WHY STUDY AT FEP?
Mission and Objectives
PRIZES AND DISTINCTIONS
Memberships and Rankings
WHY STUDY AT FEP?
Programmes in English
International Degree Seeking Students
International Exchange Students
INTERNATIONAL VISITING PROFESSORS/RESEARCHERS
International Opportunities for FEP Students
COUNSELLING AND CAREER ADVICE
Host Me Programme
The portuguese school of management and economics with the highest marks required on entry
124 full-time teachers (90% PhD)
2 research centres rated as Very Good by FCT: CEF.UP and LIAAD; Studies and surveys; Research on public finances and fraud
Bachelor, Master and PhD degrees
Part of the best portuguese University according to the main international rankings: University of Porto
300 students from 55 countries; 79 courses taught in english; 2 MSc and PhD degrees taught in English; 2 Double Degrees
89% of the master students are placed in the labour market 3 months after the completion of the programme
Alumni placed in the best companies and institutions of the country and abroad
FEP is a member of QTEM - The Network Master in Quantitative Techniques for Economics and Management; Partnerships with 83 universities in 27 countries
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FEP’s Masters Fair - 10 to 12 March, in the main hall of FEP
We have prepared some presentations of the different Masters and PhDs made by those who know them best.
Advanced English for Master Programmes – Applications until the 1st of April
This course is aimed at students and applicants for the Masters and PhDs of FEP taught in English.
QTEM Master Programme
Network Master programme which brings together outstanding students, academic partners and international corporations.The QTEM certificate is an addition t(...)
FEP has prepared a student's guide with relevant information to facilitate the academic integration.
Platform of Student and Employee
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