Scholarship

Program by Construtora Camargo Corrêa graduates students from Angola at Brazilian university

Thursday, October 10, 2013 - 17:17
Selávia Alfico, one of the graduates, and the director of the African Board of Directors, Marco Antônio Costa Selávia Alfico, one of the graduates, and the director of the African Board of Directors, Marco Antônio Costa

Construtora Camargo Corrêa's scholarship program in Angola has graduated many students in Marketing, Business Administration and Civil and Environmental Engineering. The program started selecting students in 2008 and sent, in 2009, the students chosen to graduate in Brazil, more specifically at the Unilins University, in the city of Lins, São Paulo.

"Overcoming the difficulties was not easy, but we were able to complete this challenge with willpower and determination", celebrated Cesalina Bandeira, who graduated in Marketing.

According to Construtora Camargo Corrêa's general manager in Angola, Dauderley Oliveira, the purpose of the project is to graduate professionals in the country and then absorb them. "Our intention is that they come work with us and have possibilities for professional growth", he explained.

Dauderley also said he intends to expand the program. "The next edition of the scholarship program should have more openings. We want to expand the program to students from other regions in Angola", he concluded.

2013 10 10 noticia 01 480Graduate Joana Cipriano and Construtora Camargo Corrêa’s general manager in Angola, Dauderley Oliveira