The Master’s degree in English and Foreign Languages Teaching is a second cycle which seeks the acquisition of the necessary pedagogical and scientific skills for teaching in 1st, 2nd and 3rd cycles of basic education and in secondary education, bearing in mind the transformations in society, education and in the technological and scientific evolution.
The Master’s degree is four semesters long (120 ECTS).
Predominant scientific areas:
The different training components of the Master’s degree seek:
Students may only sign up for the Initiation to Professional Practice subject after having been approved in subjects English Didactics I and II and German / Spanish / French Didactics I and II.
Numerus clausus: 63
Graduate degree with 102 ECTS in English and 60 ECTS in German, Spanish or French (of which 36 ECTS must be in the domain of language).
The student might also apply as long as he/she has a graduate degree and 118 ECTS in both education domains, being able to complete the remaining 42 ECTS (=7 subjects) while attending the Master’s degree.
To the applicants for this Master’s degree, the achievement of the following levels will be requested (according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages): English C1, French C1, Spanish B2 e German B2.
In case of applicants who may have completed their language education before the European Framework’s levels of identification or who may have had discontinuities in their academic path, the Course’s Scientific Commission may request the accomplishment of an additional test.
Accomplishment of a Portuguese written test and interview.
The application grade will be calculated in function of the following percentages:
1. Graduate degree – 80%
2. Portuguese written test – 10%
3. Interview – 10%
Tiebreaker factors – the same as in general Higher Education access law.
|Director:||Rogélio Ponce de León Romeo|
|Type of course/cycle of studies:||Masters Degree|