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Diário de Notícias | 27.03.2017

Portuguese higher education institutions granted € 500 million in research funds


National and international consortiums are making it possible for Portuguese higher education institutions to have access to research funds that were inaccessible only half a dozen years ago. The funding comes mostly from the European programme Horizon 2020. In a statement given to the newspaper Diário
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Jornal de Notícias Online | 17.07.2017

UMinho Has the “Most Wanted Degree” in Portugal

The “Most Wanted Degree in Portugal” is the University of Minho’s Bachelor in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Last year, there were 254 applicants for 20 openings and, according to the northern Portuguese university, the acceptance rate was 7.9%.

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O Jornal Económico | 14.07.2017

The Rise of Portuguese Universities and the Challenge of Internationalisation

Portuguese universities are on the rise in fields ranging from Economics to Science, Engineering and Design. Accredited by the most important international institutions and climbing up higher education rankings, the challenge is now to attract foreign students and boost education as an export.

 
Diário de Notícias | 27.06.2017

How to make competitive science in Portugal, according to Rui L. Reis

By Ana Sousa Dias

You have a very extensive CV at the age of 50. How is that possible?

I have always done the best I can, and I’m a relatively ambitious person. I’ve always felt that it was possible to make competitive science in Portugal.
 
SIC | Primeiro Jornal | 16.06.2017

Braga and the University of Minho

Braga may be one of the oldest cities in Portugal with over 2.000 years of history but it is also one of the youngest cities in Europe and the happiest in Portugal. The creation of the University of Minho in 1974 may have