Frequently Asked Questions

When entering the campus, you always need to disinfect your hands, wear your mask, keep the 2m (six feet) distance and display your Nova SBE card. You can find more information about the rules and recommendations in the Health and Safety section.

To comply with directives from the Portuguese Government, access to campus is highly restricted. Only the Dean can authorize it in exceptional circumstances.  You can find more information about the campus services in the Campus section.

Contact SNS24 at +351 808 24 24 24, so they can advise you how to proceed and confirm whether your symptoms are related to COVID-19. You can find more information about these procedures in the Community Support section.

First contact SNS24 at +351 808 24 24 24 so they can advise you how to proceed. After that, please contact Life at Nova (students), Faculty Affairs (faculty), or People & Culture (staff) to inform the school so we can better support you. You can find more information about these procedures in the Community Support section.

It is advised that you report to the school to get personalized support, get answers for any questions that may arise during isolation, get assistance if needed, and help trace your high-risk contacts to stop contagion chains. You can find more information about the support of the School in the Community Support section.

We would like to support everyone from the Nova SBE community even if they have not been on campus, so the burden caused by this situation is reduced as much as possible, and everyone's wellbeing is maintained.  You can find more information about the support of the School in the Community Support section.

You can take a PCR or a rapid antigen test at NOVA Medical School. Nova SBE and NOVA Medical School have a protocol that allows the Nova SBE community to be tested for a lower price. You can find more information about these procedures in the Community Support section.
 

Yes, you can. In case the classes are in-person, students can request to follow the classes remotely. If you need to follow a live-streamed class, please contact your course instructor. You can find more information about these procedures in the Academic Information section.

 

Exams are expected to be taken only on Campus. Students in exceptional circumstances can request alternative evaluations, which need to be approved by the Pedagogical Council in every case. You can find more information about these procedures in the Academic Information section.

After going through this page, and you still have questions, if you are a student, you can contact Life at Nova at lifeatnova@novasbe.pt, if you are a faculty member, please contact Faculty Affairs at faculty.affairs@novasbe.pt, and in case you are a staff member, contact the People & Culture Team at srh@novasbe.pt.

As of now, Portugal introduced several traveling restrictions. We would recommend you keep an eye on the most recent updates.

  • Portugal authorized flights from EU member states, Australia, China, South Korea, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore, Thailand, and the special administrative regions of Hong Kong and Macau
  • Travels for essential purposes (e.g., studying) are permitted
  • It is required to present a negative result of a SARS-Cov-2 test that should be taken a maximum of 72 hours before the flight
  • For passengers arriving from countries with a high number of cases (e.g., Brazil, South Africa, Bulgaria, Czechia, Cyprus, Croatia, Slovenia, Estonia, France, Hungary, Netherlands, Poland and Sweden), it is also required to isolate for 14 days. Passengers from these countries also need to register here.