Partners > Sponsors
MIT-Brazil works with numerous Brazilian companies, schools, and labs to place MIT interns in Brazil. Every partner relationship is customized to meet the specific, intersecting needs of the organization and MIT.
Beyond the internship program, a select group of companies interested in building a deeper relationship with MIT, are invited to sponsor the MIT-Brazil Program. Sponsors enjoy a variety of core benefits, like enhanced visibility on campus and an advantageous platform for recruiting. They also have the opportunity to enroll in programs designed for senior executives, enjoy privileged access to MIT's research community, and develop collaborative ventures with MIT faculty and students.
And because MIT-Brazil is part of the larger MISTI Corporate Consortium, our partners are linked to a dynamic network of international sponsors representing markets and research communities around the world.
Contact the MIT-Brazil Program Coordinator to explore the possibilities of your relationship with MIT.
MIT-Brazil Corporate Partners
Santander Universities, the back bone of Banco Santander’s social action, supports the higher education sector in such areas as teaching and research, international cooperation, knowledge and technology transfer, entrepreneurial initiatives, student mobility, and innovation. The program currently has agreements with more than 880 top schools world-wide and was introduced in the United States in 2009 through Sovereign Bank, a subsidiary of Banco Santander.
Lawrence K. Fish, Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Citizens Financial Group