Started in the academic year 2014/2015. The minimum number of credits for the degree is 120 (2 years).
The Master in Geological Engineering intended to educate professional able to solve engineering problems involving the Earth and its operation and geodynamic systems. The general objectives are:
- Deepen provided trainee in a the 1st cycle, enabling gain skills and knowledge to an autonomous tasks development, including application of new methodologies and optimization of industrial processes in the pursuit of quality assurance and safety in engineering, taking into account inherent social, economic and environmental impacts.
- Educate broadband Geological Engineers, facilitating mobility in the profession in accordance with market needs - national and international - from industry and services to research and development.
Geological Engineers employers are companies and\or institutions dedicated specifically to:
- Prospecting and research (mineral resources or geotechnical and geo-environmental parameters);
- Exploitation of mineral resources (mining and oil);
- Consulting and project;
- Construction and public works;
- Equipment and consumables sale and consultancy;
- Research centers and laboratories.
Portuguese students: 1063,47 €/year
Foreign students: 7000 €/year 60% reduction for CPLP (Community of Portuese Language Countries) students
1st phase: 23rd April to 16th July 2018
2nd phase: 27th to 31st august 2018
3rd phase: 7th january to 7th february 2019
Entrance requirements for the 2018/2019 academic year
Vacancies for 2018/2019:
- Holders of the Bachelor's degree (pre-Bologna or 1st post-Bologna cycle) Geological Engineering, Geological and Mine Engineering, Earth Resources Engineering, Geoengineering, Geoenvironmental Engineering, Mine Engineering, Civil Engineering, Geology, Geophysics and Earth Sciences and Atmospheric, or equivalent, with a minimum of 180 ECTS;
- Holders of a foreign academic degree with the designations referred in previous paragraph, recognized as meeting the objectives of referred degrees. It requires the approval of the FCT NOVA Scientific Council, after recognition from the Scientific Committee of Geological Engineering:
- Holders of an academic, scientific or professional curriculum that is recognized as attesting the capacity to accomplish referred cycle of studies by the Course Scientific Council.
- Course classification;
- Academic and scientific curriculum;
- Professional curriculum;
- Possible interview.
Professor José António Almeida
Registration and Accreditation
Registration number R/A-Cr 63/2014 on 20/05/2014
Prior accreditation on 08/04/2014,
for 6 years
About the Department of Earth Sciences
The Earth Sciences Department (DCT) of the FCT - NOVA, whose regulation was reviewed in 2011 (DR 99, 2nd series of 23 May 2011), is a graduate and post-graduate teaching unit and also research unit in the fields of Science and Geological Engineering andin thoserelated or interdisciplinary fields. It shall promote scientific and technological development, service delivery, university extension activities, and the development of dissemination activities. More info