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2010 IN REVIEW

STUDENTS

Students by cycle

Students by gender

Staff

Staff by gender

19 121 Students 10 688 Bachelor/1st cycle1 6 081 Master/2nd cycle2 2 194 Doctorate/3rd cycle 158 in non-degree programs 274 Post-doctoral researchers includes students enrolled in 1st, 2nd and 3rd years of Integrated Masters 1

includes students in the remaining years of Integrated Masters 2

STAFF 1 472 Teaching staff (1 087.7 FTE) 42% women 234 Research staff (231.1 FTE) 50% women 77% of Teaching/Research staff (FTE) has PhD degree 832 Administrative/Support staff (829.4 FTE) 75% women


Graduates 2009-2010 by cycle

Time to degree (years)* 1st cycle (N=3)

4.07

2 cycle (N=1.5-2)

2.64

Integrated Masters (N=5-6)

6.30

3 cycle (N=3)

4.88

nd

rd

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GRADUATES 2009-2010

* Time to Degree: total length of time between original enrolment to completion of the degree. N: expected amount of years needed to complete the cycle

All graduates 2009-2010 by area*

Doctorates 2009-2010 by area*

*OECD ISCED-97 classification

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Evaluation of Research Units RESEARCH UNITS 42 Research units including 3 Associated Laboratories financed by Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (FCT)

62% of the Research units classified as Excellent or Very Good by international panels

Areas of Research Units*

*FCT classification (Associated Laboratories excluded)


Ongoing (2010) FCT projects by scientific area

460 ongoing research projects financed by Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (FCT)

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NATIONAL RESEARCH PROJECTS

Art Studies

Results call for projects FCT2009 NOVA versus Portugal

NOVA

Portugal

Proposals evaluated 437

4 114

Projects funded

83

698

Success Rate

20,5%

17%

Funding (€)

9,491,436,00

86,643,190,00

% of funding

11%

Mathematics Phylosophy

Sport Studies

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Publications indexed to WoS

An increasing number of citations and international normalized impact

8 -0 05 20

20

04

-0

7

6 -0 03 20

5 20

02

-0

4 -0 01 20

-0 00 20

More than 1 000 publications per year indexed to Web of Science

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PUBLICATIONS & BIBLIOMETRICS

Normalized impact

A growing number of highly-cited papers* Plant & Animal Sciences Chemistry

13

10

Engineering

6

Clinical Medicine

5

Microbiology

5

Environment/Ecology

2

Computer Sciences

1

Mathematics

1

Biology & Biochemistry

1

Immunology

1

Physics

1

Materials Sciences

1

Social Sciences

1

*(2001-2011) Essential Science IndicatorsTM

The normalized citation impact compares the number of citations received (excluding self-citations) to the average number of citations in the same field(s). A normalised impact between 0.8 and 1.2 is similar to the world average

Highly cited papers


1 403 Enrolled foreign students 605 in 1st cycle and Integrated Masters 509 in 2nd cycle

Origin of International Students

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INTERNATIONAL PROFILE

282 in 3 rd cycle 627 Erasmus students (incoming) 95 Foreign staff 103 Foreign post-doctoral researchers 90 Different nationalities

Sudents Top 5 nationalities Brasil

318

Cabo Verde

210

Spain

178

Italy

176

Germany

155

8 Joint Masters and PhD Programmes (including Erasmus Mundus, MIT, UT Austin and CMU)

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NOVA in the 7th Framework Program (FP7)

RESEARCH IN THE EUROPEAN CONTEXT 68 Projects funded by the EU 7th Framework Program

Projects in the themes of the Cooperation section of FP7


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INCOME & EXPENDITURE

2009/Expenditure by area (€)

2010/Expenditure by area (€)

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EMPLOYABILITY

Percentage of diplomates Employed, Unemployed or Economically inactive* one year after graduation

Employability of graduates that obtained their degrees in 2008-2009 - 1st, 2nd and 3rd cycles (Source: OBIPNOVA, Observatório de Inserção Profissional da NOVA)

*Economically inactive: The economically inactive population comprises all persons who were neither "employed" nor "unemployed" during the reference period (EUROSTAT). The vast majority are students enrolled in the subsequent formation cycle

NOVA’s graduates are valued workforce in industry, business life and other facets of society

Percentage of graduates with a professional occupation matched# to their instruction level one year after graduation

# Based on the skill levels of the International Standard Classification of Occupations (ISCO). The three first ISCO categories include posts that are typically occupied by tertiary education graduates (EUROSTAT)


Knowledge transfer is based on the University’s principal tasks: research and education. NOVA is a sought-after partner in R&D projects, as evidence by more than 550 partnerships with entities from the private and public sectors

Entrepreneurship among students is encouraged by initiatives such as Intellectual Property Seminars, Entrepreneurship Days, NOVA Idea Competition and the Master Course “Creating and Managing Entrepreneurial Ventures”. In 2010-2011, about 1 000 students participated in these events

Number of students in entrepreneurship events

IHMT 1 FCM 19

ISEGI 26

ITQB 29

FD 66

NOVASBE 158

NOVA transfers knowledge through collaborative R&D projects manly carried out at interface institutions, Instituto de Desenvolvimento de Novas Tecnologias (UNINOVA) and Instituto de Biologia Experimental e Tecnológica (IBET)

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KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER

ENSP 1 FCT 137

FCSH 188

Annually, more than 160 Continuing Professional Development Courses are organised, by which professionals of several areas improve and broaden their knowledge and skills Interaction with society is promoted by events such as Open-days, participation in the Science and Technology Week and the organization of concerts and exhibitions open to the general public

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NOVA - 2010 in Review  

2010 in Review