Undergraduate Degree in Applied Foreign Languages


Applications | 2018-2019 Academic Year
 

Requirements:

Students are eligible to apply when, in 2017-2018, attending the first or second year of their undergraduate degree. The requirement for applying to the Erasmus+ Program is attending at least the second year before joining the mobility program.
 

Selection Criteria:

The selection criteria are set by the FCH Erasmus+ Program Coordinator following consultation with the Scientific Area and Degree Coordinators.

Candidates are selected according to the following criteria, in descending order:

  1. Average grade for every subject completed at the time of applying;
     
  2. Average grade in the foreign language of the intended country of study;
     
  3. Level of maturity, nature and motivation for Erasmus mobility.
     

Interview:

Candidates are submitted to an interview in the respective destination country language whenever two or more candidates return absolutely the same results following the selection strategies described in points (1.) and (2.).
 

Procedures:

Students interested in applying are to complete the form and submit their application to the FCH Erasmus secretary; (c.santos@fch.lisboa.ucp.pt), before February 18, 2018.

The following documents are to be sent with the form otherwise the application is subject to rejection:

  • Curriculum Vitae;
     
  • Letter of motivation explaining the application (maximum of 10 lines, one and a half spaces).


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Testimonial

Ana Vilar

Consultant and Entrepreneur
Little Pink Riding Hood, The Netherlands
“(…) gathered a great deal of knowledge that is still today valuable to all of my professional experience, especially the flexibility and adaptability that it encourages through touching on various different areas. This cross-subject approach has proven fundamental to enabling me to advance with my personal projects with greater autonomy and confidence (…).”