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Católica Lisbon School of Business and Economics

Palma de Cima Lisbon,
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Undergraduate Overview


If you have an international profile and ambition for an international career, these programs are the right path for you. Our International Undergraduate Programs: Economics and Management will provide you with solid knowledge, develop interdisciplinary skills critical for your professional future, enrich your entrepreneurial ability and launch you to a world of opportunities in business and economics.

Distinguished for the eight consecutive year, CATÓLICA-LISBON has consolidated its leadership in Portugal and is currently ranked among the Top Business Schools in Europe according to the Financial Times.

Program Flexibility
Students who are undecided between Management and Economics can postpone their final decision until their 2nd year. You will have the opportunity to study both areas (Management and Economics) during three semesters, and decide which area you want to graduate at the end of the third semester.
This allows you to make a very reasoned decision. All students accepted for Management who intend to change to Economics, or the other way around, will always have their change request approved, with no restrictions on the number of places.

Scholarship Programs
Our Scholarship Program rewards students who demonstrate a high level academic performance. The Program includes the TOP+ Scholarships, which grant a total waiver of the undergraduate fees, and the Merit Scholarships, which grant partial waves of 50% and 25% of fees.

CATÓLICA-LISBON’s Career Services Office works with each student, on an individual and personalized basis, from the start of the Undergraduate degree, in order to provide consistent preparation for the job market. Over 98% of CATÓLICA-LISBON students were placed within only three months of graduation and 84% are employed before graduating.

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