Canada is one of the best places in the world to study. With high academic standards, top international rankings, and a high quality lifestyle, Canadian universities are a prime destination for sponsored students in Latin America. CALDO is your gateway to connect with nine of Canada’s leading universities, offering top ranked programs in English and French to students from all over the world.
Not sure which university to choose? We offer free support and guidance to help you choose the best CALDO university to meet your career goals. Then, we will help you navigate the university application process and ensure that you have the support you need. CALDO is currently working with students from Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, and Uruguay.
Since being founded in 2011, we have assisted more than 3000 Latin American students looking to pursue graduate studies (Master’s and PhD). Are you ready to be the next one?
Mi interés de realizar estudios de posgrado me llevó a realizar una búsqueda de opciones tanto en México como en el extranjero. Dicha encomienda dio como resultado el encontrarme con el grupo de investigación liderado por el Dr. de Lasa, y de inmediato supe que era el lugar apropiado para desarrollar investigación en el área de reactores químicos, pues el grupo cuenta con una amplia trayectoria en este campo.
Patricia Tozatti is a trailblazing food engineer from Guarapuava in the southern state of Parana of Brazil. She jumped straight into a PhD after her undergraduate degree and a stint in the food industry. Funded by the government of Brazil through the Science without Borders scholarship program, Patricia is examining wheat and baking quality in her PhD in Food and Bioproduct Science. Agriculture has always been close to Patricia’s heart – she comes from a family of grain farmers. Patricia is fulfilling her own dreams and those of her parents by coming to University of Saskatchewan – her father dreamt of studying abroad but didn’t have the necessary support.
"Je m'appelle Débora Oliveira Cardoso et j'ai étudié à l'Université Laval pendant l'année de 2013 quand j'avais encore l'âge de 19 ans. J'ai fait un Certificat en Journalisme/Communication Publique au niveau du baccalauréat. J'ai eu la chance de faire cet échange grâce au partenariat entre l'Université Laval et le..."
Posted on: Nov 14, 2017
The International Student Admissions Service (ISAS) polled 1,700 students in August and September 2017 and found that 62% of ...Read More
If you are a Master’s, PhD student or a Post-Doctoral candidate interested in graduate studies or research opportunities at a CALDO university please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The CALDO Network aims to connect and engage with Latin American students and professionals who have previously studied at any of the CALDO universities. Its main purpose is to enhance the presence of CALDO and its universities in Latin America. Find more info here.