CALDO is a consortium of four leading Canadian research universities who share an extraordinary commitment to international education and mobility.
CALDO is delighted to be the first Canadian partner in the Brazilian government program “Science Without Borders.” The program is a major initiative of the Brazilian government, run through CAPES and CNPq, to grant 100,000 scholarships to the best students from Brazil to support undergraduate and graduate study abroad as well as postdoctoral research at the world’s leading universities.
By providing a single point of assistance to Brazilian students considering study or research at any of our four institutions, CALDO will make it easy for students to find the right university, department, and specific program that best suits your needs.
CALDO services include:
A consortium of Canada’s top research universities:
University of Alberta (Edmonton, Alberta), University of Calgary (Calgary, Alberta), Dalhousie University (Halifax, Nova Scotia),
University Laval (Québec, Québec), Queen's University (Kingston, Ontario), University of Ottawa (Ottawa, Ontario),
University of Saskatchewan (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan), University of Waterloo (Waterloo, Ontario), and Western University (London, Ontario)