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First cycle studies in geology provide students with the solid basic training in the earth sciences necessary to sustain future professional qualifications in geology.
With origins dating back to the eighteenth century, the University of Porto is currently one the most prestigious Higher Education Institutions of Europe.
The quality of its teaching staff (81% 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.
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When the Faculty of Sciences was created in 1911, its organisational structure followed that of similar institutions in Portugal. It did have a particularity however, that of also being a School of Engineering, due to the fact that it offered associated special courses in civil engineering, lectured at the former Polytechnic Academy.
The Faculty of Sciences’ associated establishments were instituted by Decree nº. 226 on 30th June 1914, namely: physics laboratory, mineralogy and geology museum and laboratory, botanical garden, museum and laboratory, and marine zoology museum, laboratory and station.
The Faculty was housed in the building which had been previously occupied by the Polytechnic Academy, even though the space offered was immediately considered highly insufficient for its needs.
6 semesters, 3 years
Have successfully completed secondary school or have an equivalent qualification
Have completed one of the following university entrance exams (central exams prepared by the Ministry of Education and Science): Biology and Geology; or Physics and Chemistry; or Geography
There are some institutions in Portugal that give scholarships to international students and it is advisable that applicants confirm every year whether these grants are available and the eligibility terms: Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation; Foundation for the Sciences and Technology; Fulbright Commission; Instituto Camões; Luso-American Development Foundation; Fundação Oriente.
1001 €/academic year
Bachelor in Geology - Complementary Formation (minor) in Geographic Information (180 ECTS);
Bachelor in Geology - Complementary Formation (minor) in Physics (180 ECTS);
Bachelor in Geology - Complementary Formation (minor) in Biology (180 ECTS);
Bachelor in Geology - Complementary Formation (minor) in Agronomy (180 ECTS);
Bachelor in Geology - Complementary Formation (minor) in Statistics and Models (180 ECTS);
Bachelor in Geology - Complementary Formation (minor) in Informatics (180 ECTS);
Bachelor in Geology - Complementary Formation (minor) in Applied Mathematics (180 ECTS);
Bachelor in Geology - Complementary Formation (minor) in Mathematics (180 ECTS);
Bachelor in Geology - Complementary Formation (minor) in Astronomy (180 ECTS);
Bachelor in Geology - Complementary Formation (minor) in Chemistry (180 ECTS).
Intermediate level technical positions in a range of industries and services; continued study at the second cycle level of a scientific or technological nature aimed at achieving professional qualification as a geologist, or for teaching at a secondary or middle school level.
The University of Porto Social Services (SASUP) manages the University Residences and you can find all relevant information on how to apply for a room in the residences on their webpage. Please note that foreign mobility or exchange students coming from partner universities are provided with accommodation in the university residences on a "first come first served" basis and the registration is managed by the University of Porto International Relations Department (SRI) - further details in this link. Full degree or regular students wishing to rent a room in the residences must arrange the accommodation themselves, applying directly to SASUP.