PrInt Day 2023


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We are pleased to extend our sincere invitation on behalf of the University of São Paulo (USP) to participate in the next Internationalization Program Workshop (PrInt/CAPES)-University of São Paulo (USP). This event is a significant milestone in our commitment to fostering global academic connections and promoting internationalization in education and science.

We are pleased to inform you that the event will be held entirely online, providing an accessible and dynamic platform for engagement. This virtual event will unite academic minds from around the world through discussions, presentations and enlightening interactive sessions. It is a unique opportunity to connect with graduate students, exchange innovative strategies, and explore collaborative paths in science and global academic education.

Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances, the original event date of 27/09/2023 has been rescheduled to 08/11/2023. We sincerely apologize for any disruption this change may cause and appreciate your understanding as we work diligently to ensure a seamless experience for all participants in this new virtual format.
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PrInt Day at USP – Building Bridges Worldwide

November 08, 2023



9am to 9:20am

Welcome from USP Rector
Graduate Provosts
International Office President (AUCANI)

9am20 to 10am40

Roundtable 1: Unraveling the PrInt Legacy at USP: Experiences and Impact of the Outcomes

10h40am to 10am50

Virtual Coffee

10am50 to 12pm

Roundtable 2: Partnering Higher Education Institutions and the PrInt Initiative: Unveiling Its Significance

room 1 (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen)

room 2 (Universidade de Lisboa)

room 3 (University of Münster)

room 4 (École polytechnique)

12pm to1pm


1pm to 2pm

Roundtable 3: From Within PrInt: Narratives of Personal and Academic Evolution

PDSE recipient

PVE JS recipient

CAP recipient

PVE recipient


PAME recipient

2pm30 to 3pm30

Invited IES

3pm30 to 4pm

Roundtable 4: PrInt’s Tomorrow: Anticipating Effects on CAPES and USP 


Closing Remarks (Graduate Provosts)