The Universidade de Lisboa (ULisboa) founded on July 2013 has been the result of a merger process between the former Technical University of Lisbon (UTL) and the University of Lisbon (UL). ULisboa extends the continuity of both institutions recognized scientific and cultural traditions.
The courses offered by Universidade de Lisboa (ULisboa) are distinguished by their quality and scope in various fields of knowledge. The courses at ULisboa aim to develop students’ skills which will help them to succeed in the labour market.
Universidade de Lisboa (ULisboa) is a University focused on research, with the ability to promote interdisciplinary dynamics, to invest in borderline areas and to value new issues and areas of work. ULisboa’s research extends a societal intervention, through the social and economic value of knowledge.
The Student Support Services of Universidade de Lisboa (ULisboa) is an autonomous service designed to carry out social action policies, under the terms and scope defined by law and by the Governing Bodies of the University.
Universidade de Lisboa (ULisboa) has 19 residences for students in Lisbon.
Every semester, the ULisboa Student Support Services sets aside vacancies in their Student Halls of Residence for foreign students studying at the University under the Mobility Programs.
In order to respond to the users’ needs (students, professors, researchers and Non Academic Staff), Universidade de Lisboa (ULisboa) libraries specialize throughout different thematic domains, offering several services such as reading and consultation of books, periodicals, publications, monographs, electronic documents and cartographic documents.
In the context of primary health care they provide general medical consultations and other medical specialties with special access to members of ULisboa.
Universidade de Lisboa (ULisboa) includes a number of specialized units which promote sport, health and well-being within the academic community.
The sports facilities provide physical exercise modalities (e. g. fitness, group activities, combat sports, tennis, volleyball), and university championships in order to promote the use of free time for health and wellbeing activity within the academic community.
The Student’s Unions are the organizational structure that represents the students of each School of Universidade de Lisboa (ULisboa). Each Student’s Union has an active role not only in the reception, integration and interaction of the students in academia, but also in developing cooperation with other higher educational institutions.
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I believe it´s a big university, with lots of different courses. Maybe that derives it into being a little impersonal for students
I had a great experience during my time at University. What I really liked was the spirit of the community. Students helped each other and shared documents and wisdom from one generation to the other. This is the upside of studying in Portugal. On the downside the faculty was not as organized as it could be and also infrastructure was not as well maintained as it could be....
The university itself is really good! the teachers are good, most of them are researchers, which is good. some of the courses within the bachelor should be revised