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BACHELOR’S DEGREE

WHERE YOU MAKE THE DIFFERENCE!

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POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE OF BEJA The Polytechnic Institute of Beja is a Higher Education institution created in 1979, located in the city of Beja, 147 km from Faro, 177 km from Lisbon and 217 km from Seville. IPBeja is made up of four Schools – the School of Agriculture, the School of Education, the School of Technology and Management and the School of Health, with a range of more than 30 courses on offer, including Cursos Técnicos Superiores Profissionais (TeSP - “Short-Cycle”), Bachelor’s Degrees, Master’s Degrees, Post-Graduate Studies and others. In service of society, it trains professionals in a range of areas, and plays an active role in the production and spread of knowledge, creation, transmission and publication of culture and knowledge of a professional nature, of targeted research and experimental development.

IPBEJA CAMPUS All the buildings on the IPBeja Campus are located in a single space, close to the district hospital, serviced by public transport, and perfectly integrated into the city’s urban grid. The campus stands out due to the quality of the well maintained green spaces and the sports grounds, in which buildings of the four schools are located; the modern buildings of the residences for students, professors and visiting teachers, with a capacity for 203 users, the two “common services” buildings, housing the library, the canteen, an auditorium and a set of other support services to the academic activities. In addition to the facilities located on campus, IPBeja has an agricultural holding, with hundreds of hectares, where the students have the opportunity to obtain hands on experience with agricultural production and experimentation.

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ACCESS CONDITIONS National Application for Admission to Higher Education Studies Portuguese and overseas students who fulfil the following conditions can apply for admission to a given course at a higher education establishment: a) They hold a high school diploma or equivalent qualification; b) They have taken the required entry examinations for the course at the establishment, and have obtained a mark equal to or higher than the minimum mark set for it; c) They fulfil the prerequisites, if any are placed by the course concerned at that establishment; d) They hold an application score equal to or greater than the value set by the higher education institution. Special Applications These are directed at students with specific qualification situations, such as: a) Students approved in specially designed examinations designed to evaluate the capacity to attend higher education for those older than 23 years; b) Holders of a diploma in technological specialisation; c) Holders of a senior professional technician’s diploma; d) Holders of diplomas in other higher education courses. Re-entry, Transfer and Change of Course Re-entry is the process through which a student, after an interruption in studies in a given course at a higher education establishment, registers in the same establishment and enrols for the same course or the one that has taken its place. A transfer is the process through which a student enrols and registers for the same course in a higher education establishment different from the one in which he or she was registered, whether or not there was an interruption in enrolment for a higher course; A change of course is the process through which a student enrols for a course different from the one taken at the previous enrolment, at the same or another higher education establishment, whether or not there was an interruption in enrolment for a higher course; Taking into account all of the conditions of access, it is recommended that you check out our website to make sure the information is up to date https://www.ipbeja.pt/cursos/AcessoEnsinoSuperior/Paginas/default.aspx

SOCIAL SUPPORT SERVICES

Of the different services in support of the IPBeja academic community, the Social Support Services stand out due to the close relationship they establish with the students, for

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fulfilling individual needs associated with accommodation, food, scholarships, and due to the fact that they promote healthy life habits through a Support Office for Sports Activities or as a result of the detailed attention given to personal needs in the psychopedagogical sphere, through technicians qualified to provide the necessary support. Due to the importance of these services for Higher Education students, we suggest a visit to the website to get to know all the support that IPBeja provides. https://www.ipbeja.pt/sas/Paginas/default.aspx

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

If the presence of international students provides a cosmopolitan atmosphere to the city of Beja, and an opportunity for all of the Institute’s students to get to know other cultures and realities, the international mobility of IPBeja students is a priority for this institution, which has dozens of international partnerships under different programmes for international student and professor mobility, particularly the well-known Erasmus programme, but also including mobility to Brazil through the Bartolomeu de Gusmão or Erasmus AlSud programme (internships in Companies across Europe), and other programmes that take students to destinations as far away as Macao. More recently, applications under International Student Status opened the possibility for having students from all over the world, for whom we have special conditions, which can be checked out on the website https://www.ipbeja.pt/alunos/EstudInternacional/Paginas/default.aspx


BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN AGRONOMY

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES - Agro-livestock and phytosanitary companies (planning, consultancy, technical assistance, field experimentation and sales activities); - Marketing and technical assistance companies in agricultural machinery and irrigation equipment; - Plant multiplication companies (nurseries); - Conventional and Organic agro-livestock explorations; - Project development offices- (design, evaluation and monitoring of projects); - State bodies, particularly those related to the areas of agriculture and the environment (planning and field investigation & demonstration activities); - Credit organizations (technical support to farmers and project development, implementation, evaluation and monitoring); - Educational institutions (professional agrarian teaching and graduation); - Processing and marketing in the conventional and organic agrifood sector; - Control and certification companies.

OBJECTIVES AND METHODOLOGIES The objectives of the Agronomy course are to train technicians to meet the requirements of the labour market. The Agronomist must always bear in mind that new cultural options and new technical paths go through the rational use of inputs. Furthermore, they should be framed in agro-ecological systems, in which the protection and preservation of the environment are the main objectives in order to contribute to agricultural sustainability. In other words, develop an economy that meets the needs of the present generation without compromising the potential future. They must have the ability to manage agricultural systems with high productivity, taking into account the protection of natural resources, maintaining the sustainability of the production system and ensuring food quality and safety. The agronomy students also have expertise in the commercial side and in the postharvest technology, so that they can effectively develop their business in a highly competitive market. Coordinator José Ferro Palma | jfpalma@ipbeja.pt ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS For specific information about any Degree Programme, check out the international students’ website at https://www.ipbeja. pt/en/StudentsLifeServices/interstudent

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STRUCTURE Bachelor’s Degree in Agronomy

1st Year | 1st Semester Biology

ECTS

1st Year | 2nd Semester

ECTS

6,0

Botany

Chemistry

6,0

Climatology

5,0

Field Activities I

4,0

Field Activities II

4,0

Information and Communication Technologies

3,0

General Zootechnics

5,0

Mathematics

6,0

Microbiology

5,0

Physics

5,0

Soil Science

6,0

2nd Year | 3rd Semester

ECTS

5,0

2nd Year | 4th Semester

ECTS

Engines and Mechanical Cultivation

3,5

General Agriculture II

General Agriculture I

5,5

General Fruticulture

4,5

Irrigation Techniques I

5,5

General Horticulture

4,5

Pastures and Forage Conservation Technology

4,0

Plant Nutrition and Fertilization

4,5

Statistics

3,5

Topography and Cartography

3,5

3rd Year | 5th Semester

ECTS

5,5

Geographical Information Systems

4,0

Irrigation Techniques II

5,0

Management and Accouting

2,5

Plant Protection

4,0

3rd Year | 6th Semester

ECTS

Farming Systems

4,0

Farm Planning

4,0

Field Crops I

5,0

Field Crops II

4,0

Markets and Marketing

3,0

Genetics and Plant Breeding

4,0

Oliviculture

5,5

Post-harvest Technology

3,0

Project Analysis and Elaboration

4,0

Soil and Water Conservation

4,0

Special Horticulture

4,5

Special Zootechnics

3,0

Sustainable Agriculture

4,0

Internship

4,0

Viticulture

4,0


BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN ARTS AND MULTIMEDIA

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Multimedia Artist; Plastic Artist; 2/3D Animator; Exhibition Curator Graphic Designer; Multimedia Specialist; Photographer; Illustrator; Infographic/ Computer Graphics Operator Graphic Designers; Animation Producer; Audiovisual Technician; Museology Technician; Exhibition Mounting Technician; Education Services Technician; Prepress Technician; Video Technician; Web Designer.

OBJECTIVES AND METHODOLOGIES Because of the diversity of activities in Arts and Multimedia that an artist or creator could work with, we opted for a generalist study plan in the field of fine arts, with a profile-oriented specialty in Multimedia. In professional terms, this profile corresponds to the Multimedia Artist that develops his or her activities in the fields of artistic creation, artistic media marketing and publishing, public art, urban art, theatre, television and cultural action. Included in the Arts/ Multimedia are: artistic production, research, management, administration and coordination in multidisciplinary teams, in technological or artistic studies; participation in the implementation of cultural activities; collaboration in museums and artistic heritage related activities. With regard to the academic training goals for this job profile, eminently practical training of graduates and experimentation in this area must be based on the theoretical knowledge available about the mechanics of artistic thinking and its complexity and semantics. This complexity can be approached from different but complementary theoretical perspectives: the aspects of syntax (related to the analysis of form, use of materials, techniques, procedures and means of expression) and the pragmatic aspects (related to the study of the contexts, functions, conventions, cultural, sociological, cognitive and emotional aspects of aesthetic experience).

Coordinator Aldo Passarinho | apassarinho@ipbeja.pt

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS For specific information about any Degree Programme, check out the international students’ website at https://www.ipbeja. pt/en/StudentsLifeServices/interstudent

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STRUCTURE Bachelor’s Degree in Arts and Multimedia

1st Year | 1st Semester Art History

ECTS

1st Year | 2nd Semester

ECTS

6,0

Art Studio II

Art Studio I

7,0

Drawing II

5,0

Computers

6,0

Introduction to the Principles of Art

4,0

Drawing I

6,0

Lab: Photography

5,0

English A / B

5,0

Lab: Sound

5,0

Lab: Video

5,0

2nd Year | 1st Semester

ECTS

2nd Year | 2nd Semester

6,0

ECTS

Art Studio III

7,0

2D and 3D Animation

6,0

Contemporary Culture and Society

4,0

Design

6,0

Illustration

7,0

Lab: Multimedia II

8,0

Lab: Multimedia I

7,0

Screenwriting

5,0

Multimedia Programming

5,0

Visual Culture

5,0

3rd Year | 1st Semester

ECTS

3rd Year | 2nd Semester

ECTS

Digital Arts

7,0

Portfolio and Artistic Production

5,0

History of Contemporary Art

6,0

Seminar

7,0

Lab: Multimedia III

8,0

Traineeship

Psychology of Art

4,0

Web Design

5,0

18,0


BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN ATTORNEYSHIP

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES A degree in Attorneyship allows future professionals access to multiple functions, in terms of the labour market and they may exercise the following functions and activities: 1.Be a Solicitor, as a liberal profession, in a separate exercise, or through the creation of a society of Solicitors; 2. Be an Enforcement Agent (Solicitor of Execution); 3. Be a Legal Advisor; 4. Be a Higher Technician in Public Administration (Central, Regional, Local, Foundations and Public Enterprises); 5. Be responsible for business litigation; 6. Be a Mediator in the Justices of the Peace (Justices of the Peace, Family, Labour, Consumer, Criminal, Administrative and Industrial Property); 7. Be in Business Management and Services, with a strong legal basis; 8. Be a Secretary of Companies; 9. Be an Insolvency Administrator; 10. Be an Advisor at a Private Notary; 11. Be in assets and inheritance management; 12. Be in Real Estate.

OBJECTIVES AND METHODOLOGIES Master the fundamental areas of Portuguese law. Resolve practical issues relating to contracts, torts, labour law, property law, lease and condominiums; Analyse and resolve tax matters, focusing on the taxation of capital; Distinguish the types of traders, respective statutes, rights and obligations and the most important transactions in the shop; Master the fundamental rules of organization and operation of private commercial companies and public companies, including the preparation, reporting and analysis of companies; Distinguish the criminal offense of administrative offenses; Resolve issues relating to marriage, in particular, those that are patrimonial in nature and related to death and the inventory process; Represent citizens before public and private entities, in particular the submission of applications, requesting records, and preparing and granting deeds; Develop requirements and procedural documents and intervene in Court, in particular, on the level of enforcing proceedings; Know the rights and duties of the professional Solicitors.

Coordinator Francisco José de Aragão Baixinho Cravo | solicitadoria@ipbeja.pt

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS For specific information about any Degree Programme, check out the international students’ website at https://www.ipbeja. pt/en/StudentsLifeServices/interstudent

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STRUCTURE Bachelor’s Degree in Attorneyship

1st Year | 1st Semester Accounting and Management

ECTS

1st Year | 2nd Semester

ECTS

6,0

Administrative Law I

Economics and Finance

6,0

Taxation

8,0

Introduction to Law

6,0

General Theory of Civil Law

8,0

Constitutional and European Law

6,0

Professional Ethics and Deontology

6,0

Information Technologies Applied to Legal Services

6,0

2nd Year | 3st Semester

ECTS

2nd Year | 4st Semester

8,0

ECTS

Law of Obligations I

6,0

Law of Obligations II

6,0

Property Law

6,0

Civil Procedural Law I

7,0

Administrative Law II

6,0

Penal Code, Procedural Code and Offenses

6,0

Family Law

6,0

3rd Year | 5st Semester

ECTS

Alternative Dispute Resolution

5,0

Commercial Law I

6,0

Law of Succession and Inventory

6,0

3rd Year | 6st Semester

ECTS

Civil Procedural Law II

6,0

Legal Services of Execution

4,0

Notarial Law

6,0

Registers’Law

6,0

Insolvency Law

6,0

Commercial Law I

6,0

Executive Process

6,0

Labor Law and the Labor Process

4,0

Urban and Rural Lease

6,0

Practice of Legal Services

4,0

Daytime and E-learning


BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES The Computer Science degree prepares students to carry out various types of tasks in computing, including the following: Analyst and software programmer, including applications for Web, PC, and mobile computing; Management systems and computer networks; Information Systems Director, including database systems; IT Manager of projects in the private and public sector. Graduates in Computer Science have a very high employment rate, as can be seen by checking the data available on the website of the Planning, Strategy, Evaluation and International Relations Office of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Higher Education (http://www.dgeec.mec.pt).

OBJECTIVES AND METHODOLOGIES The Computer Science degree from the School of Technology and Management provides a solid foundation in computing that enables the licensee to immediately enter the professional life. In particular, students get a solid set of skills and abilities in the following areas: Programming; Unix and Windows Operating Systems; Software Analysis and Design; Software Engineering; Design and Security of Computer Networks; Databases; Computer-Interaction and Assistive Technology for People with Special Needs; Adaptability, Decision-making, Execution, Critical Spirit, and Initiative.

Coordinator Luís Carlos da Silva Bruno | informatica@ipbeja.pt

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS For specific information about any Degree Programme, check out the international students’ website at https://www.ipbeja. pt/en/StudentsLifeServices/interstudent

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STRUCTURE Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science

1st Year | 1st Semester

ECTS

Digital Systems

1st Year | 2nd Semester

ECTS

6,0

Computer Architecture

Introduction to Programming

6,0

Databases 1

7,0

Linear Algebra

6,0

Discrete Mathematics

6,0

Mathematical Analysis

6,0

Object-Oriented Programming

7,0

Physics Applied to Computation

6,0

Probabilities and Statistics

4,0

2nd Year | 1st Semester

ECTS

Computational Mathematics

2nd Year | 2nd Semester

6,0

ECTS

6,0

Computer Networks 2

Computer Networks 1

6,0

Data Structures and Algorithms

6,0

Databases 2

6,0

Human-Computer Interaction

6,0

Operating Systems

6,0

Software Engineering

6,0

Programming Languages

6,0

Web Technologies and Mobile Environments

6,0

3rd Year | 1st Semester

ECTS

3rd Year | 2nd Semester

6,0

ECTS

Group Dynamics and Communication

2,0

IT Regulation

3,0

Information Systems

6,0

Marketing and Entrepreneurship

3,0

Integrated Project

4,0

System Administration

6,0

Programming for Mobile Devices

6,0

Topics in Computer Science

6,0

Security in Communication Networks

6,0

Internship or Final Project

15,0

Web Application Development

6,0


BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN EDUCATION AND MULTIMEDIA COMMUNICATION

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Media production Television, video, documentary and advertising. Nonlinear image editing, animation and multimedia content. Information design and 2D and 3D animation Information design and infographics for 3D modelling and animation, interface design and interactive applications. Editing multimedia products Analysis and information architecture, design and development of interactive games, content editing and sound design. Web Designer and Web planner Development of web services, layouts and content editing, designing and implementing web pages. Education and Research Development and implementation of distance learning methods, design of educational content, research in the area of multimedia content and technology products.

OBJECTIVES AND METHODOLOGIES The Education and Multimedia Communication degree profile is oriented to the labour market in the production of educational materials for use in formal and non-formal educational settings, namely: a) Understand the principles and different media coverage of the languages of educational content; b) Apply multimedia and audiovisual media coverage of the content; c) Mediate educational content according to specific learning objectives; d) Understand the technologies and platforms that support production, media coverage and distribution of content; e) Conceptualize the relationship between specific content and learning objectives in different contexts; f) Develop media content according to the information society and knowledge needs; g) Get to know the basic principles of the long distance learning systems and platforms (EAD). Coordinator Rui Alexandre Lopes de Sousa | rui.alexandre@ipbeja.pt ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS For specific information about any Degree Programme, check out the international students’ website at https://www.ipbeja. pt/en/StudentsLifeServices/interstudent

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STRUCTURE Bachelor’s Degree in Education and Multimedia Communication

1st Year | 1st Semester Computing

ECTS

1st Year | 2nd Semester

ECTS

6,0

Culture and Identity

4,0

English A / English B

5,0

Information Technologies

7,0

History of Communication

4,0

Sound Lab

7,0

Photo Lab

6,0

Video Lab

7,0

Screenwriting

5,0

Visual Culture

5,0

Communication Theory

4,0

2nd Year | 1st Semester

ECTS

2nd Year | 2nd Semester

ECTS

2D and 3D Animation

7,0

Educational Content Design I

4,0

Design

6,0

Journalism Lab

4,0

Multimedia Lab I

7,0

Multimedia Lab II

8,0

Psychology of Perception

4,0

Multimedia Programming

7,0

Web Technologie

6,0

Web Design

7,0

3rd Year | 1st Semester

ECTS

3rd Year | 2nd Semester

ECTS

Educational Content Design II

4,0

Internship

E-Learning

4,0

Multimedia Project Methodologies

6,0

Infographics

6,0

Seminar

6,0

Interactive Narratives and Games

6,0

Marketing and Advertising

4,0

Multimedia Lab III

6,0

18,0


BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN ELEMENTARY AND EARLY EDUCATION

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES A degree in Elementary and Early Education allows its graduates access to the Masters Degrees in Education, which will enable them to teach in the following areas: Preschool Education; Preschool Education and Teaching Elementary School Education; Teaching Elementary School and Middle School Education. The Basic Education graduates acquire qualified skills that enable them to have professional intervention in support functions and monitoring in various contexts such as: Day-cares, Kindergartens and Schools; Leisure Centres; Cultural centres, museums, libraries and toy libraries; Educational Divisions of Municipal Councils and Parish Councils; Institutions of Social Solidarity.

OBJECTIVES AND METHODOLOGIES Promote the acquisition of knowledge and skills essential to effectively develop a globalized teaching in all areas of Preschool Education, Elementary Education, in Mathematics, English Language, History and Geography of Portugal and the Natural Sciences of the Middle School.; Provide knowledge of the overall development process of children between 3-12 years old; Provide expertise to develop skills of expression and communication; Help create environments that promote equal opportunities of the access to education and successful development and learning; Develop in the future Basic Education professional the dimension of a research and pedagogical innovation agent, covering the reflective and creative role in the educational process; Promote the acquisition of skills in order to intervene responsibly in solving educational problems in the school and community; Develop in the future Basic Education professional a critical spirit for an effective confrontation of perspectives about educational problems; Training professionals with an ability and desire for self-training throughout life. The course of Basic Education uses different methodologies, adapted to the conductive lines defined by assumptions of the Bologna Process. The diversification of methodologies that are proposed by the various courses are for the purposed of facilitating the development of skills and acquisition of knowledge specific to each course. Coordinator Cesário Paulo Lameiras de Almeida | calmeida@ipbeja.pt ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS For specific information about any Degree Programme, check out the international students’ website at https://www.ipbeja. pt/en/StudentsLifeServices/interstudent

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STRUCTURE Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary and Early Education

1st Year | 1st Semester

ECTS

Artistic Expressions and Physical Education I (modules: Dramatic, Music)

8,0

Fundamentals of Mathematics I

6,0

General Pedagogy

1,5

Natural Sciences I Option I - a) Education and Gender Iguality;

6,0 1,5 5,5 1,5

Heritage Education; Intercultural Education

Portuguese I Socio-anthropology of Education

2nd Year | 1st Semester

ECTS

Artistic Expressions and Physical Education III

1st Year | 2nd Semester

ECTS

Educational Psychology

4,0

Foreign Language (English)

2,0

Fundamentals of Mathematics II

6,5

Fundamentals of Physical Chemistry

6,0

Motor and Artistic Expression II (modules: Dramatic, Music)

5,0

Portuguese II

6,5

2nd Year | 2nd Semester

ECTS

(modules: Motor, Plastic)

6,0

Artistic Expressions and Physical Education IV (modules: Motor, Plastic)

5,0

Curriculum Development

2,5

Biology, Health and Environment

4,0

Geometry and Geometric Transformations 7,0

Educational Research Methods

2,0

Language Acquisition and Development 6,5

Elements of Probability and Statistics

6,5

Life Sciences

6,0

Literacy and Reader Education

6,5

2,0

Observation and Analysis of Educational Contexts

2,0

Portugal Geography

4,0

Special Educational Needs

3rd Year | 1st Semester

ECTS

3rd Year | 2nd Semester

ECTS

Artistic Expressions and Physical Education V (Physical, Plastic, Dramatic, Music) 6,0

Learning - Teaching Methodology (Dramatic, 5,0 Motor, Music, Plastic)

History of Portugal

5,0

Learning and Teaching Mathematics

5,0

Infanto-juvenile Literature

7,0

Learning and Teaching of Portuguese

5,0

Materials and Technology in Mathematics 6,0

Learning and Teaching the Environment 5,0

Observation and Cooperative Intervention in the Context of Day Care and Preschool 6,0

Observation and Cooperative Intervention in the Context of 1º and 2º Cycle 8,0 Option II a) Education and Gender Iguality; Heritage Education; Intercultural Education

2,0


BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES The professional insertion of graduates in Environmental Engineering will take place in Companies, Associations, Local Authorities, Health Delegations and Studies and Project Offices and their responsibilities will extend from the control and operational management of environmental treatment systems to the analysis and management of natural resources.

OBJECTIVES AND METHODOLOGIES The professional qualified in Environmental Engineering will present a solid knowledge regarding: (i) environmental quality assessment of water, soil and air; (ii) the prevention, assessment and pollution control of the different environmental compartments; (iii) treatment technologies for water, wastewater, soil, and air; (iv) solid waste management (e.g. collection, transport, landfilling, recycling and valorisation); (v) project elaboration, exploration and evaluation for water and wastewater treatment systems, waste management, environmental impact assessment, and environmental management systems. The Environmental Engineer student will know the basic principles of the natural environment and the different ecosystems and their interactions. Develop knowledge about the different techniques for the environmental quality assessment and the impacts caused by the different pollution sources. Acquire competency to solve environmental problems, in particular in the prevention, evaluation and control of pollution which can affect the different environmental compartments. Acquire skills in specific areas, such as in the design and operation of environmental systems for: waste management, water treatment and supply systems, drainage systems and wastewater treatment, soil remediation, gaseous effluents treatment and air quality control.

Coordinator Paula Alvarenga | paula.alvarenga@ipbeja.pt

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS For specific information about any Degree Programme, check out the international students’ website at https://www.ipbeja. pt/en/StudentsLifeServices/interstudent

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STRUCTURE Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Engineering

1st Year | 1st Semester

ECTS

Chemistry

6,0

Communication and Information Technologies

3,0

Introduction to Environmental Problems 4,0 Mathematics

6,0

Organic Chemistry

6,0

Physics

5,0

2nd Year | 3rd Semester

ECTS

1st Year | 2nd Semester Applied Mathematics

ECTS 5,0

Biochemistry

6,0

Dynamic of Fluids

6,0

Ecology

4,0

Microbiology

5,0

Technical Design

4,0

2st Year | 4th Semester

ECTS

Environmental Chemistry I

5,0

Environmental Management

4,0

Equipment and Control of Processes and Automatisms

5,0

Environmental Toxicology

4,0

Integrated Solid Waste Management

5,0

Hydrogeology

4,0

Public Health

3,0

Statistics

3,5

Technologies for Transport and Treatment of Waters and Wastewaters I 5,0 Topography and Cartography

3rd Year | 5th Semester

3,5

ECTS

Methods of Instrumental Analysis

4,0

Project Analysis and Elaboration

4,0

Technologies for Transport and Treatment of Waters and Wastewaters II 5,0 Water Treatement Plant Design I

3rd Year | 6th Semester

5,0

ECTS

Air and Sound Pollution I

3,0

Air and Sound Pollution II

3,0

Design of Water Supply Systems

6,0

Design of the Drainage System

6,0

Soil Pollution and Decontamination

5,0

Environmental Chemistry II

4,0

Waste Valorization

5,0

Wastewater Treatment Plant Design I

5,0

Health and Safety in Environmental Systems

3,0

Water Treatment Plant Design II

6,0

Internship

8,0

Wastewater Treatment Plant Design II 6,0


BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES The professional graduated in Food Science and Technology will present, at the end of the study cycle a solid technological knowledge regarding the characteristics and composition of most food, giving them skills for applying this knowledge to the activities that ensure safe food with quality, nutritional value and innovation throughout the food chain. The professional insertion of graduates in Food Science and Technology will extend from the control of food production to toxicological, hygiene and sanitary risk assessment, implementation of HACCP and traceability systems, application of advanced physical, chemical and microbiological analysis of food, quality control, marketing strategies of food products, auditing, consulting and entrepreneurship, among other things.

OBJECTIVES AND METHODOLOGIES Know the basic principles of Food Science and Technology, including the physical, chemical and sensory properties. Deeply understand hygiene and food microbiology in order to ensure the production of safe food under the current legislation. Learn to develop systems that ensure the production of food with quality, safety, innovation and high nutritional value according to consumers’ needs and expectations. Acquire skills in specific technology areas such as dairy, meat and fish, wine, olive oil, vegetable oils and horticultural, which are essential in the regional and national context. Present ethical and professional responsibilities in the global and social context for the sustainable development and production with respect for the environment.

Coordinator Nuno Bartolomeu Alvarenga | bartolomeu.alvarenga@ipbeja.pt

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS For specific information about any Degree Programme, check out the international students’ website at https://www.ipbeja. pt/en/StudentsLifeServices/interstudent

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STRUCTURE Bachelor’s Degree in Food Science and Technology

1st Year | 1st Semester

ECTS

1st Year | 2nd Semester

ECTS

Biology

6,0

General Biochemistry

5,0

Applied Physics

5,0

Mathematics

6,0

Research Methodologies Applied to Technologies

2,5

Raw Materials of Animal Origin

4,0

Transport Phenomena

5,0

Chemistry

6,0

Introduction to Food Technology

5,0

Applied Organic Chemistry

3,0

2nd Year | 3rd Semester

ECTS

Vegetable Raw Material Production

4,0

Microbiology

5,0

Statistics and Experimental Design

3,5

2nd Year | 4th Semester

ECTS

Food Analysis

5,5

Food Chemistry

5,0

Quality Control

5,0

Food Biotechnology

5,0

Unit Operations

5,0

Human Nutrition and Feed

5,0

Industrial Technical Facilities

5,0

Packaging and Storage

5,0

Food Microbiology

5,5

Separation Processes

5,0

Entrepreneurship

2,0

Refrigeration Technology

5,0

Marketing and Food Distribution

2,0

3rd Year | 5th Semester Meat and Fish Technology

ECTS 6,5

Vegetable and Fruit Processing Technology

5,5

Wine Technology

6,0

Olive Oil and Vegetable Oils Technology 5,5 Dairy Technology

6,5

3rd Year | 6th Semester

ECTS

Sensory Analysis

5,0

Food Rheology

5,0

Food Quality and Safety

5,0

Internship

9,0

Valorisation of By-products

3,0

Innovation in Food Industry

3,0


BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN MANAGEMENT

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES A degree in Management has several opportunities such as: Management of public or private companies in various sectors: Education; Entrepreneur; Accountant; Consultant; Chartered Accountant and Others.

OBJECTIVES AND METHODOLOGIES Objectives Course appropriate for the Bologna process since 2006/2007 Course Accredited by the Chamber of Chartered Accountants (OCC) Educational and Professional Goals: It is intended that by the end of the course students have acquired the following skills: General Skills: Communication and relational skills (ability to listen, to encourage participation and to participate in teamwork); develop a proactive approach that encourages lifelong learning with a high degree of autonomy; Capacity for adaptation and anticipation of changes, flexibility and systemic view of organizations. Specific Skills: Ability to identify, analyse and solve the problems of companies/organizations based on sound management; training in the core areas of accounting and finance, marketing, operations, human resources and information systems; capability to select, collect and interpret information relevant to the functions of management; ability to identify and apply the techniques and methodologies used in the various functional areas of management, supported by a solid interdisciplinary knowledge, obtained in the areas of economics, law, social sciences and ethics; ability to understand and act within a framework of increasing globalization, supported by content on internationalization in various courses and additional training in Business English.

Coordinator Maria Clara Pereira Pires | gestao@ipbeja.pt

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STRUCTURE Bachelor’s Degree in Management

1st Year | 1st Semester

ECTS

Accounting I

1st Year | 2nd Semester

ECTS

6,0

Business Law I

Business English

5,0

Accounting II

6,0

Introduction to Law

4,0

ICT Solutions for Management I

5,0

Introduction to Management

4,0

Macroeconomics

5,0

Mathematics I

5,0

Mathematics II

6,0

Microeconomics

6,0

Social Psychology of Organizations

3,0

2nd Year | 1st Semester

ECTS

5,0

2nd Year | 2nd Semester

ECTS

Business Law II

6,0

Financial Analysis

5,0

Financial Calculus

4,0

Information Systems in the Enterprise

4,0

ICT Solutions for Management II

3,0

Operational Research

5,0

Budget Management and Accounting

6,0

Operations Management

6,0

Portuguese and International Economy

6,0

Public Accounting

4,0

Probability and Statistics

5,0

Taxation

6,0

3rd Year | 1st Semester

ECTS

3rd Year | 2nd Semester

ECTS

Auditing

5,0

Business Ethics

3,0

Entrepreneurship and Innovation

6,0

Internship or Project

Financial Management

6,0

Marketing

6,0

Human Resource Management

4,0

Strategic Management

3,0

Investment Analysis

6,0

Planning and Management Control

3,0

18,0


BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN NURSING

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES The human being is a social being inserted into a family and a community with a specific culture, to live in a certain historical period with their own personality. All this makes the human being unique, but at the same time global. They seek throughout their life cycle to live in a state of harmony with themselves and the society that surrounds them, allowing them to be considered a person with health. The nurse inserted in a multidisciplinary team, helps a person to find their state of health and harmony and keep it by providing care or providing information to the person, family or community. The nursing professional guides their actions by humanistic principles of respect for the values, culture and religion of those who are the target of nursing care. The nursing ESSB Course is an academic bachelor’s degree, lasting 4 academic years, corresponding to 240 credits. In each semester there is a period of theoretical and a period of clinical (practical) training. The students’ education is developed around the science of nursing, biomedical, social and behavioural. At the end of the course, students can choose to exercise their liberal profession in public or private institutions such as: a) Hospitals; b) Health Centres; c) Clinics; d) Homes for the Elderly; e) Nurseries; f) Businesses; g) Schools; h) Other entities.

OBJECTIVES AND METHODOLOGIES General Objectives The Bachelor of Nursing aims to provide technical, scientific, and human training that allows students at the end of the course to be able to: Provide general nursing care directed to the individual throughout the life cycle, to the family and to the community in all three levels of prevention; Participate in the management of nursing services; Participate in teaching related to your work area; Participate in research studies, promoting the scientific development of the profession.

Coordinator Maria Dulce dos Santos Santiago | dulce.santiago@ipbeja.pt ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS For specific information about any Degree Programme, check out the international students’ website at https://www.ipbeja. pt/en/StudentsLifeServices/interstudent

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STRUCTURE Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing

1st Year | 1st Semester

ECTS

History of Nursing Nursing Methods and Techniques Fundamentals of Health Relational Intervention in Nursing Microbiology and Parasitology Education for Health Food, Nutrition and Health Human Anatomy and Physiology I Clinical Training: Nursing Fundamentals

2nd Year | 1st Semester

ECTS

Medical Nursing Medicine Pharmacology Information Systems in Nursing* Technical English* Clinical Training: Medical Nursing

3rd Year | 1st Semester

8,0 4,0 3,0 2,0 2,0 13,0

ECTS

Nursing of Medical-Surgical Specialties Nursing in Gerontology and Geriatrics Research II Clinical Training: Nursing of Medical-Surgical Specialties Clinical Training: Nursing in Gerontology and Geriatrics

4th Year | 1st Semester

2,5 5,5 2,5 2,5 2,5 2,0 2,0 4,0 6,5

5,5 5,0 3,5 8,0 8,0

ECTS

Community Health Nursing 15,5 Family Nursing 5,5 Bioethics Applied to Nursing 2,0 Family Sociology 3,0 Law Applied to Nursing 2,5 Nursing in Palliative Care * 1,5 Complementary Therapies in Health * 2,0 Clinical Training: Community Health Nursing 14,0

1st Year | 2nd Semester

ECTS

Developmental Psychology Human Anatomy and Physiology II Maternal Health Nursing Child and Adolescent Nursing Ethics and deontology in Nursing Clinical Training: Nursing in Maternal Health and Child and Adolescent Health

2nd Year | 2nd Semester

7,0 3,0 2,0 4,0 14,0

ECTS

Nursing in Mental Health and Psychiatry Paediatric Nursing Management Applied to Nursing Clinical Training: Nursing in Menta Health and Psychiatry Clinical Training: Paediatric Nursing

4rd Year | 2st Semester Internship

12,5

ECTS

Surgical Nursing Surgery Health Psychology Research I Clinical Training: Surgical Nursing

3rd Year | 2nd Semester

3,5 3,0 4,0 5,0 2,0

5,0 6,5 2,5 8,0 8,0

ECTS 30,0

* Option course unit


BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES According to WHO, Occupational Therapy is the science that studies human activity and uses it as a therapeutic resource to prevent and treat physical and/or psychosocial difficulties interfering in the client’s development and independence of the activities included in daily living, work and leisure. It is the art and science of guiding the individual’s participation in selected activities to restore, strengthen and build capacity, facilitating learning those skills and functions essential for adaptation and productivity, reducing or correcting pathologies and promoting and maintaining health. Occupational therapy promotes health by engaging in meaningful occupations and treatment contexts ranging from inpatient, semi-inpatient and outpatient, home care and community intervention (preferred and meaningful context client). The Occupational Therapy study cycle includes the academic bachelor’s degree and lasts four academic years corresponding to 240 credits. In each semester, there is a theoretical period and a clinical teaching (practical) period. At the end of the Occupational Therapy study cycle, students can opt for the liberal exercise of the profession or for private and public institutions such as: Hospitals/ Health Centres/Private Institutions/Nursing Homes and Day Care/Mental Health Clinics/Schools/Kindergartens/ Rehabilitation Clinics / Resource Centres for Inclusion (...)

OBJECTIVES AND METHODOLOGIES Provide services/care in Occupational Therapy directed at the person and their informal caregivers (family / significant people), population and organization; participate in research studies, promoting the scientific development of the profession.

Coordinator Susana Pestana | susana.pestana@ipbeja.pt

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STRUCTURE Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Therapy

1st Year | 1st Semester

ECTS

1st Year | 2nd Semester

ECTS

Anatomy and Phisiology I

6,0

Anatomy and Phisiology II

6,0

Developmental Psychology

4,5

Biostatistics

6,0

Occupational Biomechanics I

6,0

Dysfunction Occupational Performance I 7,5

Personal Development I

1,5

New Methodologies in Occupational Therapy 4,5

Psychology or Interpersonal Relations

3,0

Occupational Biomechanics II

4,5

Sciences Occupation

4,5

Personal Development II

1,5

Theories and Foundations of Occupational Therapy

4,5

2nd Year | 1st Semester

ECTS

2nd Year | 2nd Semester

ECTS

Approaches in Occupational Therapy

4,5

Clinical Training I

6,0

Dysfunction Occupational Performance II

6,0

Evaluation Methodologies II

6,0

Evaluation Methodologies I

6,0

Investigation

7,5

Methodologies for Planning and Intervention II

6,0

Occupation Dynamics II

4,5

Methodologies for Planning and Intervention I 6,0 Occupation Dynamics I

6,0

Personal Development III

1,5

3rd Year | 1st Semester Bioethics and Deontology Clinical Training II

ECTS 3,0 19,5

3rd Year | 2nd Semester

ECTS

Health Management

3,0

Methodology Applied Research

6,0

Dysfunction Occupational Performance III 6,0

New Approaches in Occupational Therapy 9,0

Personal Development IV

Occupation Adapted to Special Population 7,5

4th Year | 1st Semester Clinical Training III

1,5

ECTS 21,0

Personal Development V

1,5

Seminars I and II

3,0

4rd Year | 2st Semester Clinical Training IV

ECTS 22,5

Projects in Occupational Therapy I

6,0

Personal Development VI

1,5

Seminar III

3,0

Projects in Occupational Therapy II

6,0


BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN SOCIAL WORK

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES The Social Work course offers career opportunities in public and private institutions and non-profit organizations such as hospitals, health centres, probation offices, schools, municipalities, local development associations, cooperatives, private institutions of social solidarity(IPSS), prisons, institutions supporting children, youth, women, the elderly, people with disabilities, ethnic minorities, immigrants, homeless people , and other groups at risk.

OBJECTIVES AND METHODOLOGIES General Objectives The Social Work Course aims to train professionals in developing their performance based on theoretical, methodological, technical, operational, ethical and political knowledge. Specific objectives The knowledge of historical, social, political, economic and cultural conditions that led to the emergence and institutionalization of Social Work; The comprehension of the principles, methods, attitudes and purposes of the professional practice in different streams of Social Work; The contextualization, interpretation and understanding of the field of Social Work, the existing and emerging demands in the Portuguese reality, embedded on the European and international level; The knowledge and examination of the relationships between Social Work and Social Policy at the levels of intervention, design, interpretation and evaluation; The development of Social Work research skills using methods and techniques; Building relationships in the context of an internship that encompasses the academic training and the social, institutional and socio–professional reality; The domain-level relational skills and inter-cultural; The ethical-political reflection, for an intervention to promote and protect ethical and human rights.

Coordinator Adelaide Fernandes Pires Malainho | amalainho@ipbeja.pt

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STRUCTURE Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work

1st Year | 1st Semester

ECTS

1st Year | 2nd Semester

ECTS

Anthropology I

3,0

Anthropology II

Economic and Social History

3,0

Expression and Communication Workshop 2,0

Foundations of Social Work I

6,0

Information and Communication Technologies

Foreign Language ( English, French or Spanish)

3,0

3,0

Foundations of Social Work II

6,0

Introduction to Law

3,0

Psychology of Development

3,0

Population and Territory

4,0

Social Politics I

5,0

Statistics Applied to Social Sciences

3,0

Social Research Methodologies

4,0

Work and Community Intervention I

5,0

Sociology

4,0

2nd Year | 1st Semester

ECTS

2nd Year | 2nd Semester

3,0

ECTS

Family and Young People Rights

3,0

Applied Social Research Methodologies 5,0

Area - Organizational Development

2,0

Area - Health

Option I - Organization Management of Projects

3,0

Option I - Gerontology Introdution

Option II - Organizational Ecology

Option II - Health and Social Intervention

Social Economy

3,0

Labour Law

Social Politics II

5,0

Social Psychology and Group Dynamics 4,0

Social Work I

5,0

Social Work II

Sociology of Organizations

3,5

Sociology of the Family

3,0

Specialized Educational Intervention

3,5

Work and Community Intervention III

6,0

Work and Community Intervention II

5,0

3rd Year | 1st Semester

ECTS

3rd Year | 2nd Semester

Ethics and Professional Deontology

3,0

Dissertation

Public Health

3,0

Research Seminars II

Research Seminars I

4,0

Traineeship II

4,0

Work and Community Intervention V

Social Work III Traineeship I

12,0

Work and Community Intervention IV 4,0

3,0 6,0

ECTS 6,0 5,0 16,0 3,0


BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN SPORT

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Sports Clubs, Pre-Schools and Elementary Schools, Gyms and Health Clubs, Sports Training Schools, local councils, Sports Federations, Sports Associations and private Companies are the preferential labour market for our professionals. In those organizations they can: Plan and manage training in several different sports; Evaluate physical condition and prescribe training programs; Manage sports facilities; Organize, manage and prescribe activities in health centres; Plan and manage outdoor activities; Promote physical and leisure activities in social institutions.

OBJECTIVES AND METHODOLOGIES The Sport course allows the students to acquire the scientific and technical skills necessary for the formation of sport professionals, able to perform technical jobs in physical exercise or coaching sports. Understanding the process of sports training, managing sports facilities and the organization of events and entertainment activities are other skills worked into this degree.

Coordinator Luís Murta | lmurta@ipbeja.pt ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS For specific information about any Degree Programme, check out the international students’ website at https://www.ipbeja. pt/en/StudentsLifeServices/interstudent

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STRUCTURE Bachelor’s Degree in Sport

1st Year | 1st Semester

ECTS

Applied Statistics

5,0

1st Year | 2nd Semester

ECTS

Exercise Physiology I

4,0

Functional Anatomy of the Locomotor System 3,0

Option II - Education for Active lifestyles 4,0

Motor Development and Learning

Propaedeutics and Methodologies in Physical Activity and Sport II 10,0

5,0

Option I - Communication and Multimedia 4,0 Option I - Foreign Language ( English) Propaedeutics and Methodologies in Physical Activity and Sport I

3,0 10,0

Option II - Ethics in sport

4,0

Research Methodologies in Physical Activity and Sport

4,0

Trauma and First Aid

4,0

Psychology of Physical Activity and Sport 4,0

Youth Sport

4,0

2nd Year | 1st Semester

2nd Year | 2nd Semester

ECTS

ECTS

Exercise Physiology II

4,0

Didactics of Physical Activity and Sport 4,0

Exercise, Nutrition and Health

4,0

Methodology of Training

5,5

Movement Analysis

4,0

Option IV - Functional Reeducation

4,0

Option IV - Physical Activity and Adapted Sport

4,0

Professional Practice in Sport and PA (Initiation)

5,5

Propaedeutics and Methodologies in Physical Activity and Sport IV - Fitness

6,0

Management and Marketing in PA and Sport

4,0

Observation and Analysis of Sports Skills 3,0 Option III - Models of Sports Organisations 4,0 Option III - Sport Animation

4,0

Pedagogy of the PA and Sports

4,0

Propaedeutics and Methodologies in Physical Activity and Sport III - Fitness

7,0

3rd Year | 1st Semester

ECTS

3rd Year | 2nd Semester

Evaluation and Exercise prescription

4,0

Internship II

Internship I

7,0

Option V - Specific Didactics: Sports Training

Intervention Project on Physical Activity and Sport

4,0

Option V - Specific Didactics: Fitness

4,0

Physical Activity and Heritage

4,0

Physical Activity for Special Populations 4,0 Propaedeutics and Methodologies in Physical Activity and Sport V - Outdoor Sports 7,0

ECTS 23,0 7,0


BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN TOURISM

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Consulting and management of cultural and natural heritage; Setting up and management of tourism businesses; Event / tourist activity planning, organisation and management; Design and management of tourist products; Several functions in public sector organisations. The Degree’s assessment reports attest a high employment rate of ESTIG’s Tourism graduates.

OBJECTIVES AND METHODOLOGIES The Tourism Degree is based in ESTIG – IPBeja’s Technology and Management School. It is a well-established degree, as it has been running for 20 years now. During this period, several curricular changes were made to adapt it to broader social, economic and also cultural/academic changes, and to the evolution of Portuguese tourism. In 2006/2007 the degree was adapted to the Bologna process. Its core subject area is ‘Tourism and Leisure’. It has a total of 180 credits and it is organised in five semesters and two trimesters. The Degree’s curriculum provides a fairly broad education, although its profile is oriented to the area of tourist products and activities. Moreover, several course units focus on the setting up of a business. The Tourism Degree also puts a premium on practical and applied knowledge: this goal is pursued in several course units, such as Professional Practice and Events and Protocol, and through the organisation of multiple field/study trips, participation in and organisation of seminars, conferences and other events, hosted either by IPBeja or by external public or private-sector organisations, contact with tourism-related IT software and ‘enterprise-classes’ – classes with the participation of a wide range of entrepreneurs or public sector’s senior staff. The internship/work placement is another important component of ESTIG’s Tourism Degree and it has the main goal of establishing an effective relationship with public bodies and private sector businesses related to the tourism sector, thus enabling students to apply and further the knowledge and skills they acquired throughout the degree. In 2013, the Tourism Degree was fully accredited for a 6-year period by A3ES, the National Agency for Assessment and Accreditation of Higher Education. Coordinator Victor Manuel do Sacramento Figueira | turismo@ipbeja.pt ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS For specific information about any Degree Programme, check out the international students’ website at https://www.ipbeja. pt/en/StudentsLifeServices/interstudent

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STRUCTURE Bachelor’s Degree in Tourism

1st Year | 1st Semester Applied Statistics

ECTS

1st Year | 2nd Semester

ECTS

5,0

Cultural and Historical Heritage II

6,0

Cultural and Historical Heritage I

5,0

English II

2,5

English I

2,5

Basics of Accounting and Finance

5,0

German I / Spanish I

2,5

German II / Spanish II

2,5

Introduction to Tourism

6,0

Professional Practice I

5,0

Portuguese (Advanced Communication) 4,0

Sociology of Tourism

4,0

Tourism Companies

Sustainable Tourism

5,0

2nd Year | 1st Semester

5,0

ECTS

2nd Year | 2nd Semester

ECTS

Cultural and Historical Heritage III

6,0

Budget Management

5,0

English III

2,5

English IV

2,5

Experiential Tourism

4,0

German IV / Spanish IV

2,5

German III / Spanish III

2,5

New Technologies in Tourism

6,0

Territorial Planning

5,0

Professional Practice II

6,0

Geography and Tourism Itineraries

4,0

Tourism Economy

4,0

Tourism Marketing

6,0

Tourist Accommodation Activities

4,0

3rd Year | 1st Semester

ECTS

3rd Year | 2nd Semester

ECTS

Entrepreneurship

5,0

English Lab

2,0

Events and Protocol

5,0

German / Spanish Lab

2,0

Innovation in Tourism

5,0

Professional Practice III

4,0

International Tourism

5,0

Tourism Entertainment Activities

4,0

Tourism Intermediation Activities

4,0

Tourism Negotiation Techniques

3,0

Tourism Law

6,0

Work Placement

15,0


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POST-GRADUATE EDUCATION Industrial Tourism

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