Admissions with national year 12

Number of places: 150

Application Grade

Your secondary education final grade or the grade of a legally equivalent diploma carries a weighting of 60% of your application grade. The grade obtained in the entry examinations carries a weighting of 40%.

Calculate your application grade here
 

Compulsory Entry Examinations

The entry examinations are two of the following Secondary Education subjects:

18 Portuguese | 11 History | 06 Philosophy |16 Mathematics*

(* Mathematics Applied to Social Sciences is excluded) 

Minimum Entry Grade (0 to 200 scale):

  • Secondary education final grade equal to or greater than 100.
  • Entry examinations score equal to or greater than 95.
Where to make your application

Candidates with the national Year 12, completed in Portugal or abroad, may apply in person, in Lisbon, at the Catholic University premises, or online, within the time limits set for that purpose.

For any other cases, the application must be made in person at the Catholic University premises in Lisbon.

Documents needed:

  1. Original ENES form, or authenticated copy thereof
  2. Portuguese Identity Card (original or photocopy) 

For further information here.


Application Deadline
  1st Period 2nd Period

Applications deadlines

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Posting of Results to be defined to be defined
Enrolment deadlines to be defined to be defined
  1. In the first period, all candidates that meet the admissions conditions will be ranked.
  2. ​In the second period, a) and b) below will be ranked together and under the same circumstances:
    a) candidates excluded from the 1st application period because their grade fell below the minimum grade required to be admitted at that time;
    b)new candidates.

Candidates who may wish to visit the University and the Campus, either in group or individually, may arrange a visit with the Undergraduate Admissions Office.

Contacts

Undergraduate Programme - Admissions Office

Ana Sousa Garcia
E-mail: candidaturas@fd.lisboa.ucp.pt
Phone: (+351) 21 721 41 57