Aveiro university

The University of Aveiro is a public university in the Portuguese city of Aveiro that also offers polytechnic education. It was founded in 1973 and has about 12,500 students distributed among 58 graduates, 40 Master of Science, and 25 Ph.D. programs offered by departments and autonomous sections with specialized faculties. It is a research and development university with research departments developing programs in basic and applied mathematics, physics, chemistry, telecommunications, robotics, bioinformatics, marine sciences, materials, design, business administration, and industrial engineering.

New University of Lisbon

The New University of Lisbon offers all the courses students need in bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs. This can be one of the reasons why the New University of Lisbon is considered one of the best universities in Portugal. Tuition for international students at this university ranges from 750 to 1800 euros. As with many other Portuguese universities, admission is based on academic performance and entrance exam results. Financial support, accommodation, library, and sports facilities are some of the benefits you can enjoy while studying at the New University of Lisbon.

Institute of the University of Lisbon

ISCTE – Institute of the University of Lisbon is a Portuguese public tertiary education institution. It is located in the city Centre of Lisbon, in Cidade university, adjoining the Institute of Social Sciences (ICS) and Institute of Geography and Spatial Planning (IGOT) of the University of Lisbon. Most courses at this university are at the undergraduate level. You can almost say that you can study all majors at Lisbon University Institute, except for majors related to language and culture, and majors related to medicine and health, which cannot be offered at this university.

Catholic University of Portugal

The Catholic University of Portugal also referred to as Católica or UCP for short, is a concordat university (non-state-run university with concordat status) headquartered in Lisbon and with four locations: Lisbon, Braga, Porto, and Viseu. Besides the four centers in Portugal, UCP also has the University of Saint Joseph in Macau as its affiliate. The Admissions Committee must receive certificates of previous academic achievement and test scores for international students to enrol. The academic year at this university is divided into two semesters. An undergraduate degree at this university costs approximately $6,344 for international students.

polytechnic institute of Porto

Porto Polytechnic was created in Porto in 1985 and its objective was to relaunch the polytechnic studies in Portugal. The Polytechnic started with two schools: the School of Education and the School of Music. In 1988, the ISCAP (Institute of Accountancy and Administration) and one year later the ISEP (Institute of Engineering), two schools founded in the 19th century were integrated. Today, it is the largest polytechnic institute of Portugal, with seven schools and 15,729 students.

Evra university

The University of Evora is located in the city of Evora, about 150 km from Lisbon, and is visited by many students every year to continue their studies. The second oldest university in Portugal, it was opened in 1559 and has about 9,000 students studying at bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral levels. The focus of the University of Evora is on science and technology, nursing, social sciences and the arts.


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