Mobility programmes

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Universidade Católica Portuguesa students have access to various International Mobility Programmes.

Erasmus+

The Erasmus + Programme is a European Union Programme for Education, Training, Youth and Sport in effect from 2014 to 2020.

The Erasmus Programme enables the mobility of students wishing to undertake a period of studies at another institution with which there is an Erasmus + Bilateral Agreement. The mobility may be of a one semester duration up to a maximum twelve-month period. Please see the list of UCP partnerships with international universities. 

Erasmus+ also provides higher education students with the opportunity to undertake a curricular, extracurricular or recent-graduate internship, from two to twelve months, within a working context (SMP mobility). This programme includes specific grants for internships.

 

Other mobility programmes

Almeida Garrett Programme

The Almeida Garrett Programme is a national mobility Programme for higher education students that seeks to enhance the quality and strengthen the national scope of the Portuguese university education system. The Programme also provides the means for undertaking a period of studies at a national host university with full subsequent academic recognition.

 

Various exchange programmes are established by the respective academic units. Please see the websites of the respective units for further information.

 

Católica Lisbon School of Business and Economics 

Faculty of Law – Lisbon School 

Institute for Political Studies 

Faculty of Human Sciences

Faculty of Theology 

Institute of Health Sciences (Lisbon) -

School of Arts 

Faculty of Law – Porto School

Faculty of Biotechnology 

Católica Porto Business School 

Faculty of Education and Psychology

Institute of Health Sciences (Porto)

 

National Mobility

Faculty of Law – Porto School

National mobility, throughout one semester, at the UCP Lisbon School of the Faculty of Law.

 

Free Mobility

Mobility without any financing taking pace under the auspices of cooperation agreements in which students pay fees at their university of origin. Academic recognition is guaranteed prior to departure through the drafting of learning agreements. Within the framework of such agreements, there is no scope for the concession of study grants.