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Applications 2017/18

Doctoral Programme in Public Health

The PhD Programme in Public Health aims to prepare individuals for research in specific Public Health areas, providing students with skills in design, methods and dissemination of health research. Also, graduates are expected to be able to apply these skills in different contexts, namely in the study of etiological factors, the analysis and management of problems of national and international health and in the planning and evaluation of health interventions.

The programme is aimed at graduates or masters in medicine and other areas of health sciences, social sciences and mathematics and comprises a team of highly qualified faculty as well as other administrative research resources, and facilities, including those available at the Institute of Public Health, that contribute to the quality of the program.

During the first year, the students haveasetofcore modules andaset ofelectivemodules that also include seminars, participation in journal clubs and a curricular unit to define the PhD thesis project. The students also have the opportunity to attend modules in international reference institutions.

The Programme has the collaboration of several international partners and has close relations with European networks for research and training in Public Health, namely as a member of ASPHER (The Association of Schools of Public Health in the European Region).

 

Teaching Languague : English

 

Eligibility&Criteria and sub-criteria for selection and ranking of candidates&Tiebreaker criteria&Comments

 


Information

Positions 

Min:5; Max: 17

[including positions under Erasmus Mundus - 2;CPLP - 3]

1st Phase - 6

2nd Phase - 6 + remaining positions

3rd Phase -  0


Phase 1

Online Applications: 20/03/2017 to 10/04/2017
Lists of admitted and non-admitted applicants - provisional results: The lists will be available until 24/04/2017
Prior hearing period: 25/04/2017 to 09/05/2017
Lists of admitted and non-admitted applicants (on-line) - definitive results: The lists will be available until 16/05/2017
Admission appeals and complaints (if applicable): 17/05/2017 to 18/05/2017
Registration deadline: 22/05/2017 to 02/06/2017

 

Phase 2 

Online Applications: 30/06/2017 to 19/07/2017
Lists of admitted and non-admitted applicants - provisional results: The lists will be available until 28/07/2017
Prior hearing period: 31/07/2017 to 11/08/2017
Lists of admitted and non-admitted applicants (on-line) - definitive results: The lists will be available until 05/09/2017
Admission appeals and complaints (if applicable): 06/09/2017 to 07/09/2017
Registration deadline: 11/09/2017 to 18/09/2017

 

Lists of admitted and non-admitted applicants - provisional results_HERE!  




BEGINNING OF THE SCHOOL YEAR

Starting Date: 21/09/2017

 

 

FEE

 

FEE

Fee Full Time: Reference value of UP = 2750¤  /year

Fee Part Time:2062,5¤ /year

 

FEE FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS:

Tuition fee for students covered by the International Student Status, approved by Decree-Law 36/2014 of 10 March)

Fee Full Time: 7500¤ /year

Fee Part Time: 5625¤/year

 

Fee Full Time (CPLP):  3750¤ /year

Fee Part Time (CPLP): 2812,5¤ /year

 

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS_ MORE INFORMATION HERE!


Comments

To assist the application, you can consult the Guide Support (1)

APPLICATION ONLINE HERE





To assist the registration, you can consult the Guide Support (2)

REGISTRATION ONLINE HERE


Contacts

INFORMATION

Department for Research and Post-Graduate Studies 
Tel.: + 351 220 426 959  
E.mail - daipg@med.up.pt 

General information

Official Code: 5233
Director: Carla Lopes
Acronym: PDSP
Academic Degree: Doctor
Type of course/cycle of study: Doctoral Degree
Start: 2007/2008
Duration: 6 Semesters

Study Plan

Certificates

  • Public Health (180 ECTS credits)
  • Curso de Doutoramento em Saúde Pública (60 ECTS credits)

Predominant Scientific Areas

Previous Courses/Cycles of Study

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