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Hayek American College

A 2+2 undergraduate program for Computer Science or Business majors in Brazil and USA.

 

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Don't just study about the world. Experience it, live it, and become a part of it.

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Access a Global Market
International opportunities will greatly increase your potential to secure higher-paying jobs or businesses endeavors.
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Multicultural Experiences
Connecting with people from all over the world will deepen your cultural inteligence and expand your mindset.
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2 diplomas
Degrees in Brazil + USA
Secure both a tecnólogo degree in Brazil and a bachelor's degree in the United States, with no revalidation required.
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World-Class Faculty
In a decentralized way, we offer access to a high-caliber group of professors who aren’t available in a given specific region.
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Project Based Curriculum
No lectures and memorization here, instead we employ a project-based learning approach relying on active methodologies.
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Non-ideological
Too many educational programs dictate a certain worldview; we provide access to diverse ideas and freedom of expression.

Overview

A 2+2 model — study 2 years at Hayek in Brasilia, and 2 years in a world-class university in the United States.

Dual degrees earn a Brazilian and an American higher education diploma within 4 to 5 years of study.

No need to commit to a specific major on the first 2 years, giving flexibility between Management, Economics, Finance, Marketing, Accounting, Computer Science, Information Systems, and others.

100% in English, and taught by international faculty from several different countries.

Interactions with international students from all over the world through COIL.

Hands on, project-based curriculum with active learning.

 

Admissions and selection process

The admissions process for the Hayek's American Program is divided into Phases 1 and 2.

On Phase 1, your Math and English proficiency will be evaluated in a pass/fail criteria. 

On Phase 2, students will be ranked according to our evaluation in the combined performance based on:

  • High school transcripts
  • Student porfolio
  • 3-minute video pitch
  • Simulated class activity

For more information, check out the admissions guide:

ADMISSIONS GUIDE