Bachelor in Economics

Frequently Asked Questions

For Portuguese and EU students, you can calculate your admission grade according to the following formula: National Mathematics A Exam or approved equivalent (worth 50 %) + Final High School grade (worth the remaining 50 %). The minimum admission grade is 13.5.

You can find information about the application process for international students here.

Bachelor in Economics: 16,35/20 | Bachelor in Management: 16,90/20

The minimum entry grade is always dependent on the grades of all applicants.

Admissions will be held between mid-July and early-August through DGES website: ( )

Yes. The 2nd application stage will take place in September, in a date to be determined.

For Portuguese and European Union students, the tuition fees for 2019/2020 will be published soon. They are usually paid in two installments, until September and December, respectively; or, as an alternative, in seven installments. An additional 36.5€ fee is required to cover administrative costs and school insurance. This amount should be paid together with the first tuition installment.

The non-payment of the tuition fees and charges will result in additional interest for late payment and can affect the students’ curricular activities. If students find it difficult to meet this expense, it is possible to come up with a different installment plan.

In September, at the Undergraduate Office (Student Central), in a date to be determined.

  • 2 Pictures;
  • 1 copy of your ID card (signed) | 1 copy of your fiscal card (international students)
  • Updated Vaccination record (with the tetanus vaccine

Yes. Nova SBE has partnerships with more than 180 universities in 50 countries where you can spend your semester abroad, either during the 4th semester (2nd semester of the 2nd year) or the 5th semester (1st semester of your 3rd year).

By the end of the 1st year students can request to change courses. This change is guaranteed for Nova SBE students and has a cost of 70€.

Yes. During the 3rd year students can choose, as electives, subjects from the other undergraduate program.

During the 1st year you can choose one of the following options:

  • All classes taught in English;
  • All classes taught in Portuguese;
  • Algebra and Calculus classes taught in Portuguese and the remaining classes taught in English.

Please bear in mind that all classes starting from the 2nd year onwards are taught in English.

During the 1st year, students will do an English assessment test so that their abilities can improve even further if needed. This test usually takes place around October/November and its free of charge.

Nova SBE has a daytime schedule, Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. The timetable for 1st year students is assigned by Nova SBE and there are no classed on Friday. During the following years you can change classes and subjects and customize your schedule.

No, that isn’t possible.

You can find a Men’s Soccer Team, a Men’s Futsal Team, a Men’s Rugby Team, a Men’s Basketball Team, and a Women’s and Men’s Volleyball Team. Additionally, you can enroll in several other Nova SBE clubs that will enrich your personal and social experience at our school.

Please check for more information here regarding accommodation.

Please check for more information here regarding mobility.

If you decide to use your own car, then know you can pay to use the campus parking, or you can park in the campus' surrounding areas.

There are three main food areas on campus: four restaurants with a wide variety of meals, café “Padaria do Bairro” with everything from breakfast to small snack, salads and soups and an executive restaurant with an absolutely breathtaking view.

Yes. There are several microwaves distributed around campus and lots of spaces where you can have lunch.