study in portugal
Portugal is one of the most popular countries for study exchange programmes and many universities are active members of the Erasmus program. Portuguese universities are both focusing both on providing valuable theoretical knowledge and on engaging students in prevalent research projects. Many universities are affiliated with several research centres and they have been contributing to more than 1% of the world’s highly cited publications.
OPORTO GLOBAL UNIVERSITY PORTUGAL
INFORMATICS – PROGRAMMING
BACHELOR IN PSYCOLOGY
EUROPEAN & COMPARITIVE LAW
TOURISM & HOSPITALITY
INFORMATICS SPECILIZATION IN SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
MARKETING & DIGITAL BUSINESS
MPHIL MANAGEMENT – BUSINESS
CLINICAL & HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY
The higher education in Portugal follows the traditional three-cycle format, split into undergraduate (Bachelor’s), graduate (Master’s) and postgraduate (Doctorate) certifications.
There are typically three rounds of applications for students in Portugal, as courses can begin either in the Fall or Spring semesters. You should check with your chosen institution as deadlines can differ, but usually the first round of applications ends in April-May, the second in June-July and the third in August-September. You should receive a response from the university one or two months after the application deadline.
Over 50,000 international students choose Portugal as their study abroad destination every year, and for good reason. Portugal has a lower cost of living and lower tuition fees in comparison to many other European nations. Budget wary international students can rest assured that Portugal offers top quality education with the exciting vibrancy of the Mediterranean lifestyle, without breaking your piggy bank.
Portugal boasts more than 125 private and public higher education institutions. With a globally recognized education system, international students heading to Portugal can look forward to a study abroad experience of a lifetime!