Porto Business School is one of the 50 best business schools in the world
Porto institution climbs the table and now occupies the 40th position among the best business schools in the world and gives a push for Portugal to take place on the podium.
Dissertation on attracting international talent to the city awarded with Prémio Economia Porto.
In its first edition, the Prémio Economia Porto, launched by the Municipality, distinguished the student’s master’s dissertation from Faculdade de Economia da Universidade do Porto (FEP) with the award of 1.500 euros.
The doors and the books are open: the space that will house the Eugénio de Andrade collection is inaugurated today
The Palacete Burmester, at Campo Alegre street, welcomes the President of the Republic, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, in a ceremony that will also be attended by the Mayor of Porto, Rui Moreira
Asprela Central Park opens to the city with another six hectares of green space
It is now completed, in a joint effort by Porto City Hall, University of Porto (U.Porto) and the Polytechnic Institute of Porto (P.Porto), for the installation of an urban park of excellence on the university campus of Asprela
U-Porto student’s digital innovation wins award with the UN seal
In search of digital innovations with social impact, the World Summit Awards 2021 found in “ZoomGuide” one of the best proposals in the area of “Tourism & Culture”.
University residence run by students to open in the heart of the Historic Centre
The city’s Historic Centre will receive a shot of new blood with the opening of a university residence, in a building owned by Port City Hall, in Bainharia Street. The management of the facilities will be shared between the City Hall, Federação Académica do Porto (FAP) and the University of Porto.
Porto will have 270 more beds for university students
The City and the University of Porto give the go ahead to differentiated projects for three new university student dorms, which will give the city students 270 more beds.
Porto researchers find a way to stop the progression of pancreatic cancer
A team of researchers from the Instituto de Investigação e Inovação em Saúde (Institute for Research and Innovation in Health) (i3S) at the University of Porto found in cell-to-cell communication a way to stop the progression of pancreatic cancer.
U.Porto invests 16 million euros to create more courses and upgrade facilities
The fund, made available by the Plano de Recuperação e Resiliência, will allow the launch of more than 150 new courses and training for adults, as well as five degrees in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics.