Universidade de Lisboa (ULisboa) is the largest and most prestigious university in Portugal and is one of Europe’s leading universities. Heir to a university tradition that spans over seven centuries, ULisboa acquired its current status in July 2013, following the merger of the former Universidade Técnica de Lisboa and Universidade de Lisboa.
Alameda da Universidade
+351 217 967 624
NOVA IMS is the School of Information Management at Universidade Nova de Lisboa. This institute was created in 1989 as a response to the shortage of senior management specialists in information management.Today NOVA IMS provides high-level education to more than 1700 students, including undergraduate, graduate and master's degrees.
Campus de Campolide
+351 213 715 600
By Decree Lusitanorum Nobilissima Gens , the Roman Congregation for Catholic Education initiates the Portuguese Catholic University.The first Faculty is the Faculty of Philosophy of Braga, already operating in that city since 1947. It is the best Portuguese university according to the 2020 Times Higher Education World University Ranking.
Palma de Cima, 1649-023 Lisbon, Portugal
(+351) 217 214 000
Instituto Superior Técnico was founded on 23rd May 1911 by Alfredo Bensaude.Técnico has approximately 11.533 students enrolled.Instituto Superior Técnico (IST, also known coloquially as Técnico, and stylized TÉCNICO LISBOA) is a public school of engineering and technology part of Universidade de Lisboa. It was founded as an autonomous school in 1911, and integrated in the Universidade Técnica de Lisboa in 1930.
Av. Rovisco Pais, 1
Phone: +351 218 417 000
Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias (Lusophone University of Humanities and Technologies) is the largest Portuguese private university, and the main institution of Grupo Lusófona, which administers other universities and colleges in Portugal, Brazil, Cape Verde, Angola, Guinea-Bissau and Mozambique. students from former Portuguese African colonies pay substantially reduced fees.
Campo Grande, 376
1749-024 Lisbon - Portugal
+351 217 515 500
The Polytechnical Institute of Lisbon is one of the biggest state-run polytechnic institutes in Portugal. It was founded in Lisbon during the 1980s,
Public higher education institution that develops its activity through six Schools and two Institutes with a diversified training offer covering the arts, business sciences, health sciences, communication, education and engineering.
Benfica Road, 529
+ 351) 217 101 200
The Lisbon Higher School of Nursing also known by its initials, ESEL , results from the merger of four higher schools in Lisbon . These being the Higher School of Nursing of Artur Ravara (adjacent to the Higher School of Health Technology in Lisbon ), the Higher School of Nursing of Calouste Gulbenkian in Lisbon (at Hospital de Santa Maria ), the Higher School of Nursing of Francisco Gentil ( at the Portuguese Institute of Oncology ) and the Maria Fernanda Resende Nursing School (at the Júlio de Matos Hospital ). This merger became official on February 27, 2007.
Av. Prof. Egas Moniz, 1600-096 Lisboa
+351 21 791 3400
Universidade Europeia provides access to a student-oriented quality higher education. It stands out due to its innovation capacity and its differentiating academic model, founded on the principles of quality, internationalization and proximity to businesses and the labour market.It aims to prepare its students to become the Global Professionals of the future, with all the necessary skills to achieve professional success anywhere in the world.
Estrada da Correia, nº53.
+351 210 309 900
Avenida D. Carlos I, nº4
+351 213 939 600
Rua Laura Ayres, nº4
+351 210 533 820
ISG | Business & Economics School imposes itself since 1978 as a school of reference in the context of teaching management in Portugal. Among business schools, the project ISG
Today, this project goes beyond the borders of our country and is echoed in similar educational initiatives in Brazil, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique and Angola.Currently more than 25,000 students attend the 22 countries in various educational institutions that comprise the “Group Lusófona” scattered throughout various speaking countries.
Av. Marechal Craveiro Lopes,
N.º2 A 1700-284
Lisboa (Campo Grande)
+351 21 751 37 00
ISPA was founded by the congregation of Catholic religious orders and started its activity in 1962 with the designation of Instituto de Ciências PsicoPedagógicas.In 2012 ISPA celebrated its 50th anniversary. It was fifty years of remarkable institutional development, which decisively determined the history, affirmation and recognition of psychology, behavioral and life sciences in Portugal.
As one of the oldest institutions in the higher education network in Portugal, ISPA has contributed to raising the standards and the universalist and multicultural vocation of higher education in the respect for the values that distinguish and affirm this university project.
Rua Jardim do Tabaco, 34
+351 218 811 700
Established in 1988, Universidade Aberta (UAb) is the single public distance education university in Portugal. Due to its purpose, UAb uses comprehensively, in its teaching activities, the most advanced technologies and methods of Distance Learning, without geographical borders or physical barriers, and giving special emphasis to the expansion of the Portuguese language and culture within the Lusophony space (migrant communities and Portuguese speaking countries).
Rua da Escola Politécnica, 141-147, 1269-001 Lisboa - Portugal, Phone: +351 213 916 300
The Carlucci American International School of Lisbon (known as CAISL) is a prominent private international school in Linhó, Sintra, Portugal, a wealthy suburb of Lisbon on the Portuguese Riviera. Founded in 1956, CAISL is the oldest American school in the Iberian Peninsula and the only U.S. State Department school in Portugal. It is named in honor of Frank C. Carlucci III, former U.S. Ambassador to Portugal and U.S. Secretary of Defense. Hillary Clinton, at the time First Lady of the United States, officially inaugurated CAISL's current campus in Linhó in 1998.
The CIS accredited Carlucci American International School, located in Lisbon, has 660 co-ed students, aged 3 through 18, and offers curricula for both American College Prep and IB Diploma.
Rua António dos Reis, 95,
+351 219 239 800 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Santo António Asylum, later known as the Santo António de Lisboa Child Protection Association, and presently under the name of the Santo António de Lisboa Pro-Childhood Association, was founded on March 22, 1891, with 13 members, by Luís Pinto Moitinho, with the administration entrusted to a board composed of seven effective members and three alternates. Inspired by the feelings of its founder, the Statutes were drawn up, approved according to a permit of 3 June 1890, by the Civil Governor of Lisbon.
The Association intends to respond to the entire surrounding population, ensuring the social responses Creche and ATL, under the tutelage of Social Security. The pre-school social response and the 1st Cycle of Basic Education, with pedagogical parallels, operate under the tutelage of the Ministry of Education
AV. ALMIRANTE REIS 38, N18
(+351) 218 140 438
St. Julian’s is the leading British International School in Portugal, recognised for its long-standing reputation for outstanding academic success in a caring and nurturing environment. We are a close-knit community, where each and every student is known and valued and students from Nursery to Year 13 learn, grow and develop together.
Established in 1932, St Julian’s is the oldest and largest British International School in Portugal. St Julian’s has developed into a leading British International school with a strong record of academic achievements and a full programme of extra-curricular activities including the arts and sport.In the present day they are leading British International School in Portugal, and are accredited by the Council of International Schools (CIS), Council of British International Schools (COBIS - Associate Member), New England Schools and Colleges (NEASC) and the International Baccleaureate (IB).
Av. Jorge V 374
+351 21 458 5300
Transition to a co-educational school began in 1963. During the building of the first bridge over the Tejo River, the expanding English expatriate community asked the sisters to establish a new school. St Dominic’s College, an English language co-educational school was established in the convent. The school started with fewer than twenty students but quickly outgrew its space
St Dominic’s International School, Portugal is a private, accredited, non-selective, co-ed, non-profit Lisbon school teaching the IB curriculum to 600 children from 3-18 split between lower and upper schools.
Rua Maria Brown
Outeiro de Polima
2789-518 Sao Domingos de Rana
+351 214 440 434 / 480 550
A small international bilingual school, in the process of expanding. Year 7 established September 2018 and plans for a year 9 class in September 2019, followed by year 10 in 2020. In partnership with St James’s school for pupils from year 8 to year 10. Curriculum divided into four main subjects, English, Portuguese, Maths and the Sciences.
Rua dos Depósitos de Água, 339 - 1º
(+351) 21 486 47 55
(+351) 91 028 01 05
(+351) 91 028 01 05
St. James’ School was created in response to the need for expansion of St. George’s School which has existed since 1960, in Cascais, and it has followed the same guidelines, policies and ethos as St. George’s School.St. James’ is a school for children from the ages of 6 to 10.
These well-prepared children will continue their learning path in both the Portuguese and the English/International learning system at St George ´s School from Year 8 until Year 10 (ages 10 to 14).
Rua dos Depósitos de Água, 339Cascais , Lisboa2750-561l
(+351) 214 864 754
(+351) 911 930 543
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