Joint program of the University of Lisbon (UL), the Universidade Nova de Lisboa (UNL) and the University of Aveiro (UA).
It became operational in the academic year 2009/2010. The minimum number of credits for the degree is 180 (3 years).
The operating system differs depending on the courses. The mandatory courses and the ones taught jointly by several institutions have a classroom component and a distance teaching component. Optional courses operate usually in attendance at the host institution, and in education schemes for distance students enrolled in another of the consortium institutions.
Portuguese students: 2 750 Euros/ year
Foreign students: 2 750 Euros/ year
1st phase: 27th April to 16th July
2nd phase: 30th august to 30th september
Vacancies for 2021/2022:
15 (total number of vacancies for the three involved institutions)
They are admitted uin this study cycle the candidates that:
a) Hold a of Master's degree or legal equivalent;
b) Hold a Bachelor degree and have a particularly relevant academic or scientific curriculum that is recognized as attesting the capacity to accomplish this cycle of studies by the Scientific Council;
c) Holders of a foreign academic degree that is recognized as meeting the objectives of the master's degree by the legal and statutorily competent scientific body of the university they wish to be admitted;
Place and application:
The application is made at the host institution (FC-UL, FCT-NOVA or AU) which must check that the applicant meets the set out conditions in legislation and regulations.
Necessary documentation for the application process:
a) Identity card / passport or citizen's card;
c) Degree certificate, master's or equivalent degree;
d) School scientific or professional curriculum, with copies of the documents to which it refers;
e) Letter of application / motivation to attend the course.
The Scientific Committee is responsible for the candidates’ selection for the Doctoral Program in e-Planning;
The candidates’ selection for the Doctoral Program in e-Planning will be carried out by its scientific committee, with the agreement of each candidate host institution;
In the candidates’ selection and ranking to the frequency of this study cycle there will take place an overall evaluation of the candidates’ experience;
An interview with the applicant can occur if the Scientific Committee of the Program or the host institution's thinks it should take place;
Admission and candidate registration are carried out by the respective host institution.
Professor João Joanaz de Melo
Registration number R/A-Cr 94/2014/AL03 on 18/02/2021
Publication date of the accreditation decision: 31/07/2019
for 1 year
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