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Master Degree in Oncology

InformationCourse/CS accredited by the Agency for Assessment and Accreditation of Higher Education (A3ES).

Access qualifications:

May apply to the Master's Degree in Oncology (MO) those who meet one of the following conditions, according to Article 17 of DL 74/2006 and in its successive wordings:

a) Holder of a bachelor's degree or legal equivalent in Medicine, Dental Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Biology, Biochemistry, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Nursing, Psychology, Health Technologies and other bachelor's degrees or legal equivalent, in the health sciences area with an interest in oncology with a minimum classification of 14 values;

b) Holder of a foreign higher academic degree in accordance with points c) and d) of the aforementioned article, in one of the areas described in the previous point, with a minimum classification of 14 values;

c) Graduates with a classification lower than 14 values may be admitted after a curricular evaluation to be carried out by the Scientific Committee, as long as they recognise as sufficient the academic, scientific, or professional curriculum that attests their ability to undertake the course.

Duration of the master's degree: 2 years

Schedule: daytime

BEGINNING OF THE ACADEMIC YEAR: 11 September 2023


Objectives

This master's degree aims to contribute to a solid training based on current knowledge obtained from basic and clinical research in Oncology. It addresses issues from the development of cancer, its genetic linkage and the molecular basis of therapy.


Comments

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General Regulation 2nd Cycles of Studies - document available only in Portuguese.

Rules for the elaboration of the dissertation - document available only in Portuguese.


International student:

Regulation student worker status – document available only in Portuguese.

Regulations for the Application of the International Student Statute of the University of Porto: Special Contests for Admission to Higher Education 


International student, find all the answers you need to study at the University of Porto, at the following link: 

International Students - Frequently Asked Questions

For degrees obtained in foreign countries, international students must submit, in the application process, a certificate/declaration issued by the institution that awarded the degree with the final classification and the used grading scale. These documents must contain the Hague Apostille or be validated by the Portuguese Consulate/Embassy in the country where the degree was awarded.

APPLICATIONS:

1st phase: 2 vacancies
2nd phase: 18 vacancies

Ranking criteria

 

1st phase

2nd phase

Submission of applications

24-02-2023 - 21-04-2023

17-07-2023 - 25-07-2023

Posting of provisional results

10-05-2023

01-08-2023

Prior hearing

11-05-2023 - 24-05-2023

02-08-2023 - 16-08-2023

Posting of final results

30-05-2023

01-09-2023

Submission of complaints

31-05-2023 - 21-06-2023

04-09-2023 - 22-09-2023

Publication of the decision on complaints

28-06-2023

02-10-2023

Enrolment

31-05-2023 - 12-06-2023

04-09-2023 - 08-09-2023

Possible admission of non-placed applicants

13-06-2023 - 22-06-2023

11-09-2023 - 15-09-2023

Publication of leftover vacancies for the next phase

23-06-2023

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Numerus clausus: 20

Minimum number of students for the cycle of studies to operate: 15.

The application is subject to a non-refundable payment of 55 euros.

Consult here the tuition fees

Tuition fees may be paid in full at the time of enrolment or in 10 monthly instalments, the first being due at the time of enrolment/registration and the remaining in the months following the beginning of the academic year until the last day of each month.
 
NOTE: For any queries regarding tuition fees, please consult the tuition fees regulation – document available only in Portuguese.

List of possible U.P. option curricular units for MO students
(to be confirmed).

To present your application please enter in "admission applications" in your options menu (on your right) or access to the banner "Applications" available in the main page of ICBAS. 


Contacts

For information on applications or registrations please contact:

Academic Affairs

Goreti Lobo

 

Zélia Lopes

220428054

 

 220428021

Email: posgrad@icbas.up.pt 

Opening Hours:

♦ 10h00 - 12h00
♦ 14h00 - 15h30

General information

Official Code: 6497
Director: Carmen Jerónimo
Acronym: MO
Academic Degree: Master
Type of course/cycle of study: Masters Degree
Start: 2008/2009
Duration: 4 Semesters

Study Plan

Certificates

  • Master's Degree in Oncology - Clinical Oncology Speciality (120 ECTS credits)
  • Master's Degree in Oncology - Laboratory Oncology Speciality (120 ECTS credits)
  • Master's course in Oncology Sciences (60 ECTS credits)

Predominant Scientific Areas

  • Health Sciences
  • Health Sciences - Clinical Oncology
  • Health Sciences - Laboratory Oncology
  • All classifications

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