Universities and Employment

Applications for 51 places in higher education start today

Higher education institutions in Porto may have more students in the fields of engineering while in Lisbon the increase was registered in digital skills, according to data provided by the Directorate-General for Higher Education (DGES).

Fenprof asks for more teachers and respect for workload in universities

The National Federation of Teachers also considers that the value of tuition fees should be reduced and the status of research fellows should be revoked, pointing to their integration into careers.

PremiumPatrons finance a training project of seven million euros

Banco Santander, Vanguard Properties, businesswoman Ming C. Hsu, Amaral y Hijas, bi4all, family Alves Ribeiro and Fundação José Neves are donors, reveals Pedro Santa Clara, Director of 42 to Jornal Económico.

PremiumPedro Santa Clara opens cutting edge digital school

At school 42, there are no teachers or assessment, but classes are in person. Students do not pay. The first course starts in February 2021 and applications are now open. The Jornal Económico went to meet her.

KKR invests 150 million in MasterD to support professional development in Portugal

KKR, a leading investment firm, and MasterD, a leading training company in Portugal and Spain, today announced an agreement under which KKR will acquire a majority stake in MasterD. Its founder, Luis Gómez, and the management team will reinvest in the company together with KKR.
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