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Change of pair institution/cycle of studies - 2019/2020


Aviso: There is no definition of competitions open for this type of admission scheme.

Applicants

Note: Provisional information. Approval pending.

1 – The following may request the change of institution/course pairing:
a) Students who have been enrolled and registered in another institution/course pairing but have not graduated;
b) Students who have done the secondary school national examinations that correspond to the entrance examinations required for that specific pairing, in that year, within the general access regime;
c) Students who have obtained in those examinations at least the minimum grade required by the higher education institution, in that year, within the general access regime.
2 – The change of institution/course pairing regime also applies to students who have been enrolled and registered in a foreign higher education institution in a cycle of studies recognised as higher education by the laws of that country, but who have not graduated.
3 – The change of institution/course pairing is not allowed from a vocational senior technician course, or foreign course at a corresponding level, to first degree cycles of studies or integrated master cycles.

 The following may also request the change of institution/course pairing:
- Students who hold a foreign secondary education certificate that is legally equivalent to Portuguese secondary education, with similar examinations (application of Article 20-A of Decree-Law No. 296-A/98, of 25th September, as amended by Decree-Law No. 90/2008, of 30th May, and with Resolution No. 586/2018, of 11th May (legislation only available in Portuguese).
- Students who have been admitted via the examinations for applicants over 23 years old and who fulfil the prior qualifications required.
- Students who have been admitted to higher education for holding a technological specialization certificate and who fulfil the prior qualifications required.
- Students who have been admitted to higher education for holding a vocational senior technician certificate and who fulfil the prior qualifications required.
- International students who have been admitted via Special Applications - International Students and who fulfil the prior qualifications required.

 Notes:
1 – Change of institution/course pairing is the act by which a student enrols and/or registers in an institution/course pairing different from the one(s) in which they were registered in previous academic years.
2 – The change of institution/course pairing can take place regardless of whether there has been an interruption of enrolment and registration in a higher education institution.

 Tuition fees:

Information on tuition fees for 2019/2020 available here.

Numerus Clausus

 Cycle of Studies Places
Total 1st Phase 2nd Phase 3rd Phase

   M1 

MO

 M1 

MO

MO

MO

Licenciatura in Engineering Science - Mining and Geo-Environment Engineering 2 4 2 2 3 1
Master in Bioengineering 6 15* 6 15* --- ---
Master in Civil Engineering 5 25+5** 5 5+5** 10+5** 15+5**
Master in Environmental Engineering 2 10 2 4 7 3
Master in Engineering and Industrial Management 3 8 3 8 --- ----
Master in Electrical and Computers Engineering 5 20 5 20 --- ---
Master in Informatics and Computing Engineering 9 22 9 22 --- ---
Master in Mechanical Engineering 0 20 0 20 --- ---
Master in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering 1 6 1 1 2 4
Master in Chemical Engineering 6 10 6 10 --- ---

M1 - Change of institution/course pairing for 1st year (recognition to less than 30 ECTS)
MO - Change of institution/course pairing others - remaining curricular years (recognition to 30 ECTS or more)

* These places are exclusively for students who complete the undergraduate cycle of studies in Bioengineering at the University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro and who will be admitted to year 3 of the Master in Bioengineering at FEUP (under a protocol established between FEUP and UTAD). These students will be distributed amongst the three branches of the MIB, in accordance with the rules applicable to FEUP/ICBAS students who attended the first two years of this cycle of studies.
In case some of the 15 places are not filled, the leftover places will remain unfilled.

** 5 places are for students from the École des Ponts ParisTech, under a Double Degree Agreement.

Notes:

1 - Leftover places will be added to the places available in the 2nd and 3rd phases.
The number of places available for the 2nd phase has been updated and it already includes leftover places from the previous phases.

2 - For the Master in Bioengineering(MIB), the Master in Electrical and Computers Engineering (MIEEC), the Master in Engineering and Industrial Management (MIEGI), the Master in Mechanical Engineering (MIEM), the Master in Informatics and Computing Engineering (MIEIC) and the Master in Chemical Engineering (MIEQ) there is only one phase for applications, which follows the rules for the 3rd phase.

Applications

Deadlines

Change of institution/course pairing - Others (1st Phase) - except MIB, MIEEC, MIEGI, MIEIC MIEM and MIEQ
10th December 2018 to 16th January 2019 Submission of applications*
30th January 2019 Posting of provisional results
31st January 2019 to 13th February 2019 Prior hearing
20th February 2019 Posting of final results
21th February to 14th March 2019 Submission of complaints
Until 21st March 2019 Publication of decision about complaints
27th February to 11th March 2019 Online enrolment
15th to 25th March 2019 Admission of non-placed applicants*
28th March 2019 Publication of leftover places
Until 11th March 2019 Request of credit transfer regarding prior training / work experience
Until 1st April 2019 Publication of credit transfer results
Up to 10 working days after the publication of the credit transfer results Change of the registration in result of the credit transfer process
Change of institution/course pairing - Others (2nd Phase) - except MIB, MIEEC, MIEGI, MIEIC, MIEM and MIEQ
17th January to 3th May 2019 Submission of applications*
23th May 2019 Posting of provisional results
24th May to 6th June 2019 Prior hearing
14th June 2019 Posting of final results
17th June to 9th July 2019 Submission of complaints
Until 16th July 2019 Publication of decision about complaints
25th June to 5th July 2019 Online enrolment
11th to 23rd July 2019 Admission of non-placed applicants*
26th July 2019 Publication of leftover places
Until 5th July 2019 Request of credit transfer regarding prior training / work experience
Until 26th July 2019 Publication of credit transfer results
Up to 10 working days after the publication of the credit transfer results Change of the registration in result of the credit transfer process
Change of institution/course pairing - Others (3rd Phase) - except MIB, MIEEC, MIEGI, MIEIC, MIEM and MIEQ
6th May to 6th August 2019 Submission of applications
4th September 2019 Posting of provisional results
5th to 18th September 2019 Prior hearing
24th September 2019 Posting of final results
25th September to 15th October 2019 Submission of complaints
Until 22nd October 2019 Publication of decision about complaints
27th September to 4th October 2019 Online enrolment
11th to 21st October 2019 Admission of non-placed applicants*
Until 4th October 2019 Request of credit transfer regarding prior training / work experience
Until 25st October 2019 Publication of credit transfer results
Up to 10 working days after the publication of the credit transfer results Change of the registration in result of the credit transfer process
Change of institution/course pairing - 1st year (single phase)
Change of institution/course pairing - 1st year and Others for MIB, MIEEC, MIEGI, MIEIC, MIEM and MIEQ
10th december 2018 to 6th August 2019 Submission of applications
4th September 2019 Posting of provisional results
5th to 18th September 2019 Prior hearing
24th September 2019 Posting of final results
25th September to 15th October 2019 Submission of complaints
22nd October 2019 Publication of decision about complaints
27th September to 4th October 2019 Online enrolment
11th to 21st October 2019 Admission of non-placed applicants*
Until 4th October 2019 Request of credit transfer regarding prior training / work experience
Until 25th October 2019 Publication of credit transfer results
Up to 10 working days after the publication of the credit transfer results Change of the registration in result of the credit transfer process

* The eventual call of non-placed applicants will be made by e-mail sent to the address indicated on the application process. Applicants who are called will have 24 hours to reply and say whether they are interested in the place available. After this deadline, and if there is no reply from the applicant called, this applicant will lose the chance to occupy the place available and the following non-placed applicant in the ranking list will be called.

Pre-requirement of Qualification

1. Having done the entrance examinations (or “equivalent”) required for the cycle of studies students are applying for (see table).
2. In their application for higher education, having obtained on the entrance examinations (or equivalent national examination) grades equal to, or higher than, the legally established limits:

  1. Minimum grade on the entrance examinations: 95 points (on a scale from 0 to 200);
  2. Minimum application grade: 100 points (on a scale from 0 to 200).

3. Having obtained on the entrance examinations (or equivalent national examination) grades equal to, or higher than, the minimum limits established by the direction of the cycle of studies they are applying for (if any minimum limits have been established).

Notes:

For the Master in Mechanical Engineering (MIEM), applicants must have had at least 140 points (on a scale from 0 to 200) in the Mathematics A secondary education examination and in the Physics and Chemistry econdary education examination.
For the Master in Mechanical Engineering (MIEM), applicants must have recognition to at least 30 ECTS in MIEM.

For the Master in Electrical and Computers Engineering (MIEEC), only applicants with a grade equal to, or higher than, 120 points (on a scale from 0 to 200) in the Mathematics A secondary education examination will be admitted.

For the Master in Engineering and Industrial Management (MIEGI), applicants must have had at least 140 points (on a scale from 0 to 200) in the Mathematics A and the Physics and Chemistry secondary education examinations.
For the Master in Engineering and Industrial Management (MIEGI), applicants must have had at least 130 points (on a scale from 0 to 200) in the secondary education final grade.

Cycle of Studies Entrance examinations (2019/2020)
Licenciatura in Engineering Sciences - Mining and Geo-Environmental Engineering One of the following sets:
02 Biology and Geology
19 Mathematics A
or
07 Physics and Chemistry
19 Mathematics A
Master in Bioengineering One of the following sets:
02 Biology and Geology
19 Mathematics A
or
07 Physics and Chemistry
19 Mathematics A
Master in Civil Engineering 07 Physics and Chemistry
19 Mathematics A
Master in Environmental Engineering One of the following sets:
02 Biology and Geology
19 Mathematics A
or
07 Physics and Chemistry
19 Mathematics A
Master in Electrical and Computers Engineering 07 Physics and Chemistry
19 Mathematics A
Master in Engineering and Industrial Management 07 Physics and Chemistry
19 Mathematics A
Master in Informatics and Computing Engineering One of the following sets:
07 Physics and Chemistry
19 Mathematics A
or
19 Mathematics A
18 Portuguese
Master in Mechanical Engineering 07 Physics and Chemistry
19 Mathematics A
Master in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering 07 Physics and Chemistry
19 Mathematics A
Master in Chemical Engineering 07 Physics and Chemistry
19 Mathematics A

Ranking Criteria

  1. Applicants will be ranked according to their academic path grade, or CPA, (on a scale from 0 to 200) weighing the entrance examinations required at the time of the application to access the cycle of studies they are applying for (available on their ENES file), as well as any credit transfer regarding curricular units completed in the cycle of studies of origin.

  2. Upon application, applicants must provide a copy of their ENES file (or “equivalent” declaration) containing the necessary information to enable the calculation or attribution of their CPA by the Jury for Assessment of Applications.

Calculation of the Academic Path Grade (CPA):

 

A - Grade “equivalent” to the higher education access grade (on a scale from 0 to 200), taking into consideration the specific examinations currently required for the cycle of studies they are applying for;
C12 - Grade of the 10th/12th school year;
CE1 – Grade of the 1st entrance examination;
CE2 - Grade of the 2nd entrance examination.

B - Average grade of the curricular units that are relevant to the cycle of studies the student is applying for (curricular units regarding which credits will be transferred);

Ni - Number of ECTS previously accumulated (number of ECTS that will be transferred to the student) in areas of the cycle of studies the student is applying for;

Ci - Grade of each curricular unit regarding which credits will be transferred;

TOT - Total number of ECTS credits of the cycle of studies the student is applying for.

Therefore, the university path has a weight proportional to the number of ECTS previously accumulated in areas of the cycle of studies the student is applying for (up to a maximum of 50%), with the remaining weight being attributed to the pre-university path.


 Notes:

1 - In the 1st phase and in the 2nd phase, only applicants with a CPA equal to, or higher than, 140 points (on a scale from 0 to 200) will be admitted, and the remaining will be excluded.

2 - For the Master in Bioengineering (MIB), in the regime Change of institution/course pairing - 1st year (M1), only applicants with an academic path grade (CPA) equal to, or higher than, 160 points (on a scale from 0 to 200) will be admitted. In the regime Change of institution/course pairing – under protocols, applicants will be admitted in accordance with the conditions set out in the corresponding protocol.

3 - For the Master in Engineering and Industrial Management (MIEGI), in the regime Change of institution/course pairing - 1st year , only applicants with an academic path grade (CPA) equal to, or higher than, 170 points (on a scale from 0 to 200) will be admitted. For the Master in Engineering and Industrial Management (MIEGI), in the regime Change of institution/course pairing - Others, only applicants with an academic path grade (CPA) equal to, or higher than, 130 points (on a scale from 0 to 200) will be admitted.

4 - For the Master in Informatics and Computing Engineering (MIEIC) , in the regime Change of institution/course pairing - 1st year , only applicants with an academic path grade (CPA) equal to, or higher than, 160 points (on a scale from 0 to 200) will be admitted. For the Master in Informatics and Computing Engineering (MIEIC) , in the regime Change of institution/course pairing - Others, only applicants with an academic path grade (CPA) equal to, or higher than, 150 points (on a scale from 0 to 200) will be admitted.


5- For the Master in Electrical and Computers Engineering (MIEEC), applicants must have recognition to at least 24 ECTS in MIEEC. For the Master in Electrical and Computers Engineering (MIEEC) only applicants with an average grade equal to, or higher than, 120 (on a scale from 0 to 200) in the curricular units that are relevant to the cycle of studies they are applying for (curricular units regarding which credits will be transferred) will be admitted.

 


Tie-breaking criterion
In the event of a tie, priority will be given to applicants who have obtained the best grade on the entrance examinations (on a scale from 0 to 200).

Documents Required

The following documents must be submitted:

1. ID document (Citizen Card / ID Card /Passport) or declaration containing the identification data (mandatory);

2. Supporting document attesting completion of secondary education, containing the grade of the 10th/12th school year (Higher education application history or ENES file) (1). For foreign qualifications, a certificate of equivalence to Portuguese secondary education, including the final average grade, issued by a national competent authority (2) (mandatory);

3. Supporting document with the results of the Portuguese national examinations that correspond to the entrance examinations required for the cycle of studies (Higher education application history or ENES file), or supporting document with the results of foreign examinations legally equivalent to Portuguese entrance examinations through the application of Article 20-A of Decree-Law No. 296 -A/98, of 25th September,  in its current version (3) (mandatory);

4. Certificate of the higher education institution listing the curricular units in which you got a passing grade, indicating the regime (semester/year) and the number of credit units/ECTS (4) (Obs: The curricular units indicated in this document must be considered in the credit transfer process.) (mandatory);

5. Declaration issued by a competent entity attesting that the cycle of studies you have been registered in is set out as higher education in the legislation of the corresponding country (5);

6. Certificate/declaration issued by the last higher education institution you registered in, stating that you are not time-barred in the academic year for which the application is being submitted. If you cannot obtain this certificate/declaration, you must issue a declaration of honour to that effect, however the enrolment will be conditional until you present the certificate (mandatory);

7. Declaration of honour as you will not complete the cycle of studies before the end of the applications deadline (mandatory);

8. Photo (optional).

Notes:
(1) Applicants who have been admitted to FEUP via Over 23 Years Old, Technological Specialization Courses (CET) and Holders of a Vocational Senior Technician Certificate must present a document certifying their admission to higher education through one of these regimes.

(2) For more information regarding equivalence to Portuguese secondary education, see http://www.dge.mec.pt/equivalencias-estrangeiras

(3) Documents, including in digital format, must be authenticated by consular offices or embassies of Portugal located in the country where the qualification was obtained or hold the Hague Apostille (for countries that acceded to the Hague Convention). The same applies to the translations (mandatory) of documents whose original language is not Portuguese, Spanish, French or English.
If the authentication with the Hague Apostille is done on a certified copy of the original document, during this process the signature(s) that appear on the original document must be certified so that the capacity of the signatory(ies) of the original document is verified and ensured.
Obs.: Documents can be submitted unauthenticated in the application stage. However, admitted applicants who have any pending document in their application process (e.g. unauthenticated certificates) will only be able to enrol after they deliver/send the said document.

(4) UP students are only required to scan and attach the information included in their “Percurso Académico” (Academic Path);
- If you have not obtained a passing grade in any curricular units, you must present a higher education registration certificate;
- For foreign qualifications, the certificate of the higher education institution listing the curricular units (transcript) must be authenticated in accordance with the information in note (3) above;

(5) One of the following declarations may be presented:
- Declaration issued by the competent entity of the country where the qualification was obtained recognising the institution as part of its higher education system;
or
- Declaration issued by DGES (Directorate-General of Higher Education) attesting the level of the foreign training for the purposes of equivalence/recognition, in accordance with the procedure set out at https://www.dges.gov.pt/pt/pagina/declaracoes-naric


Admitted applicants who have any pending document in their application process will only be able to enrol after they deliver/send the said document.

Fees

Application is subject to the payment of a non-refundable fee of 55 euros.

Procedure to generate ATM references
1. Click on the button  next to the application fee.
2. Confirm the data displayed and click "Atribuir" (Assign) and the associated reference will be automatically generated (note: It may take a while to generate ATM references).
3. If you click "Voltar à conta corrente" (Back to current account), you will see the reference generated.

Payments from abroad must be made by bank transfer, at payer’s expenses, using the information in the attached document.
Then, you must send proof of the bank transfer to acesso.ingresso@fe.up.pt, with the following data:
- Name of the payer and the name of the applicant, address, country, tax identification number and the purpose of the payment (application, enrolment fee, tuition fee, etc.).

Notes:
- After the deadline for submitting applications, applicants have 5 additional days to ensure the payment of the corresponding fee, which is required for the application to become effective. After this deadline, any applications regarding which fees have not been paid will be rejected outright.
- Applicants who have been excluded or not placed in one phase, and who wish to apply for a following phase, must submit a new application and pay the corresponding fees.

 

Procedures

Procedure for submission of application

  1. Choose the intended cycle of studies/course and access regime (Applications).
  2. Select "Apresentar a candidatura" (Submit application). If you are already a student at FEUP, you will have to log in using your student’s username and password. If you are not a student at FEUP, you will be asked to complete a user registration form. The credentials (username and password) will be sent to the email address you specify on that form. For technical reasons, it is not advisable to use Hotmail or Yahoo e-mail addresses.
  3. Fill in the application form and attach the requested documents. Please note that fields in red are mandatory.
  4. Submit your application. If an error is detected (e.g. mandatory fields left blank), the system displays an alert message.
    If the information is successfully submitted, you must check all data entered and either confirm or edit the data.
  5. After confirmation of your application submission you will see information regarding the payment of the corresponding fee with ATM references. For payments made from abroad, please check the information available in the Fees section (see above).
  6. If you have encountered any problems while submitting your application, you must report them to acesso.ingresso@fe.up.pt during the application submission period or on the working day following the deadline for submission.

Procedure for checking the status of your application

  1. Log into the information system with the username and password that you used in your application;
  2. Click on your name;
  3. Select the academic year of the application(s) you submitted;
  4. In the options that appear on the right hand side of the page, select "Candidaturas de Ingresso" (Applications).

Procedure to request credit transfer/recognition

  1. Credit transfer/recognition request (optional) is subject to the non-refundable payment of the fees set-out inTable of fees of the University of Porto.
  2. If you wish to create a credit transfer request, in the field "You want to make a request for recognition" of the application form, select "Yes".
  3. In the options on the right hand side of the page, under "Reconhecimentos" (Credit transfer), select "Criar/Editar" (Create/Edit) and enter the request.
  4. After creating the credit transfer/recognition request, you must complete and submit the application.
If you do not intend to request recognition/credit transfer, thereby being placed in the 1st year, you must issue and present a declaration to that effect, along with the certificate listing the curricular units completed. If you do not present the said declaration, that implies that you intend to request credit transfer regarding the curricular units completed. Therefore, if you are placed and have not requested credit transfer during the application process, you will necessarily have to do so upon enrolment.

Note: If, when applying, students do not declare a curricular unit completed before their application to FEUP and do not request the corresponding credit transfer, they will not be able to request credit transfer at any later time.

Procedure for online enrolment
This procedure will be available through a link on the homepage of FEUP at the beginning of the enrolment period.

Applicable Legislation

Note: The following applicable legislation is only available in Portuguese.

Ministerial Order No. 181-D/2015, of 19th June – Approves the Regulation concerning the readmission regime and the change of institution/course pairing regime in higher education, amended by:

Ministerial Order No. 305/2016, of 6th December

Decree-Law No. 296-A/98, of 25th September - Regulates the regime for access and admission to higher education amended by:

Decree-Law No. 90/2008, of 30th May – Amends and republishes Decree-Law No. 296-A/98, of 25th September, which sets out the regime for access and admission to higher education

Resolution No. 586/2018, of 11th May – Application of students who have completed their secondary education abroad to Portuguese higher education institutions - 2019/2020.

Resolution No. 974/2015, of 29th May – Regulates the application of article 20-A of Decree-Law No. 296-A/98, of 25th September as amended by Decree-Law No. 90/2008, of 30th May, and with Resolution No. 586/2018, of 11th May 

Ministerial Order No. 224/2006, of 8th March – Approves the comparative tables between the Portuguese education system and other education systems (Germany, Angola, Cape Verde, Russian Federation, Greece, Mexico, Mozambique, United Kingdom, People's Republic of China and Ukraine), as well as the conversion tables of the corresponding grading systems, in accordance with article 5(a) of Decree-Law No. 227/2005, of 28th December

Ministerial Order No. 699/2006, of 12th July - Approves the comparative tables between the Portuguese education system and other education systems (South Africa, Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cuba, Denmark, Spain, United States of America, France, Guinea-Bissau, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Luxemburg, Morocco, Moldavia, Netherlands, Pakistan, Romania, São Tomé and Príncipe, Senegal, Switzerland, East Timor, Tunisia, Turkey, Venezuela and Zimbabwe), as well as the conversion tables of the corresponding grading systems regarding several countries. It repeals Order No. 27249/2004, of 9th December


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