Under the exchange programs, Nova sends more than 250 students abroad per year and receives approximately the same number of students from all over the world, of any of the three Bologna cycles. NOVA has bilateral agreements with more than 100 universities, in 31 different countries: in Europe, Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Croatia, Denmark, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Russia, Slovenia, Spain, United Kingdom, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey; outside Europe, South Africa, Australia, Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, New Zealand, USA, Philippines, Mexico and Singapore.
Application Procedures and Deadlines
First things first. You must apply to be admitted as an exchange student at our School. Your application must be placed directly by your home university if there is a partnership agreement between the two institutions. The application should be addressed to the secretary for the Students Exchange Program, att. Ms. Fernanda Vicente.Application procedures are simple. You need:
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Please fill in the requested information and send it to us electronically. It''''''''s important to keep the deadlines, so we can timely prepare your arrival:
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Please download it and fill in the required information.
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Learning AgreementThis is the major element of your application. In order to carefully choose the courses to attend at FE of NOVA, we suggest that you follow the guidelines below:•Choose from those courses available to exchange students;•Most of those courses are taught in English but there are still a few that are taught in Portuguese, although examinations can be administered in both languages.
•Make sure your academic background meets the prerequisites defined for each selected course. A description of all the courses may be found in the site for each of the academic programmes to get an idea of their content.
Ensure coherence with home university studies. Select courses at FE of NOVA that complement those at home and seek the pedagogical assistance from your Student Exchange co-ordinator to design your study plan.
Coordinator:Professor Luciano Amaral Information and contacts:
Faculdade de Economia
Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Assistant:Fernanda Vicente: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information please refer to: http://www.fe.unl.pt/index.php?page=533