Universidade Católica Portuguesa - Lisboa

Lisbon, Portugal
The Catholic University of Portugal (UCP) is privately funded and recognized by the Portuguese State as a free, autonomous university institution of public utility.
  • 9 Masters
  • Private Institution Type

About

UCP is recognized for the quality of its teaching, excellence in research, and education for citizenship and human values, boasting amongst its alumni a Nobel Peace Prize laureate, several of the top CEO’s in the world, and recognized leaders in European politics, international law, economics and the arts.

The Catholic University of Portugal is a national university with 4 regional campi: Lisbon (headquarters), Porto, Braga and Viseu.

There are 3 Schools of the Lisbon Campus recognized by international rankings:

  • Catolica Lisbon School of Business and Economics (CLSBE)*
  • Faculty of Law (FD)**
  • Faculty of Human Sciences (FCH)***

* Católica Lisbon School of Business and Economics is a triple crown accredited School ranking 25 on the Financial Times Business School List. Membership in this Elite group means the School is among the top 1% of business schools worldwide to be accredited by all 3 management associations EQUIS, AMBA and AACSB. CLSBE is the only Portuguese School among the FT Top 25 and the best Business School in Portugal for the 7th year. Currently, 40% of CLSBE’s Professors are foreign and come from diverse countries, such as Italy, Turkey, Canada and Finland. The increased internationalization of the School can also be felt in the classroom, where more than half of the students are foreign, representing more than 50 nationalities.

** UCP’s Law School has also been consistently recognized by the Financial Times, which has selected Católica Global School of Law as one of the most innovative law schools in the world, with its LL.M. programmes being included for the fourth consecutive year in this prestigious selection. Católica Global School of Law is the first global Law School in Europe.

*** UCP’s School of Human Sciences has been recently recognized by the prestigious Eduniversal ranking, with its Master in Arts Management entering straight to the Top 3 in the worldwide Ranking of Masters in Management.

All degrees are fully recognised and accredited, and comply with Portuguese and European higher education requirements.

Accreditation

All courses at the Catholic University of Portugal are recognized by the National Accreditation Agency A3ES.

Católica Lisbon School of Business and Economics is a triple crown accredited School ranking 25 on the Financial Times Business School List. Membership in this Elite group means the School is among the top 1% of business schools worldwide to be accredited by all 3 management associations EQUIS, AMBA and AACSB. CLSBE is the only Portuguese School among the FT Top 25 and the best Business School in Portugal for the 7th year.

Católica Law School has also been consistently recognized by the Financial Times, which has selected Católica Global School of Law as one of the most innovative law schools in the world, with its LL.M. programmes being included for the fourth consecutive year in this prestigious selection. Católica Global School of Law is the first global Law School in Europe.

The School of Human Sciences has been recently recognized by the prestigious Eduniversal ranking, with its Master in Arts Management entering straight to the Top 3 in the worldwide Ranking of Masters in Management.

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