Applications for 2018/2019
 

International Candidates

1st Phase

2nd Phase

  • Applications: February 1 to April 13
  • Interviews: on a rolling basis
  • Posting of Results: April 27
  • Registration: April 30 to May 4
  • Applications: May 2 to July 11
  • Interviews: on a rolling basis
  • Posting of Results: July 24
  • Registration: from July 26 to August 1


National Candidates

1st Phase

2nd Phase

  • Applications: February 5 to June 6
  • Interviews: on a rolling basis
  • Posting of Results: June 14
  • Registration: June 18 and 22
  • Applications: from June 11 to July 20
  • Interviews: on a rolling basis
  • Posting of Results: July 24
  • Registration: from July 26 to August 1

 

Admission Requirements

 

Documents required for the application
 

  • Application form;
  • Curriculum Vitae;
  • University Transcripts of Records - Original documents should be presented upon registration;
  • Identification document (Passport or ID card);
  • 1 passport size photo;
  • Vaccination record (tetanus vaccine updated);
  • Payment of the non-refundable application fee

Note: Besides those mentioned above, any other documents that Applicants find relevant to their application may be included.

 

Application Process
 

  1. Deliver all the required documents and the proof of payment of the non-refundable application fee to Academic Registry;

     
  2. After sending all required documents, an interview will take place with the candidate (interviews with international candidates can be held by skype or telephone). This step is not mandatory but may be requested by the Master’s Coordinator.
     
  3. Publication of the admissions list.

 

Payment of application fee
 

National Candidates: Can pay the application fee through MB – “Pagamento de Serviços”. Please request a reference from hbrandao@lisboa.ucp.pt.

 

Contacts

Marketing and Communication Office - Masters

E-mail: mastersfch@fch.lisboa.ucp.pt
Phone: (+351) 217 214 293

Testimonial

Zhou Shenglan

Master in Asian Studies
“Studying Asia from a non-Asian perspectives is highly interesting”