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A mobility period is an opportunity for the student to have new experiences and connect with other cultures, while at the same time complementing their academic training and expanding their skill set by attending one of FEP's partner schools.

Main advantages:

  • Extended stay abroad with academic recognition;
  • Exemption from tuition payment at the destination university (or payment of tuition by the programme in question) and possibility of receiving a mobility scholarship;
  • A gratifying and enriching experience at both an academic and personal level;
  • Contact with other methods of teaching and work;
  • Refinement/learning of a foreign language;
  • Professional valuation and CV enhancement;
  • Personal growth and development of capacity for adaptation, flexibility, autonomy, initiative and entrepreneurial spirit;
  • Greater employability in national and international markets.

If the student intends to go on mobility to a school with which FEP has no bilateral agreement, there is the possibility apply as a free-mover. This possibility is rather exceptional, being subject to a case-by-case evaluation of the situation proposed by the student. To this end, the student should:

  • Validate his aim during the pre-application period, respecting the deadlines and the eligibility criteria defined for regular mobility, selecting the destination option "PHD_OUTROS_FEP";
  • Contact the International Mobility Unit of the Academic Services (erasmus@fep.up.pt) before the deadline for applying to regular mobility, identifying the country of destination and, if applicable, the school where the student would like to move, as well as the proposed study plan abroad;
  • Make all the contacts related to the mobility process with the destination university, namely to check the candidate's acceptance as free-mover.

The study plan must be validated by FEP and students must meet the eligibility criteria and the application deadlines defined in the call for regular mobility.

This type of mobility does not include exemption from tuition fees at the university of destination, nor is it eligible for the award of an E + grant. However, if the desired option is among one of the University of Porto's partners, FEP may ask for exemption of tuition fees and the student may be eligible for an E + grant if the country of destination belongs to the European Union. For purposes of assignment of E + grants, free-movers students will be ranked after the students applying for regular mobility.

Assistance: International Mobility

FEP promotes ERASMUS + internships with the goal of providing its students an international work experience. The internships can be curricular (in the case of the second year master students) or extracurricular (bachelor, master and PhD students). More information here.


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