2. Internationalization in ISCAP 2.1.ISCAP International Office (GRI)
3. Useful information for Exchange Students 3.1. What to send before departure 3.2. What to do upon arrival 3.3. Support to Exchange Students 3.3.1.Tutoring 3.3.2.Language and culture 3.3.3.Accommodation and Wellbeing 3.4. Contacts
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4. Brief introduction to ISCAP
5. General Information on the Academic Year
6. Exchange Program 6.1. Winter Semester 6.2. Summer Semester
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7. Class Attendance and Assessment Rules
8. How to get to ISCAP (see map on page 42) 8.1. from the city centre 8.2. from the Hospital S.JoĂŁo 8.3. from the airport (see map on page 18)
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9. ISCAP Services 9.1. Library 9.2. Medical Office 9.3. Students’ Union 9.4. Information Services Room 9.5. Photocopy and printing facilities 9.6. Computing Helpdesk 9.7. GAIE - Support Office for Innovation and Education 9.8. Marketing Digital Group — NMD 9.9. Managerial Simulation — SE 9.10. Cafeteria 9.11. Snack-bar and Coffee-shop 9.12. Bank 10.
Cultural Activities in ISCAP 10.1. Orientation Week 10.2. Cultures on the Move 10.3. International Week
11. Living in Porto 11.1. The city 11.2. The weather 11.3. Estimated monthly living cost 11.4. Places to visit 11.5. Main events in the city
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Important contacts and information 12.1. Other Banks 12.2. Police Station 12.3. Post Office 12.4. Gyms 12.5. CybercafĂŠs 12.6. Pharmacies 12.7. SASU Porto (emergencies) 12.8. Fire Brigade 12.9. Hospitals 12.10. Taxis 12.11. Airport 12.12. Intoxications 12.13. Emergencies 12.14. Swimmingpools
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Thank you for choosing ISCAP! We very much hope that while you are here you will not only acquire new skills and knowledge, but also enjoy your new life in an exciting environment. Over the years, ISCAP has considerably extended its international network and has developed exchange programs with various partners in Europe. The number of outgoing and incoming students and lecturers has increased significantly over the years. Besides, the annual International Week has contributed to the â€œInternationalization at Homeâ€? process and the establishment of enduring academic and scientific bonds amongst lecturers and researchers. At ISCAP, we take both the academic and personal needs of our exchange students and lecturers very seriously, and we continually strive to provide you with a dynamic and stimulating teaching and learning environment. The International Office staff will ensure that your time at ISCAP is spent wisely. It is our commitment to provide you with any assistance you may require.
Internationalization in ISCAP
For quite some time now, ISCAP has been developing successful international relations with a large number of institutions from several countries, not only in Europe, but worldwide. This has allowed us to carry a structured internationalization strategy, resulting in ISCAP being one of the most international Schools of Polytechnic of Porto (P.PORTO).
2.1. ISCAP International Office (GRI) The International Office is a service directly dependent on the Dean, and associated with GCRI (Central International Office), whose mission is the internationalization of ISCAP and its community.
Useful information for Exchange Students
3.1. Which documents to send before departure Student Application Form (2 copies, filled in a text editor) Learning Agreement (2 copies, filled in a text editor) 1 Photograph Transcript of Records Passport/ID English Test (Testpodium/Internationally recognized language certificate) NOTE: All forms can be downloaded from our website (www.iscap.ipp.pt/gri)
Application Deadlines: Winter Semester: June 1st Summer Semester: November 1st Do not forget to bring the European Health Insurance Card or any other Health Insurance Certificate
3.2. What to do upon arrival Please contact the International Office of ISCAP (GRI) or COMAP - Buddies Commitee - or your Buddy if you already have his/her contact.
3.3. Support to Exchange Students 3.3.1. Tutoring During your mobility, ISCAP will assign you a tutor teacher and COMAP - International Studentsâ€™ Committee - will also assign you a buddy. The tutor teacher will help you with the learning agreement and schedule and contact with other lecturers. The buddy will help you to adapt to the school, the city and the whole student environment.
3.3.2. Language and culture ISCAP offers each semester a Portuguese Language and Culture Course in order to help you acquire the basics of communication skills in Portuguese.
3.3.3 Accommodation and Wellbeing International Office counts on the assistance of COMAP to manage an online database with several accommodation offers. Just visit COMAP website at www.comap-portugal.com and book the accommodation offer that best suits you.
3.4. Contacts GRI International Office ISCAP R. Jaime Lopes Amorim 4465-004 S. Mamede de Infesta Telephone: +351 229 050 050 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/gri.iscap skype - gri3-iscap
For further information go to www.iscap.ipp.pt/gri
Appointments: Mondays, Wednesday and Thursday from 11:30 to 12:30 Tuesday from 15:30 to 16:30
COMAP - International Studentsâ€™ Committee www.comap-portugal.com email@example.com facebook.com/comapiscap
4. Brief introduction to ISCAP ISCAP – School of Accounting and Administration of Porto – has its origin in the Decree-Law no. 327/76, of May 6, although its historical roots can be traced well before that date. In fact, it was in 1886 that the Industrial and Commercial School of Porto was established (Decree-Law of December 30, 1886) by Minister Emídio Navarro who laid the basis of the industrial and commercial teaching in the country. This institution holds memories from different generations as well as life experiences and memorable partnerships. This distinguishing mark of quality teaching can be observed in the programs of the courses here offered. The Porto Accounting and Business School (ISCAP) belongs to one of Portugal’s largest and most prestigious public Polytechnic Institutes, the Polytechnic Institute of Porto (P.PORTO). Located in S. Mamede de Infesta (Matosinhos), very close to IPP Campus, it offers its 4,000-strong student population a range of innovative under programs in Accounting, International Commerce, Marketing, Business Communication, Administrative Assistance and Translation, Creativity and Business Innovations, Human Resources and Library and Information Sciences and Technologies. Moreover, ISCAP offers master programs in Specialized Translation and Interpretating, Accounting and Finance, Auditing, Entrepreneurship and Internationalization, Organizational Management, Logistics, Administrative Assistance, Digital Marketing, Business Information, Human Resources, Finance and Intercultural Studies for Business.
5. General Information on the Academic Year
Winter Semester: Mid September/October to January
Examination Period: January/mid February Reseat Period: February
Summer Semester: End of February/March to July
Examination Period: June and July Resit Period: June/July
Before the beginning of each semester, COMAP together with ISCAP International Office organize an Orientation Week. We expect that this event can help you adapt better your new context.
You will be informed of the exact period in the Acceptance Letter.
6.1 Winter Semester Code
Level of Studies
Translation and New Technologies I
Introduction to Management
Business English I (B2)
Business English III (B2)
Marketing Communication 6
Portuguese Language and Culture
* See note on page 13.
Level of Studies
Sales and Marketing Mechanisms
Entrepreneurial Behavior and GEST Characterisitics
Decision Support Systems
Introduction to Accounting I
Notes: 1.These courses will be taught in English. 2.You can choose other foreign languages (French, German, Spanish*, Russian). Please see the list at our website.
3. Enrolment in the course “Project” will only be available if the course required is not available in the Exchange Program and it is compulsory in the home institution. The international student’s Coordinator must send us a letter stating that the student needs to develop a project in a specific course, a syllabus and the application forms. ISCAP will then check if a supervisor is available for the required course and 13
inform the institution of origin if the student is accepted (max. of 10 students, first come, first served). If accepted, the student is to deliver a 30-page project (or a similar assignment, according to the supervisorâ€™s instructions), supervised by a lecturer of the field of study.
*If you have already at least a B1 level.
6. Exchange Program 6.2. Summer Semester Code
Level of Studies
Translation and New Technologies II
European Union Law
Business English II (B2)
Business English IV (C1)
Portuguese Language and Culture
Simulation and Decision Making
* See note on page 16.
Level of Studies
Computer Assisted Auditing Tools and Information Systems Auditing
Management and Internal Auditing
Introduction to Accounting II
Notes: 1.These courses will be taught in English. 2.You can choose other foreign languages (French, German, Spanish*, Russian). Please see the list at our website. 3. Enrolment in the course “Project” will only be available if the course required is not available in the Exchange Program and it is compulsory in the home institution. The international student’s Coordinator must send us a letter stating that the student needs to develop a project in a specific course, a syllabus and the application forms. ISCAP will then check if a supervisor is available for the required course and inform the institution of origin if the student is accepted (max. of 10 students, first come, first served). If accepted, the student is to deliver a 30-page project (or a similar assignment, according to the supervisor’s instructions), supervised by a lecturer of the field of study.
*If you have already at least a B1 level.
Class Attendance and Assessment Rules
As a student in ISCAP you will have to adapt to the new learning / teaching environment and to attendance and assessment procedures. Upon arrival, you will be given detailed information, in the Welcome Kit, on class attendance, assessment methods and examination procedures. Please read it carefully, donâ€™t forget to meet the deadlines and check the current Academic Calendar for further details.
How to get to ISCAP (see map on page 41)
The fastest way to get to ISCAP is by Metro. The Porto Metro has six lines, each individually identified by a different color and an alphabet letter. Every line intersects the Trindade station. The one that takes you to ISCAP is the Yellow one (line D), taking the Hospital de S. João direction. Depending on where you are coming from, you may need to transfer to that line, in that same station. The metro station closest to ISCAP is precisely the last one, “Hospital de S. João”. From there, you can go on foot or take a bus to ISCAP.
8.1. from the city centre
Bus: 604 (Maia), 506 (Matosinhos - Praia) Metro: Line D (Hospital S. João)
8.2 from Hospital São João Bus: 603 (Maia-Zoo), 604 (Maia), 506 (Matosinhos - Praia)
8.3. from the Francisco Sá Carneiro International Airport (see map on page 17)
Line E (Violet) connects the airport to the Estádio do Dragão station and from there to the rest of the metro network. The Airport station is located right in front of the Arrivals gateway. Pedestrian access is guaranteed by an underground direct passage from the airport to the metro station itself, easy to find with the help of clearly visible signs. 1. Connection Airport-City centre Buy a z4 ticket and get on at Line E. Drop at the Bolhão station. 2. Connection Airport-ISCAP You don’t need to buy an extra ticket. Just take the metro to the Trindade station and once there, validate it again and transfer to Line D (Yellow Line) to the Hospital de S. João direction. For more info: www.stcp.pt or www.metrodoporto.pt
9.1. Library (3rd Floor) The Libraryâ€™s facilities are spacious, and its purpose is to encourage research and study. The Library also includes a reading room with newspapers and magazines. The books on display cover such diverse areas as Administrative Assistance, Communication, Accounting, Law, Management, Languages, Computer Science, Mathematics and Statistics, Marketing, Social Sciences, and Economics. Audiovisual material, such as CDâ€™s, DVD, Movies, Television series, etc, can also be consulted.
Office Hours Services
Mon to Fri
09:00 - 21:15
Inter-library loans Other Services
09:00 - 17:00 09:00 - 17:00
The reading Room closes its services 15 minutes earlier. Books/domiciliary loan books must be returned 15 minutes before closure. Important Notice: All books and other library materials must be returned within the deadline. Otherwise, you will be charged a daily fee and your Transcript of Records cannot be issued until this situation is solved.
9.2. Medical Office (Floor 0) In the Medical Office there are a General Practitioner (Dra. Fernanda Serro) and a Counselor (Dr. Teresa Costa). All exchange students may benefit from this service free of charge. General Practice: Appointments and opening hours: Tuesday from 16:30 to 20:00. Counseling: Appointments: Tuesday and Wednesday Opening Hours: from 16:00 to 20:00 (pre-appointment is required)
9.3. Studentsâ€™ Union (AEISCAP)
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday from 09:00 to 12:30 and from 13:30 to 17:00 Opening Hours during holidays/examination period: Monday to Friday from 09:00 to 12:30 and from 13:30 till 17:00 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: +351 22 490 82 04
9.4. Information Services Room (Room 117, 1st Floor) Opening hours: Monday to Friday, from 08:00 to 22:50 Saturday, from 08:00 to 13:00 Opening hours during holidays: Monday to Friday, from 08:00 to 20:00 Opening hours during examination period: Monday to Friday, from 08:00 to 20:50 Saturday, from 08:00 to 13:00
9.5. Copy and Printing facilities (next to Studentsâ€™ Union) Opening Hours: Monday to Friday from 09:00 to 22:00 Christmas and Easter Holidays and Academic Week Opening Hours: Monday to Friday, from 09:00 to 13:00 and from 14:00 till 18:30
9.6. Computing Helpdesk (Room 128, 1st Floor) The Computing Helpdeskâ€™s main goal is to assist students and teachers, as far as problems related to intranet, wireless network and logins are concerned. Moreover, here you can also print your assignments and papers. Opening Hours: Monday to Friday, from 12:30 to 13:30 and from 19:00 to 20:00 Opening Hours for printing in room 117/119: Monday to Friday, from 13:00 to 14:00 and from 17:00 to 19:00
Requirements: Permission only to login and print. Typing assignments is not allowed. Students must use their own paper.
9.7. GAIE - Support Office for Innovation in Education GAIEâ€™s (Support Office for Innovation in Education) mission is to foster the connection between the pedagogical needs existing in higher education and an efficient use of technology in education. GAIE also intends to ensure consulting services as well as a support system for teachers and students that will be enabled through the development of training opportunities, support resources in educational technologies, conception and transformation of pedagogical contents and the dissemination of best practices, methodologies and applications.
Education Department (Previously named PAOL - Unit for Innovation in Education): - Management of Moodle (PAOL) and Limesurvey platforms; - technical and pedagogical support to teachers and students; - continuous training in the field of educational technologies and web 2.0. Email: Office 318
Audiovisual & Multimedia Department (previously named CDI-CML and UORAM): - Management of multimedia laboratories; support to teachers and students in the use of linguistic resources; event support services. Email: Office 210
9.8. Marketing Digital Group â€” NDM The Multimedia Marketing Lab (SMM) is dedicated to teaching and research in the Marketing field. Rooms 024 and 209 are equipped with state-of-the-art technology, both in terms of software and hardware. Whenever vacant, the rooms are open to Marketing students and teachers, allowing them to develop curricular and extra-curricular activities. For more information, go to office 339.
9.9. Managerial Simulation â€” SE The courses of Managerial Simulation (SE) were brought into the program of Accounting and Administration, at ISCAP, in the Summer semester of the school year 2003-2004. Besides exempting students from the internship required to access the Chamber of Chartered Accountants, this course aims to create a demanding, complex, universal and technologically advanced business environment, without the risk inherent to the real business world. In this controlled environment, companies are comprised of 3 or 4 student elements who, through business management information systems, establish commercial and institutional relations with several organizations. These companies operate in very diverse areas, ranging from food products wholesaling to shoe producing and retailing. The studentsâ€™ main objective is to manage their companies at every level, to complete an available plan of costs and profits. Going beyond traditional assessment methods, student evaluation relies on available technology and teachersâ€™ dedication. Students are assessed both individually and as a group.
9.10. Cafeteria (Ground floor) ISCAP´s cafeteria provides three-course meals for €3 (€2,35 if reserved in advance) including starter, main course, dessert and drink. If you prefer, you can choose the starter & main course option for €2. During the classes period, the menu includes three choices - meat, fish and dietary. During the exams period, at lunch there are two options: meat or fish; at dinner, there will be one option available, either meat or fish. Schedule during classes period (from Monday to Friday): Lunch - 12:30 to 14:30 Dinner - (night classes) 18:30 to 20:30 Opening hours during examination period (from Monday to Friday): Lunch – 12:00 to 14:00 Dinner – 19:00 to 21:30
9.11. Snack-Bar and Coffee Shop (Floor 0) There are also 3 coffee-shops in ISCAP for light meals and snacks. The ones in Buildings C and D serve menus at lunch and dinner for around 3,5 €. They are open from 08:00 to 22:00 during classes periods and from 09:00 to 17:00 on holidays and exam periods. Close to the school you will also find several restaurants, serving lunches and dinners for around 5 €.
9.12. Bank Since the beginning of the school year 2004/2005, ISCAP provides its students with banking facilities in its own premises, in room 119. These offer students the possibility of opening and managing several types of bank accounts. Advantages are also available for the Students who can open a bank account and ask for a debit card, necessary to their stay in Portugal.
To open a bank account, international students need: Taxpayer number Copy of the passport Enrolment certificate
Opening Hours: Monday and Wednesday from 8:30 to 12:00. Tuesday and Thursday from 13:00 to 18:00.
10. Cultural Activities in ISCAP 10.1. Orientation Week Before the beginning of each semester, COMAP together with ISCAP International Office organize an Orientation Week. We expect that this event can help you adapt better your new context. During nearly a week, you can participate in several activities in and outside the school together with other Exchange Students and the buddies.
10.2. Cultures on the Move This is mainly an event organized for ISCAP Students. However, your participation plays a very important role! You will be invited to do a presentation on your country, culture and institution, together with your national colleagues. More detailed information will be provided during the semester by ISCAP International Office and your Business English teacher.
10.3. International Week ISCAP organizes every year an International Week, welcoming a great number of visiting lecturers. Moreover, we also organize various activities for all the school. We count on your cooperation and participation!
11. Living in Porto 11.1. About the city The North’s well-known capital, Porto is Portugal’s second largest city and a thriving industrial centre, successfully blending commercial tradition with an atmosphere of unpretentious charm and casual sophistication. Rich from centuries of trade, modern Porto is as much a cosmopolitan centre as it is a city steeped in the historical events of the past. Magnificently situated on the great gorge of the River Douro, the city is best known for its striking bridges and the much-celebrated Port Wine. Classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in December 1996, the ancient Ribeira riverside district is a maze of narrow, twisting streets and shadowy arches. The ongoing restoration of this lively quarter is attracting a growing number of restaurants, bars (specially the Galerias de Paris area) and discos (namely in the Industrial Area). Crossing the spectacular two tiered Dom Luís bridge brings you to Vila Nova de Gaia, the true home of Port Wine, where visitors can tour the world famous cellars. We also recommend that you visit the city’s various gardens and museums, particularly the magnificent City Park and the Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art.
11.2. The weather The weather in Porto is typical of Atlantic regions: damp but temperate, with colder nights. In winter, it may rain quite a lot, but it never snows, as temperatures never fall below 0 ºC. In summer, temperatures rise and the warmest months are June, July and August, when temperatures vary between 20 ºC and 35 ºC. September, October, April and May are intermediate, with periods of atmospheric instability: quite frequently foggy mornings are replaced by sunny afternoons, or rain showers alternate with periods of bright sunshine. You are therefore advised to bring some warm clothes for the colder days.
11.3. Estimated monthly living cost for students For each month in Porto you should allow yourself the following sums of money to cover your expenses:
Estimated Living Costs per Month per pax Private Accommodation Meals at ISCAP Cafeteria Transportation
Single room 200 - 250€ 175 - 200€ Shared room One-room Apartment 500€ 40-50€ Public Transport Andante Z4 monthly pass
11.4. Places to visit Porto has one of the richest artistic, cultural and historical heritages in Portugal internationally recognized by UNESCO, which classified the ancient part of the city as World Heritage. Porto has also been chosen as a European Capital of Culture in 2001 and is proud of its vast number of churches, monuments and museums that were very important in the historical development of the city and even of the country.
Here are some places worth visiting: Museums Parks & Gardens Cruises on the River
11.5. City main events
February/March - Fantasporto Porto International Film Festival - Considered by the professional international magazine â€œVarietyâ€? as one of the top 60 movies festivals in the world, and the best as far as the fantasy genre is considered, Fantasporto has become the most famous film and cultural event in Portugal.
May (First Week) - “Queima das Fitas” (Academic Week: Symbolic burning of the school ribbons) It’s an event involving more than 450,000 students, lots of music, drinking and merry-making through the streets and in the “Queimódromo” (where the concerts and parties take place). May (Last Week)/June (First Week) - Serralves em Festa Every year, for a 40-hours-non-stop-extravaganza, the Museum opens up for visitors, with all sorts of exhibitions, concerts and shows. All for free. June – Festivities of Saint John June 24 is Porto’s biggest annual festival, honoring the city’s patron, Saint John. Although Festivities of Saint John are held in many other towns, it is in Porto that they are most colorful. They are held at least since the XIV century and have expanded greatly since the XIX century. Nowadays, in the night of 23, at every corner of the city there are “cascatas” (religious motifs), bonfires and groups of merry-makers singing and dancing all night (and whacking each other in the head with plastic hammers). Most events are held at the Fair of Fontainhas. July - “Francesinha” festival Francesinha is a specialty made with slices of bread, melted cheese, different kinds of pork meat and a special secret sauce.
12. Important Contacts 12.1. Other Banks Caixa Geral de Depรณsitos Rua Godinho Faria, 68 S. Mamede de Infesta Telephone: +351 229 059 140 BES Avenida Conde, 6132 S. Mamede de Infesta Telephone: +351 229 039 072 BPI Avenida Conde, 6257 S. Mamede de Infesta Telephone: +351 229 020 453
12.2. Police Station Tourist Police Rua Club dos Fenianos, 11 4000-172 Porto Telephone: +351 222 081 833 email@example.com
Note: You should always carry your Passport or ID Card (or at least a copy of them).
12.3 Post Office Rua Godinho de Faria, 476-786 S. Mamede de Infesta Telephone: +351 229 059 410
12.4. Gyms Health Culb Tripla Forma Rua D. Afonso Henriques, 1247 4425-057, Pedrouços Telephone: +351 225 401 247 Vita Mater Rua Fernando Namora, 235 Maia Telephone: +351 229 022 221
12.5. Cybercafés Laranja Mecânica Rua de Santa Catarina, 274 Porto Telephone: +351 222 010 576 e-Learning Café Polo Universitário Porto e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
12.6. Pharmacies Farmácia Confiança Rua Godinho Faria, 255 S. Mamede de Infesta Telephone: +351 229 010 009 Farmácia Cortes Avenida Conde, 6175 S. Mamede de Infesta Telephone: +351 229 010 029 Farmácia Pedra Verde Rua da Mainça, 89 S. Mamede de Infesta Telephone: +351 229 010 949
12.7. SASU Porto (Emergencies) Rua do Quanza, 25 Porto 4250-384 Telephone: +351 228 331 326
12.8. Fire Brigade Associação Humanitária dos Bombeiros Voluntários de S. Mamede de Infesta Telephone: +351 229 069 160 (general enquiries)/ +351 229 010 017 Avenida Marechal Gomes da Costa, nº 245 S. Mamede de Infesta
12.9. Hospitals Hospital de S. João (Porto) - the nearest to ISCAP Alameda Prof. Hernâni Monteiro Telephone: +351 225 512 100 Hospital Pedro Hispano (Matosinhos) Rua Dr. Eduardo Torres Telephone: +351 229 391 000 Hospital de Sto. António (Porto) Largo Prof. Abel Salazar Telephone: +351 222 077 500 Hospital do Carmo (Porto) Praça Carlos Alberto, 32 Telephone: +351 222 078 400 Hospital Joaquim Urbano (Gaia) Rua Câmara Pestana, 153 Telephone: +351 225 899 550 Hospital da Prelada (Porto) Rua Sarmento de Beires, 153 Telephone: +351 228 330 600 Hospital Sta. Maria (Porto) Rua Camões, 906 Telephone: +351 225 082 000
12.10. Taxis Auto Taxis S. Gemil Lda. Telephone: +351 228 317 184 Táxis do Padrão da Légua Telephone: +351 229 545 808 Manuel M Ferraz Barbosa Telephone: +351 229 010 207
12.11. Airport Located 11 km from Porto, in an important commercial and industrial area, Francisco Sá-Carneiro Airport is a modern infrastructure fully equipped to meet the demands of today’s air traffic. Bus lines to the city: Aerobus, 601, 604, 87, 76 Metro (urban train): Line E (violet) Telephone: +351 229 432 24 00
12.12. Intoxications Telephone: +351 217 950 143/+351 808 250 143 24/7 service
12.13. Emergencies Telephone: 112
Piscina São Mamede Infesta Rua Igreja Velha São Mamede Infesta Telephone: +351 229 013 289
Piscina da Constituição Rua Almirante Leote do Rego Porto Telephone: +351 225 073 300
Clube Náutico de Gaia R Marquês Sá Bandeira, 479 Vila Nova de Gaia Telephone: +351 223 759 405
Survival Dictionary / Dicionário Básico Useful Phrases: / Expressões Úteis: Good morning Good afternoon Hello Goodbye How are you? Fine, thank you What is your name? My name is … Do you speak English? Do you understand? I’m sorry Thank you You are welcome Cheers How much is it? Yes No Personal Data Surname First name Date of birth Country Residence: Address Profession Passport Shopping
Bom dia Boa tarde Olá Adeus Como estás? Bem, obrigado Como se/te chama(s)? Chamo-me... Falas Inglês? Compreendes? Desculpa Obrigado Bem-vindo Tchim Tchim/Saúde Quanto custa? Sim Não Dados Pessoais Apelido Nome Data de nascimento País Morada Profissão Passaporte Compras
Milk skimmed semi skimmed whole Bread Butter Cheese Meat pork beef chicken Fish Ham Eggs Spices Vegetables Fruit Coffee Tea Beer Water sparkling plain mineral Toothpaste Toothbrush Soap Shampoo
Leite magro meio gordo gordo Pão Manteiga Queijo Carne porco vaca galinha Peixe Fiambre Ovos Especiarias Legumes Fruta Café Chá Cerveja Água com gás sem gás mineral Dentífrico Escova de dentes Sabão/Sabonete Champô
For more Information please visit: STCP: www.stcp.pt Metro do Porto: www.metrodoporto.pt Portuguese National Railways: www.cp.pt
Useful information about ISCAP-P.PORTO for visiting students and faculty members.