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Luiz Said,
December 27th, 2010 @2:32 pm  

Rio de Janeiro, of course! Rio is not that dangerous but you have other options in Brazil (some of the safest places in the whole world are in Brazil). Take a look at this website, that’s an amazing Brazilian Portuguese Language School in a very safe place (and very close to Rio). http://english-4u.net/More.php

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Barros Luco Said,
December 27th, 2010 @3:31 pm  

study in Santiago, Chile
is more security and relax
although is cold
you will not regret

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xXSiNGXx Said,
December 27th, 2010 @4:06 pm  

I do not know much about Brazil´s education, but I do know that in Chile our education is fairly good. Universities and private schools are good, but public schools not so much.

I´ve heard that Rio de Janeiro is dangerous most of the time. In Chile we have crime, but I´d feel safer walking in Santiago than Rio.

Sure it´ll be cold, but just wear a parka, long underwear, undershirts, etc. and you´ll be fine. Also: heating is always good.

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Eduardo Said,
December 27th, 2010 @5:01 pm  

Both cities are good places to study. Santiago de Chile is like any other big city, Río is quite big too but probably more fun and it’s not THAT dangerous, Santiago is not THAT cold either. Before making a decision think if you would like to live on the coast or inland, though Santiago is very near the coast (just 100 kms away). Also think of the language, what would you prefer, deal with Portuguese or Spanish every day? If you learn the language, which one will be more useful for your future career? Río is somewhat like San Diego CA and Santiago like LA., which one would you choose? Find out about prices: of schools, accommodation, food, transportation, etc.
Hope my answer helps you and make a good decision!

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Sam Bark Said,
December 27th, 2010 @5:07 pm  

Go Brasil!! Much nicer country although if you don’t already speak portugues you better start learning! It’s a much nive language than spanish anyway/

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johnnyonthespot Said,
December 27th, 2010 @5:31 pm  

Santiago! What a great city.

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Brazil Expert Said,
December 27th, 2010 @5:42 pm  

Brazil!!!! It has great weather, beautiful beaches, and the nicest people you will ever meet. Brazil is very safe as long as you are smart and don’t wander into a bad neighborhood or make yourself a vulnerable target for thieves. Rio de Janeiro is very friendly towards foreigners, it is easy to get around on the bus or subway, and there is so much to do. There are also some very good universities such as PUC-RIO, IBMEC and Fundacao Getulio Vargas. There are also many good private language schools to learn Portuguese.

Trust me, you will NOT regret choosing Brazil!

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Molly Said,
December 27th, 2010 @5:48 pm  

Santiago, Chile. Chile is very safe, has a climate similar to California, and has a beautiful countryside. There are many programs for foreigners studying abroad there. I will be studying there in a month

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