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School Calendar 2022/2023



1st/Fall Semester

Start of 1st Year/Bachelor classes September 19th 2022
Start of classes, others September 12th 2022
FEUP Project Week (1st year) September 19th to 23th 2022
Celebration New Masters TBD
FEUP Day [1] TBD
FEUP week and Staff Mobil. Week [2] October 31st to November 4th 2022
Christmas Holidays December 19th 2022 to January 1st 2023
End of classes 1st Year/Bachelor January 06th 2023
End of classes, others December 16th 2022
Final Exams, 1st Year/Bachelor [3] January 16th to February 4th 2023
Final Exams, others [3] January 2th to February 4th 2023
Publication marks, 1st semester February 17th 2023
Special Period for concluding the study cycle 1st call[4] February 27th to March 18th 2023
Publication of marks, end-of-study period 1st call exams March 31st 2023
Special status exams Until May 13th 2023
Publication of marks, special status exams May 26th 2023



2nd/Spring Semester

Start of 1st Year/Bachelor classes February 6th 2023
Start of classes, others February 6th 2023
Carnival holidays February 20th to 21st 2023
U.Porto Day TBD
Easter holidays April 3rd to 10th 2023
Acad. and Staff Mobil. Week May 8th to 13th 2023
End of classes, 1st Year/Bachelor May 26th 2023
End of classes, others May 26th 2023
Final Exams, 1st Year/Bachelor [3] May 29th to July 1st 2023
Final Exams, others [3] May 29th to July 1st 2023
Publication of marks, 2nd semester July 14th 2023
Special Period for concluding the study cycle 2nd call[4] September 1st to 15th 2023
Publication of marks, end-of-study period 2nd call exams September 22nd 2023
Special status exams Until December 2nd 2023
Publication of marks, special status exams December 15th 2023

 

[1] Lecturers and students directly involved in the FEUP Day ceremonies will be excused from classes.

[2] FEUP Week is a period of interruption of classes and teaching mobility. It includes teaching activities (visits, exhibitions, lectures, ...), as well as the FEUP Project Congress.

[3] The examination periods may include a preparation period for the regular season and another one for the appeal season. The duration of these periods and of the regular and appeal seasons themselves will be decided by each course's Board of Directors, and the appeal season can never have a duration inferior to 8 working days.

[4] In accordance with article 12, paragraph 5, of the General Regulation for the Assessment of First Cycle and Integrated Master's and Second Cycle students of the University of Porto.
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