Contacts

Marketing and Communication Office - Undergraduate

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

Program Description


The Applied Foreign Language (LEA) undergraduate degree is one of the founding programs of the Faculty of Human Sciences.

A national pioneer in the university provision of this field of study, the LEA degree contains an international transdisciplinary vocation and remains innovative and relevant to an increasingly complex employment market demanding professionals able to produce multidisciplinary, integral and rigorous responses based on solid scientific and ethical grounds.

Aggregating the learnings of different Faculties, the multidisciplinary degree program rests on three fundamental pillars:

  1. Learning languages and their complex cultural frameworks;
  2. Theoretical reflection on cultural, juridical and economic contexts within ever more globalised societies;
  3. Knowledge of the most functional type and able to orient students towards diverse labour contexts (geographically and culturally diversified) in which they develop specialised professional practices.

 

Why choose Business Relations?

The objective of this specialization involves training agile and creative professionals for working within the contexts of both companies and organisations.

This provides a broad background in the field of languages and cultures across both the practical and theoretical dimensions allied with specific subjects from across the fields of management, economics and law.

 

Contacts

Marketing and Communication Office - Undergraduate

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

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 (…).”