With over one hundred years of history, ISEG was the first school of economics and management founded in Portugal. The school is part of the University of Lisbon, the largest Portuguese university.
In 1759 - The School of Economics and Management (Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão) is founded in Lisbon as the Class of Commerce.
ISEG is able to offer 7 undergraduate degree programmes, 17 masters programmes, 8 doctoral programmes, as well as over 30 executive training programs.
Over a dozen of those programs (spread across all levels of study) are fully available in English.
Scientific research is, along with undergraduate and post-graduate education, and other services to the community, one of the fundamental functions of any university. For this reason, scientific research plays an integral part in the life of ISEG and promoting research is one of the main concerns of the Scientific Council.
Career Management Office is your partner in achieving your career goals. Our consultants assure you all the support you need, either in the dissemination of opportunities or preparation for job search or an internship.
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The Francisco Pereira de Moura Library is ISEG's literary resource centre, housing a wide range of literature and information both in digital an paper format, which can be accessed in person or online.
The computer network covers all ISEG computers, including the classrooms and special computer rooms. Wireless access is also available across the campus.
The University of Lisbon Medical Centre, available to all University of Lisbon members, is located at the Ajuda Campus, in the CEDAR facilities.
A modern facility which has been newly renovated, the UL Medical Centre offers the following services:
- Family doctor - family planning, ophthalmology
- Psychology Support Service for Students
ISEG is housed in a former convent, beautifully converted to provide purpose-built modern facilities while preserving the character and features of the original buildings. More modern buildings complete the landscape. We strongly value cultural diversity and regularly promote extracurricular activities including workshops, concerts, exhibitions, sports, and community service, preparing our students for an ever-changing world. Our multicultural community gains strength and ideas from Lisbon’s vitality! Lisbon is one of the most attractive cities in Europe where you can find tradition, romance, culture, entertainment and great emotions/experiences under long hours of brilliant sunlight and a beautiful moon.
ISEG is accredited by the Association of Advanced Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), a distinction held by only 5% of business schools in the world, the ISEG MBA is accredited by AMBA, and our programs are recognized by many reputed international entities (e.g., CFA University Affilliation Program, IFoA – Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, PMI – Project Management Institute, RICS – Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors).
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The Lisbon University Business School has a fantastic structure and the Marketing program has classes 3 days a week. Overall, it has been a great opportunity to deepen my knowledges in Marketing. The university has many events almost every week about Finances, Marketing and Workshops.
I have only been in lisbon for 1 month but i expect some challenging time as the course progress
The student support for International students is poor at its core. I was extremely disappointed with their "we don't care" attitude. To give you an example, their English is really poor to satisfy international students and their replies takes immense amount of time. Also, I had a long trouble with the Visa procedures. First, their embassy was closed in study season and...