The following may apply:
a) Holders of a Master's degree or legal equivalent;
b) Holders of a Bachelor's degree (Licenciatura) with a particularly relevant academic or scientific curriculum recognized by the Scientific Committee as attesting to their ability to carry out this course;
c) Those with an academic, scientific or professional curriculum recognized by the Scientific Committee as attesting to their ability to carry out this course.
The Scientific Committee of each course may determine which admission conditions should be considered, thus restricting or detailing the conditions defined (see information for each course).
Information on tuition fees for 2020/2021 available here.
|Programmes/Cycle of Studies||Phase||Numerus Clausus||Curricular year|
|Advanced Studies in Building Rehabilitation||1||5|
|Advanced Studies in Project in Engineering||1||50|
|Advanced Studies in Refining, Petrochemical and Chemical Engineering||1||20|
|Advanced Studies in Sustainable Energy Systems||1||10|
|Advanced Studies in Technology Management Enterprise||1||15|
|Advanced Studies in Refining, Petrochemical and Chemical Engineering||20||20||N/A||N/A|
|Advanced Studies in Technology Management Enterprise||20||15||20||N/A|
|Advanced Studies in Project in Engineering||100||50||50||N/A|
|Advanced Studies in Building Rehabilitation||20||5||14||17|
|Advanced Studies in Sustainable Energy Systems||12||10||12||N/A|
1 – Any leftover places from each phase will be added to the places available for the following phase.
The number of places available for the 3rd phase for Advanced Studies in Building Rehabilitation has been updated and it already includes leftover places from the previous phases.
2-The number of places available for the 2nd phase for Advanced Studies in Technology Management Enterprise has been updated and it already includes leftover places from the previous phase.
The ranking criteria are defined per course (see information for each course).
Some cycles of studies or application phases may have minimum requirements for admission, such as a ranking grade equal to, or higher than, a specific value out of 200.
Ranking grade: the result obtained by using the calculation formula provided for in the ranking criteria.
1 – In the 1st phase, only applicants who provide supporting documents attesting that they have completed the necessary qualifications to apply will be admitted.
2 – In the 2nd phase and subsequent phases, applicants who have completed or are expected to complete the cycle of studies by the end of the application deadline* will be accepted for ranking. If applicants do not have a graduation certificate yet, they must present a declaration of honour stating that they have completed the necessary qualifications to apply.
Enrolment will be subject to the presentation of the corresponding certificate.
* Except for courses which have other admission conditions to operate.
(1) Notes for applicants from foreign higher education:
If the original certificates were not issued in Portuguese, Spanish, French or English, applicants must mandatorily submit the original documents along with the corresponding official/certified translation into one of the above-mentioned languages.In addition to these, you may be required to present other documents depending on the course you are applying for (information available in the application process).
Procedure for submission of application
Procedure for checking the status of your application
Procedure to request credit transfer/recognition
Procedure to request a declaration of admission
The declaration of admission is only issued upon request by an applicant who has been admitted to the course they applied for. The declaration must be request by sending an e-mail to email@example.com after the deadlines for posting of the results indicated for each application phase.Procedure for online enrolment
This procedure will be available through a link on the homepage of FEUP at the beginning of the enrolment period.