Viticulture is of primordial importance in Portugal, due to its excellent potential for producing quality wines. In order to nurture the development of this vital industry, we must stimulate the flow of expertise by training highly specialised technicians as, in fact, the professionals in the sector are demanding. This degree answers that call. Thus, it proposes to provide the theoretical knowledge needed in order to generate solid solutions whilst also fomenting a climate of dialog between teachers and students. This climate of openness should extend to the organisation of seminars for other professionals in addition to students who might take immediate advantage of the exchange of information that we hope to encourage.
Holders of a bachelor's degree, or legal equivalent, in Science, Engineering, or related fields.
Holders of a foreign higher education degree, in Science, Engineering or related fields, obtained by concluding a 1st cycle of studies course according to the principles of the Bologna Process by an adherent country.
Holders of a foreign higher academic degree that is recognised as meeting the objectives of a bachelor's degree in Science, Engineering, or related fields.
Other graduates may also be admitted, provided that their curriculum shows adequate basic scientific preparation.
Have an academic, scientific, or professional curriculum that the course's scientific committee recognises as sufficient to attest to the student's ability to enter this cycle of studies.
Note: non-graduates may apply provided that they prove that they are able to conclude their degree until the date of registration. All candidates who do not prove to have completed their degree (or equivalent) at the time of registration will be excluded.
Areas: Graduates in or in the process of completing a degree in Agronomic Engineering, Engineering Sciences (Agricultural or Food Engineering), Agricultural Sciences, Oenology, or similar will receive an increase of 5.00 points over the grade of the degree or part of the curriculum completed).
Pre-Bologna degree or 2nd cycle course completed or in the process of completion in the fields of Agronomic Engineering, Engineering Sciences (Agricultural or Food Engineering), Agricultural Sciences, Oenology - increase of 2.00 points over the grade of the degree or part of the curriculum completed.
Presentation of at least one indexed scientific article - increase of 0.25 points over the grade of the degree
At least one scientific article - increase of 0.75 points over the grade of the degree
Complementary training in relevant areas - increase of 0.50 points over the grade of the degree
Relevant professional experience -increase of 1.00 points over the grade of the degree
Proficiency in the English language, attested by a diploma or certificate - increase of 1.00 points over the grade of the degree
Candidates who have not completed their bachelor's degree and/or have an academic, scientific, or professional curriculum that the course's scientific committee recognises as sufficient to attest to the student's ability to enter this cycle of studies, are graded according to the aforementioned criteria by replacing the final grade of the bachelor’s degree by the weighted average of the curricular units completed.
Candidate tiebreaker criteria:
Seniority of graduation
Final grade of the Bachelor's degree by the weighted average of the curricular units completed
Candidate's age, younger first
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