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The University of Évora

4.4 out of 5 (103 reviews) Evora, Portugal
Our students come from all over Portugal and from foreign countries. In the University of Évora they find a rare and precious combination of high quality teaching, advanced research and a favourable business/industrial context.

Master's Programmes

Engineering & Technology (1)
Social Sciences (1)

About

History

The University of Évora was founded in 1559 and for two centuries it distinguished itself for its role in the education of the elites and the missionaries of the Kingdom. Restored as a public University in 1973, it has aimed at meeting the new requirements of society.

Education

It is specially oriented toward the education of human resources who want to achieve a higher position by merit and good service to the community. The University of Évora has established itself through the high quality of its teaching, associated with perennial values such as mutual respect, desire for knowledge, intellectual honesty and freedom of thought.

Research

We are currently a modern University, with quality Research Centres, evaluated by international panels of the Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia (FCT), with highly qualified teachers, integrating international networks and mobility programs that provide its students and professors with opportunities to contact other countries. We have a strong relationship with businesses and industries, always trying that the produced knowledge does not become confined to our historical walls.

University Ranking

World University Rankings by Times Higher Education
2019
801
2018
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2017
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Services

Student services

Any student at the University of Evora can make use of the Social Services in the following areas:

  • Accommodation;
  • Meals;
  • Medical services;
  • Scholarships.

Housing services

The university’s Social Services provide 528 beds in 7 halls of residence all over the city within easy and fast access to the university buildings. At present, the farthest residence is about 30 minutes away on foot.

Medical services

The University of Évora provides general medical care. It also provides medical exams and assistance in sports activities.

Student Life

Campus life

Blended in with the city, the campus is comprised of buildings with a high patrimonial value from different historical periods. The following buildings deserve special attention:

  • Espirito Santo College
  • Casa Cordovil
  • Luís António Verney College
  • Pedro da Fonseca College
  • Mateus d' Aranda College
  • Vimioso Palace
  • Leões Factory
  • São João de Deus School of Nursing

Sports facilities

The University of Évora offers a range of sports facilities which can be used for individual or team sports such as the Equestrian Centre, the Sports Pavilion and the Racing Track at Mitra, outdoor sports facilities at the Espirito Santo College and a Sports Pavilion in the Nossa Senhora da Saúde district. The university also makes use of municipal facilities (e.g. public pools) and private facilities.

Student clubs

Besides the Students’ Association , there is a large number of student services organized based on different courses or specific themes such as the Students’ Union and the Students’ Centres .

Student Reviews

Where studies meets the nature
Catarina rated 4.5 out of 5 stars
I have always lived in ├âÔÇ░vora my whole life and I since it is a small town with not too much to do I always dreamed to go study for some big city away from this. But when time came I decided to stay, not only because I had talked to some future teachers and had developed a big respect for them but also because I felt feeling wasn't the best decision yet. I was right, I'm studying Biology and...
It all depends on the teacher. Some of them were really good...
Anonymous rated 4.5 out of 5 stars
It all depends on the teacher. Some of them were really good, with a lot of knowledge and will to teach us. Some of them didn't talk well in english so We couldn't cooperate that much.
My advice is to get help on arrival and to participate more ...
Anonymous rated 5 out of 5 stars
My advice is to get help on arrival and to participate more actively in all initiatives that are proposed