Applicants whose nationality is from outside the EU

The admission of candidates who do not hold Portuguese or other EU-member nationality is dependent on a number of factors under the International Student Statute.

Number of places: 2

(included in the access regime to the Law Degree for international students)
 

Applications Schedule (2024/2025)

 
1ST
PERIOD
2ND
PERIOD
APPLICATIONS
1st March
to 29th April
30th April
to 12th June

 

  • In the 1st period, all candidates that meet the admissions conditions will be ranked.
  • In the 2nd 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 needed to be admitted at that time;
    b) new candidates.


Entry Requirements

  • Having completed secondary education, including having had a pass grade for Portuguese Language
  • Having taken the ENEM, with a transcript regarding grades obtained in each area. For entry purposes, the following areas are valid: 
Human Sciences and Their Technologies | Languages, Codes and Their Technologies | Mathematics and Their Technologies
Application Grade

Your secondary education final grade or the grade of a legally equivalent diploma carries a weighting of 60% of your application grade + one of the above mentioned ENEM areas carries a weighting of 40%.

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.
  • Entry ENEM equal to or greater than 75.
  • Minimum entry grade: 100 (secondary education 60% +  one of the ENEM as mentioned above areas 40%). Applications with an application grade lower than 100 will be excluded.

 

Where to make your application

Candidates with the national Year 12, completed in Portugal or abroad, must be submitted online only.

Required documents to complete the application:


Note: for candidates from foreign secondary education systems outside Portugal the documents required for applying must be authenticated by the official Education entities of the respective country. They must also be authenticated by the Portuguese diplomatic or consular authority or the candidate must bring along the Hague Convention Apostille.

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

Admissions Office - Undergraduate Programme

Maria Pereira
E-mail: candidaturas.fd.sede@ucp.pt
Phone: (+351) 21 721 41 57
Cell Phone: (+351) 91 541 91 76


All face-to-face appointments must be scheduled by email.

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