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post Jan 27 2005, 10:39 AM
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Dear all,

I have a Brazilian friend in her mid-twenties that is interested in finishing off her PT education by doing a Masters in the US. She has completed a 4 year bachelor in PT in Brazil as well as a specialized degree of 2 years in sports therapy, however she dos have quite a lot of experience working with disabled individuals. Along with the degrees she has been practicing for 5 years full time. The problem is obviously that the cost of education in the U.S. is extremely expensive for Americans, imagine how expensive it is for a Brazilian trying to study here. Are there programs which pay for a part or all of your Masters and then require a work agreement of 2-5 years afterwards. I had heard that something similar to this exists in NYC. Any information you would have would be appreciated.

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post Mar 4 2005, 02:06 PM
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Have you had any luck in finding out anything about this? I'm sure there are others that would be interested in this.
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