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General Information
Full legal name of the Institution Universidade Portucalense Infante D. Henrique
Full legal name of the Institution in English Portucalense University
Erasmus Code PPORTO07
Adress Rua Dr. António Benardino de Almeida,541, 4200-072, Porto, Portugal
Head of Institution/Rector Prof. Alfredo Marques
Institution’s web site
Facebook page
Erasmus University Charter Number   (EUC) 29200-LA-1-2014-1-PT-E4AKA1-ECHE
PIC Number 949569861
International Relations Office (Postal Adress) Rua Dr. António Bernardino de Almeida, 541 4200-072 Porto Portugal
Erasmus Institutional Coordinator Paula Morais, PhD, Vice-rector
International Relations Office Team Susana Correia da Silva, M.A.(Incoming students)
Tel: +351 225572134
Susana Carvalho (Outgoing students)
Tel: +351 225572130
Homepage for incoming Exchange students
Choose “Estudante” and then “International Relations “
Official language of instruction

Some courses in English
Tutorial support in English

Course catalogue Bachelors
Information technology
Hospitality Management
International Relations
Law for solicitors
Management and Information Systems
Social Education

Msc Programmes

IMPORTANT NOTE: Most of the classes are taught in Portuguese. However tutorial support in English is given in most of the curricular units. Besides, assessment is also carried out in English.
Each academic year, there are some courses offered in English in the areas of Management/Ecomomics and IT.
Free courses for Erasmus students • Portuguese as Foreign Language Course - Level A1

The course is offered in fall and spring semesters lasting 60 hours (2 x 2hrs per week).
Students who successfully conclude the semester course will be awarded 4 ECTS credits.

• Portuguese Culture Course (30h)

It includes lectures and visits to Porto’s heritage. Students will be awarded 2 ECTS.
Accommodation UPT does not provide housing for foreign students. Before and upon student’s arrival, the IRO and UPT buddies give advice and help in the search for accommodation. For the first days in Porto, it is recommended to book a room in a youth hostel:

Useful links for finding accommodation:

(Especially recommended for booking before coming to Porto)
Food UPT’s canteen opens daily, Monday to Friday, from 12 am to 2 pm. The whole meal (fish or meat plus soup, fruit, bread and water) costs approximately 4.00 EUR. There is one cafeteria that offers light meals/sandwiches. Just opposite UPT’s building you will find the shopping center Campus S. João which has a large food court, opened from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm.
University facilities 1 library. 1 canteen. 1 cafeteria. Office for psychological support/career counseling. Kiosk that sells school material, photocopying. Faculty of Sports – 5 min. walking distance.
Health/LiabilityInsurance European Card of health assistance allows students from countries of the European Economic Area to be assisted in case of sickness or personal accident, thus taking advantage of a wider coverage in terms of health care. This card, to be requested to the social security service of home country, is a proof that the student is registered in that social security service and allows him to take advantage of health services in Portugal. In this case, students will be asked to pay as much as national citizens under the same circumstances. SMP students have to subscribe a scholar insurance prior to the beginning of their placement at Portuguese companies. This insurance will cover: Absolute temporary capacity for work due to accident or illness; Involuntary Unemployment; Hospitalization. When arriving at UPT, students must fill a declaration of adhesion and pay 25 Euros to be covered by that insurance.
Visa/ResidencePermits National students from European Union (EU) countries, European Economic Area/EEA (Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway) and Switzerland have the right to live in the national territory for a period up to 3 months without other conditions and/or formalities beyond having a valid identity card or passport. However, if their stay is longer than 3 months, they must formalize their right of residence within 30 days after the three-month stay in the country. For more information check the Foreigner’s Service (SEF – Serviço de Estrangeiros e Fronteiras):
Exchange period for First (Winter) Semester Middle September till beginning of January
Exchange period for Second (Spring) Semester Middle February till beginning of June
Deadline for applications for the First Semester 30th June
Deadline for applications for the Second Semester 2nd December
Welcome day for incoming students 1st semester: First day of academic year for 1st year students 2nd semester: First day of classes
Department of Psychology and Education Prof. Ana Conde -
Departament of Law Prof. André Matos -
Departament of Innovation, Science and Technology- Computers Science Prof. Isabel Seruca -
Departament of Innovation, Science and Technology- Economics and Management Prof. Mafalda Mendes Ribeiro -
Departament of Educational Sciences and Heritage Prof. Jorge Marques -
The Transcript of Records in English is issued by the Academic Office till 5 weeks after the last exam. It includes an explanation of the institutional grading system with respect to the ECTS grading system, as below.
ECTS grades Term used in English UIB grading interval/ grade Local grade
A Excellent 18-20 Excelente
B Very good 16 and 17 Muito Bom
C Good 14 and 15 Bom
D Satisfactory 10-13 Suficiente
F/FX Fail 0-9 Reprovado


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