University of Porto - DescriptionOf the 1,854 full-time academic staff at the University of Porto, 1,522 (82%) have doctorates. It is this exceptional qualification level of the teaching staff, combined with advanced laboratory technology and equipment, as well as close connections with the business world, which ensure high-quality training, which is fully recognised by the labour market. The fifteen schools within the University of Porto provide an exceptional variety of postgraduate courses in all main scientific fields to the 8,061 master students and 1,612 PhD students: 100 2nd Cycle Courses (Masters) 43 3rd Cycle Courses (Doctorate) 279 Continuous Training Courses The University of Porto dominates the field of national scientific production, and is internationally recognised in various fields of research. Over 20% of the scientific articles produced each year in Portugal come from the 70 research units within the University of Porto. Over half of the 71 research units were classified as ?Excellent? or ?Very Good? by the latest assessment of the Foundation for Science and Technology. In fact, the University of Porto has some of the most advanced and internationally renowned Portuguese R&D centres. 71Research Units 36Units classified as ?Excellent? or ?Very Good? 8State Associated Laboratories 1,721Scientific papers indexed in the ISI Web...
Bachelor - University of PortoWith origins dating back to the eighteenth century, the University of Porto is a state university created the 22nd March 1911. The University of Porto is the largest university (Students: 27,690 of which 18,017 undergraduate and 9,673 postgraduate) in Portugal and one of the most prestigious teaching and research institutions in the country. Of the 1,854 full-time academic staff at the University of Porto, 1,522 (82%) have doctorates. It is this exceptional qualification level of the teaching staff, combined with advanced laboratory technology and equipment, as well as close connections with the business world, which ensure high-quality training, which is fully recognised by the labour market. Three campus buildings in the city of Porto house 14 faculties - Architecture, Fine Arts, Sciences, Nutrition and Food Science, Sport, Law, Economics, Engineering, Pharmacy, Arts, Medicine, Biomedical Sciences, Dental Medicine, Psychology and Education Sciences - a business school and over 70 research units at the University of Porto. With 475 training programmes, the University of Porto has teaching solutions for all, covering the whole range of study areas. The fifteen schools within the University of Porto provide an exceptional variety of courses, covering all levels of higher education, from degrees to continuous professional...
Description of University of PortoWith origins dating back to the eighteenth century, the University of Porto is currently one the most prestigious Higher Education Institutions of Europe. Close to 31,000 students, 2,300 (1,772.4 FTE) teachers and researchers along with 1,536 administrative staff attend its 15 schools and 51 scientific research units, spread across 3 university campuses located in the city of Porto. With 14 faculties and a business school, the University of Porto provides an exceptional variety of courses, covering the whole range of study areas and all levels of higher education. In fact, offering over 600 training programmes per year (from degrees to continuous professional training), the University of Porto has teaching solutions for everyone. The quality of its teaching staff (85% of which PhDs) ensures a high quality of training that makes the University of Porto the most sought-after University in Portugal and the chosen university for candidates with highest grades. Around 3,700 international students, from 111 different countries, attend the University of Porto each year. Half of them arrive through international cooperation agreements and the other half are students that choose attending a full-time programme at the University of Porto. The University of Porto is a major producer of Science in Portugal, responsible for 23% of the Portuguese articles indexed each year in the ISI Web of Science. In fact, the University of Porto has some of the most productive and internationally renowned Portuguese R&D centers. Over half of its research units were classified as “Excellent” or “Very Good” by the latest international evaluations. In the latest years, the University has been focusing in providing greater economic value to its scientific production and recent partnerships with the Portuguese industry leaders have already resulted in several innovations with proven success in the national and international markets. The innovation produced at the University of Porto has also led to the development of several new technologies and businesses. The University has 154 active patents and the University’s Science and Technology Park (UPTEC) serves as incubator for more than one hundred startup companies, responsible for creating more than 900 new jobs in the region. These are some of the reasons for the University of Porto being the Portuguese institution with the best scores in all the major international rankings for higher education and scientific research, which ranked the University of Porto as one of the 350 best universities in the world
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