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Watch a recording of William Bonner's seminar here.

Esteemed journalist William Bonner (Globo / Jornal Nacional) visited the Brazil Institute at King’s at the end of November to conduct a seminar about his work and the work of Jornal Nacional, the main news programme in Brazil. For more information on his visit please visit the Brazil Institute webpages.

Brazilian students studying at King's
King’s College London is one of the top 25 universities in the world (2010 QS international world rankings), The Sunday Times ‘University of the Year 2010/11’ and the fourth oldest in England. King’s currently has a number of students from Brazil studying on undergraduate and graduate degree programmes. For information on programmes of study, the application process and scholarships for Brazilian students please view our Brazil webpages.

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