The graduate, masters and doctoral degrees of the University of Porto have already been adapted to the Bologna process. The organization of the plans of studies is divided into three cycles, leading respectively to graduate, master and doctoral degrees.
In the fields of Medicine, Pharmacy, Psychology, Veterinary Sciences, Architecture and Engineering, there is also another cycle, leading to a master degree (the "mestrado integrado"), with a length between 10 and 12 semesters, to which correspond 300 to 360 ECTS credits.
The U.Porto offers 35 first cycle degrees ("licenciatura"), 18 integrated masters degrees ("mestrados integrados") and, for the coming academic year, we expect to have 139 second cycle degrees (masters) and 90 doctoral programmes.
The U. Porto also offers a wide range of post-graduate and specialization courses, as well as several other courses in the field of Continuing Education, which are described in an individual brochure, Summer Schools and Senior Studies.
The courses and cycles are taught at the different Schools of the University of Porto.