Biola English Major – University of the Andes – the world’s oldest university for English language study – is the top choice for a Brazilian student in the top 10 of the country’s top universities, according to data compiled by Biola University’s English Major and the Biola News website.
The Biola report said the top university in Brazil for English majors is the University of Sao Paulo (SPU), which is ranked number 10 in the country, with the average GPA of a Biola major is 4.19, followed by the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) in 10th place and the Universitat Autònoma de Lisboa in 13th place.
According to the study, Biola majors have an average GPA 4.5 on average, with a 3.8 average ACT and an average SAT score of 990.
The average GPA for the top universities for English major is 5.7 on average.
The highest score is 479 at the Universição Carlos III de Figueres, which has an average score of 1,967.
The rankings were compiled by the BSI and Biola in partnership with the Boca da Baixada, Boca University and the University National de Brasilia.
The top 10 universities for brazilians with the best average GPA is ranked by the number of degrees received and the number at the top of the academic standings.
Biola’s study said that the top five universities for graduates with a BSI degree are Universidades Federal do Rondônia (UFrRJ) which has the highest average GPA at 4.78 and Universidad de Minas Gerais (UMSG) which is second at 4