV centuries, thus the region became known as Amazon unustil sinomino place of distant and rich.

Yes, because I spoke in my university where I study? yes, even here I am having access to the free course of Chinese language carried out by a treaty of coolperation between universities of my State and Chinese universities, Beijin China sent what they had of us best, so much that I can already understand the simplified Chinese language, my expression is still a little more I already mastered this Chinese academic language. all paid by the government and free. the university and the free course, and I also periodically compete for scholarships to be paid by the Chinese government. This is a concrete example of the fact that brazil entered in body and soul in the called brics, because it opened the one that had of better and until here in the longest and poor facility we feel this, in case they want to enterate with the service of coolpevation, bilateral access in their country of origin since the exchanges exchange every six months every year.

BRICS refers to the emerging countries of the BRIC group: Brazil, Russia, India and China, which together form a political group of economic cooperation. On April 14, 2011, the "S" was added to the BRIC acronym forming the current BRICS, echoing South Africa (in English: South Africa). The founding members due to their economic development is usually translated as the "Big Five." Between 2003 and 2007, the growth of the four countries accounted for 65% of the expansion of world gross domestic product (GDP). In terms of purchasing power parity, BRICS GDP in 2013 already exceeded that of the United States or that of the European Union. In 2010, the combined GDP of the five BRIC countries totaled $ 11 trillion or 18% of the world economy. Considering GDP by purchasing power parity, this ratio is even higher: 19 trillion dollars or 25%.

In the BRICS, poverty and gender inequality continue to be reflected in the learning cycle and may restrict children's learning capacities. Communities struggling to feed their families face expectations of lifetime damage. Malnutrition decreases children's learning ability. At the 6th BRICS Summit, held in Brazil in July 2014, the presidents of the countries of the bloc stated that education is the key to long-term success and recognized that investing more is essential in order to address inequalities and continually foster economic growth.

By 2015, the BRICS countries have created plans for an education cooperative to move forward in both academic and research activities. The agreement served as the basis for a network of organizations and educational institutions in the participating countries. Not long ago, in 2015, the names of the first selected Brazilian institutions came out. In the beginning twelve graduate programs from nine Brazilian universities were selected to be part of the BRIC Network University. There are six areas of knowledge (energy, computer science and information security, BRIC studies, ecology and climate change, water resources and pollution treatment, and economics) with two institutions of higher education considered through their post- recognized and recommended by the Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel, Capes, with a grade six or seven. an organ that in Brazil certifies Brazilian universities by standardizing teaching universally, quality and free access for all Brazilian citizens.

The Network University of BRICS allowed the development of bilateral and multilateral teaching and research programs, the quality training of masters and doctors, and the exchange of students, teachers and researchers. It had come to meet the needs of countries by expanding access to contemporary methods, forms and technologies of education. Another objective is to facilitate the sustainable development of the countries belonging to the bloc, disseminating knowledge and skills through joint research and educational activities.

Result of merit analysis of proposals

- Selected Brazilian universities and ar
Computer Science and Information Security
Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG)
Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS)
Ecology and Climate Change
National Institute of Research of the Amazon (INPA)
Federal Fluminense University (UFF)
Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG)
State University of Campinas (Unicamp)
Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC)
Federal University of Viçosa (UFV)
Brics Studies
State University of Campinas (Unicamp)
Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC Rio)
Water Resources and Pollution Treatment
Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG)
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ)

Fabrício Reis Amador 

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