Undergraduate Degree in Social and Cultural Communication Studies


Applications | 2019-2020 Academic Year
 

Requirements:

Students are eligible to apply when, in 2018-2019, attending the first or second year of their undergraduate degree.

First year students applying to the mobility program are only accepted when passing into the second year of study, an essential requirement for acceptance onto the program.
 

Selection Criteria:

The selection criteria are established by the FCH Erasmus Program Coordinator following consultation by the degree Coordinator.

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

  1. Average grade and number of subjects completed* at the time of applying;
     
  2. Foreign language attended by the student is the same as the language of the intended country of study;
     
  3. Level of maturity, nature and motivation for Erasmus mobility;
     
  4. Interview, whenever necessary.

*Considering the student's year of study.

Procedures:

Students interested in applying should complete the form and submit their applications, via email, to the FCH Erasmus secretary (c.santos@fch.lisboa.ucp.pt), before February 24, 2019.

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).
     

Partner Universities   

Table of Monthly Erasmus Grants     Erasmus+ Student Charter

Erasmus + Programme |Financial support to participants with special needs

Testimonial

Miguel Vieira

Aluno do 3.º ano
Comunicação Social e Cultural
"(...) Na Faculdade de Ciências Humanas, são potenciadas as nossas qualidades não só profissionais, mas também pessoais. (...) Durante este percurso, o companheirismo, a união e a entreajuda que existe entre todos os alunos são reflexo dos valores que nos são transmitidos pela FCH. Na Universidade Católica Portuguesa, sinto que tenho um caminho a percorrer no qual estarei sempre acompanhado."