Embry-Riddle’s Central & South America staff in Brazil support local and regional aviation growth with a variety of education, applied research and training options to choose from.

The university’s roots in Brazil date back to 1943 when Escola Técnica de Aviacão was established in São Paulo. Within months, the nation’s first aviation training school had basic, aircraft, engines and instrument departments and welcomed officials including former Brazil President Getulio Vargas and U.S. First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt.


Browse the WW Campus for Central & South America Collections:

Student Works Collection