I don't know... Since the last weeks, I've been thinking a lot about where to study after my graduation at UnB (end of 2011 or 1st semester of 2012). The main thinkers of Libertarianism lived and/or studied in the USA (some of them at NY, too; Rothbard and his master Mises, for example). So, if I want to be part of this tradition, of the renewal of Libertarian thought (and, of course, a Brazilian contribution for it), the best option of country to take the master's degree - and also the doctorate - isn't Brazil or even UK, but probably... United States of America.
Yes, I'm aware that, if I really want to go to New School, I'll have to study like hell for the next (and last) 2 or 3 years of my graduation. I'll have to take one of those proficiency tests, and look for scholarships. However, if I keep this goal in mind, maybe my future might be very interesting. I'm confident that I can get more than IUPERJ or USP.
Okay, you can call me pedant for writing this post in English, heh.