University – education in Portugal Ratings of Portuguese universities The British newspaper Financial Times together with the Barcelona IESE Business School published a ranking of universities with high quality education in the field of economics and business. The list of the best includes: Catholic University (Universidade Católica, Lisbon), New University (Universidade Nova, Lisbon) and the School of Management of Porto (Escola de Gestão de Porto). They took 46th, 47th and 64th places. Universities of Portugal Universities of Portugal are divided into two types: public and private. Both are paid. The difference is in the amount of the fee. In the state, for example, a year of study can cost a family an average of 1,000 euros per year. And the cost of training in a private university is much higher, here, on average, a month of training costs 400-500 euros. Higher education in Portugal entitles you to the following academic degrees: Bachelor – 3 years of study. Licensee – from 4 to 6 years of study. Master. Ph.D. “Agregação” is the highest academic degree that allows you to engage in research and teaching. Higher education system No university can be opened and functioning unless it has been recognized by the state of Portugal. There are not many universities in the country, and they are divided into old-classical ones founded many centuries ago: the University of Lisbon, the Technical University of Lisbon, the University of Coimbra, the University of Porto and the new ones founded in the 80s-90s of the 20th century, these include For example, Catholic University. Education, admission, as well as transitions from one university to another, pass through the unified system of the Ministry of Education of Portugal. Students have the opportunity to pass from the private to the state and vice versa. Diplomas of Universities of Portugal are valid in any EU country. Admission to universities of emigrants First you need to confirm your high school diploma and provide a liner with grades! This item is very important. All grades are recalculated and the average grade is awarded to the prospective applicant. It depends on him whether you can apply for training. Confirmation of diplomas Thanks to the Bologna system, a bilateral agreement was signed between Portugal and Russia on the automatic recognition of school certificates and diplomas of higher education. For example, if you are a PhD, then in Portugal your diploma is equivalent to the degree of a doctor, and the diploma of higher education is in Portuguese terminology licenciatura (licentiate), the second cycle of higher education.