No, the School of Economics and Management of the University of Porto does not offer e-learning programmes.
The pre-experience master's programmes assume the student has basic training in economics, management or finance. Students with other training may, however, apply. The Directors of the programme will decide if the student's previous training is adequate for enrolment in the master's programme.
You can find more general information about each master's programme through their respective web pages. . Through the same link, you can also view the study plan of each course. Each curricular unit also has its own link where you can view its respective information, including course content.
Yes, there is no limit to the number of master's you can apply for.
Yes, you will pay one application fee per application.
The application Bulletin, as well as the respective submission form, explain how to indicate your order of preference.
Those who have already completed their bachelor's degree or those who are reasonably expected to finish by the end of July of the current year may apply during the first call of applications. Those who are due to finish in September may apply during the second call, if one is held (a second call is only opened when there are vacancies remaining after the first call).
No. FEP master's programmes are not integrated, therefore, internal students apply under equal circumstances as external students.
No, students do not need to submit certificates for training completed at the University of Porto. When completing the application, in the section requiring document submission, simply submit your academic history from SIGARRA.
A certificate is an official document issued by the School, on letterhead paper duly signed and stamped by the responsible body, listing all of the approved curricular units completed by the student, their respective ECTS and marks earned. If the training in question is pre-Bologna or non-Bologna foreign training, it is not required (nor is it often possible) to include the ECTS.
The selection criteria for each master's programme are published in the application Bulletin each academic year. Some programmes may require a minimum bachelor's programme grade.
The selection criteria, as well as the elements that are required and/or valued will be published in the application Bulletin for each academic year. Normally, a certificate of knowledge of English is not required, although in some cases such certification may be valued.
The selection criteria, as well as the elements that are required and/or valued will be published in the application Bulletin for each academic year. Normally, taking the GMAT is not required, although in some cases such certification may be valued.
The GMAT exam is mandatory for application to the QTEM network that FEP belongs to.
Yes, both Portuguese and foreign students may apply under equal circumstances. The original training certificates or diplomas from abroad must be duly certified by the Portuguese Embassy in the country where they were issued, or with a Hague Convention Apostille (in eligible cases). The rest of the required documentation is the same for both.
Recommendation letters may be academic (ideally from non-FEP professors, in the case of FEP students) or professional.
ADMISSION AND PLACEMENT OF CANDIDATES
Placement is done according to the criteria and elements defined for each master's programme in the application Bulletin.
The admission criteria are legally defined. Those who may apply for a 2nd cycle course of study conferring a master's degree include:
The application Bulletin will indicate which master's programmes may include interviews as a criterion for selection and/or tie-breaking between candidates.
Schedules are defined for each academic year.
Each curricular unit has its own evaluation regime, which will include class attendance. To obtain this information, consult the information page for each discipline.
Yes. For more information regarding study scholarships, visit the page of the Social Action Services of the University of Porto..
Yes. See Article 8 of the Working Student Statute Regulations, which can be consulted here.
The access and enrolment conditions are defined in the application Bulletin for each academic year.
Recommendation letters may be in Portuguese or English, unless the application Bulletin, published each year, states otherwise.
If I've completed my bachelor's degree at FEP, do I need to submit a certificate of academic qualifications (including the certificate of completed disciplines)? And if I've completed my master's at U.Porto?
Students do not need to submit certificates for training completed at the University of Porto. When completing the application, in the section requiring document submission, simply submit your academic history from SIGARRA.
The application Bulletin, published each year, will define the English certification requirements (or lack thereof) as well as the respective minimum grade.
The application Bulletin, published each year, will define the English certification requirements (or lack thereof).
No. Doctoral programmes are taught exclusively in English.
Schedules are defined for each academic year. The PhD in Economics is usually taught during the daytime and the PhD in Business and Management Studies in the evening.
No. Completing the curricular portion of a doctoral programme confers a certificate, not a degree, with the following designation: "Doctoral Course in Management Studies" (for the Doctorate in Management) and "Doctoral Course in Economic Studies" (for the Doctorate in Economics).
The University of Porto does not grant merit scholarships for doctoral programmes.
The main institution responsible for granting study scholarships in Portugal is the Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia. For more information about study scholarships, you can consult the website of FCT.
This question should be directed to the respective services of the Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia.
For information regarding study scholarships provided by the Social Action Services of the University of Porto, consult the site of SASUP. Questions regarding FCT scholarships should be directed to the respective services of the Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia.