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Curriculum Design

SiPN is designed to serve many different kinds of students. For those who are not yet ready to take all of their coursework in Portuguese, they can still cover their major or general education-type requirements through a wide array of offerings taught in English. Consequently, we provide two main types of classes: core curriculum (taught in English) and direct enrollment classes in our partner universities.

Core Curriculum

The core curriculum is designed for students who do not yet feel ready to take their social science or humanities classes in Portuguese. The faculty of the core curriculum are published experts with Ph. Ds in their respective fields, hand-chosen by the academic council of SiPN to teach in our program. Many of them have previously taught or done graduate work in North America or other English-speaking regions. Our core classes also enroll Erasmus and local Portuguese students, for a truly international classroom experience, taught in English.

Core Curriculum – Course Title  University School ECTS Contact Hours  Term
Portuguese Society and Culture

MANDATORY CLASS FOR ALL STUDENTs(*)

ISCTE ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon (Spring 20 – Host University) 6 37 Spring 20

Colonization Decolonization XIX-XX Centuries

ISCTE ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon (Spring 20 – Host University)

 

6 37 Spring 20

History of the Portuguese Expansion

ISCTE ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon (Spring 20 – Host University)

 

6 37 Spring 20

Gender, Emotions and Power

ISCTE ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon (Spring 20 – Host University)

 

6 37 Spring 20

(*) Starting in Spring semester 2018, SiPN has instituted a new policy that requires all participants to register for at least one of our 4 core course offerings— Portuguese Society & Culture. While students will still enjoy the freedom to design their semester curriculum from among the hundreds of classes and/or internships offered through our 4-university consortium, the Academic Council of SiPN felt that it was imperative that all of our students come away from their semester or year abroad with at least 1 course that covers the basics of Portuguese history, economy, politics and culture. Other core classes will continue to dive into these and other topics in much greater depth and from a disciplinary perspective, but this survey course will at least guarantee some basic familiarity with the host society in which you are immersed during your stay. Note that students who study with SiPN for the academic year only need to complete this course during one of their semesters. Just as with any SiPN course, this class will require pre-approvals on your home campus for transfer credit. The syllabus will survey an interdisciplinary set of social science and humanities-related topics about Portugal, its former empire, and its contemporary relations with Europe and the community of Portuguese-speaking countries. SiPN recommends that study abroad advisors consider this course for upper-level undergraduate social science or humanities elective credits.

 

Direct Enrollment Classes

Direct enrollment classes may be conducted in either Portuguese or English. For example, each semester SiPN provides all levels of Portuguese language courses (A1 – C2) for whichever level you test into. More advanced Portuguese learners have even greater choices and can elect to take all of their coursework in Portuguese through direct-enroll classes at any of the 4 schools in the consortium in virtually any field, providing for a fully immersive experience. For those who are looking for other choices outside our core, the SiPN universities provide hundreds of direct-enroll classes each semester in business, economics, and many other fields, all of which are taught in English and open to participants of SiPN. Nevertheless, for students who need some courses taught in English, SiPN strongly recommends that students take at least 2 courses from among our core offerings.

Portuguese Language for Foreigners 

Course Title  University  ECTS Contact Hours  Term
Portuguese Language Course for Foreigners (A1) ULisboa  – School of Arts and Humanities or UNOVA – FCSH      6     56 Fall & Spring
Portuguese Language Course for Foreigners (A2) ULisboa  – School of Arts and Humanities or UNOVA – FCSH      6     56 Fall & Spring
Portuguese Language Course for Foreigners (B1) ULisboa  – School of Arts and Humanities or UNOVA – FCSH      6     56 Fall & Spring
Portuguese Language Course for Foreigners (B2) ULisboa  – School of Arts and Humanities or UNOVA – FCSH      6     56 Fall & Spring
Portuguese Language Course for Foreigners (C1) ULisboa  – School of Arts and Humanities or UNOVA – FCSH      6     56 Fall & Spring
Portuguese Language Course for Foreigners (C2) ULisboa  – School of Arts and Humanities or UNOVA – FCSH      6     56 Fall & Spring

The master syllabi uploaded here present the Portuguese Language courses at Faculty of Letters (University of Lisbon). However, all SiPN partner universities offer their own Portuguese Language classes based on the same European A1-C2 levels, and syllabi for these are available upon request.

SiPN also offers semesterly intensive classes of Portuguese for foreigners. These are typically worth 12 ECTS (2 semesters worth of credit), but academic calendars and contact hours for these options vary. For more information on intensive options, contact SiPN.

Other Languages Courses

German, Arabic, Catalan, Chinese, Spanish, French, Greek, Hindi, Latin, Italian, Japanese, Suaíli, Bulgarian, Czech, Slovenian, Persian, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Turkish.

These are typically worth 6 ECTS.

For further information, please contact us.

 

Direct enrollment classes taught in English, other areas. PLEASE NOTE SEMESTER IN WHICH COURSE IS TYPICALLY OFFERED.

Course Title  University  Faculty  ECTS Contact Hours  Term
English Culture Catholic University of Portugal Faculty of Human Sciences 5 45.0 Fall
Cultural Management Catholic University of Portugal Faculty of Human Sciences 5 45.0 Fall
English Culture Catholic University of Portugal Faculty of Human Sciences 5 45.0 Fall
Intercultural Communication  Catholic University of Portugal Faculty of Human Sciences 5 45.0 Fall
Theories of Culture Catholic University of Portugal Faculty of Human Sciences 5 45.0 Fall
Portuguese Film Catholic University of Portugal Faculty of Human Sciences 5 45.0 Fall
Marketing and Advertising Catholic University of Portugal Faculty of Human Sciences 5 45.0 Fall
Advertising Analysis Catholic University of Portugal Faculty of Human Sciences 5 45.0 Fall
Museology and Heritage Catholic University of Portugal Faculty of Human Sciences 5 45.0 Fall
Theories of Representation Catholic University of Portugal Faculty of Human Sciences 5 45.0  Spring
Marketing for the Performing and Visual Arts Catholic University of Portugal Faculty of Human Sciences 5 45.0 Spring
Portuguese Contemporary History Catholic University of Portugal Faculty of Human Sciences 6 45.0 Spring
Cultural and Creative Industries Catholic University of Portugal Faculty of Human Sciences 5 45.0 Spring
Culture and Globalization Catholic University of Portugal Faculty of Human Sciences 5 45.0 Spring
Translation History and Theories Catholic University of Portugal Faculty of Human Sciences 5 45.0 Spring
Research Journalism Catholic University of Portugal Faculty of Human Sciences 5 45.0 Spring
Fundamental Issues of European Integration Catholic University of Portugal Faculty of Human Sciences 5 45.0 Spring
War Studies Catholic University of Portugal School of Political Studies 5.5 42.0 Spring
Conservatisms Catholic University of Portugal School of Political Studies 5.5 42.0 Spring
Homer: Politics, War and Life Catholic University of Portugal School of Political Studies 5.5 42.0 Spring
Power, Law and Liberty Catholic University of Portugal School of Political Studies 5.5 42.0 Spring
Introduction to Politics, Philosophy and Economics Catholic University of Portugal School of Political Studies 5.5 42.0 Spring
Microeconomics I Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 7.5 72.0 Fall
Econometrics Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 7.5 72.0 Fall & Spring
Finance II Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 7.5 72.0 Fall
Organizational Behavior Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 6.0 54.0 Fall
Strategy Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 6.0 54.0 Fall
International Economics Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 6.0 54.0 Fall
Bank Management Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 5.0 36.0 Fall
Personal Finance Planning Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 3.5 18.0 Fall
Capital Markets and Institutions Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 5.0 36.0 Fall
Portfolio Management Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 5.0 36.0 Fall
Product and Customer Management Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 5.0 36.0 Fall
Topics in Marketing Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 5.0 36.0 Fall
Global Marketing Management Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 5.0 36.0 Fall
Marketing in the New Era Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 5.0 36.0 Fall
Project Management Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 5.0 36.0 Fall
Data Management Tools Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 5.0 36.0 Fall
Leadership in Organizations Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 3.5 18.0 Fall
Information Management Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 5.0 36.0 Fall
Public Policies Analysis Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 6.0 54.0 Fall
Economic Analysis of Social Policies Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 6.0 54.0 Fall
Game Theory Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 3.5 18.0 Fall
Regulations and Competition Policy Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 6.0 54.0 Fall
Finance I Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 7.5 72.0 Spring & Fall
Cost Accounting Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 6.0 54.0 Spring
Microeconomics I Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 7.5 72.0 Spring
Finance II Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 7.5 72.0 Spring
Organizational Behavior Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 6.0 54.0 Spring
Strategy Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 6.0 54.0 Spring
Human Resources Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 6.0 54.0 Spring
International Economics Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 6.0 54.0 Spring
Bank Management Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 5.0 36.0 Spring
Capital Markets and Institutions Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 5.0 36.0 Spring
Project Management Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 5.0 36.0 Spring
Product and Customer Management Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 5.0 36.0 Spring
Marketing in the New Era Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 5.0 36.0 Spring
Topics in Marketing Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 5.0 36.0 Spring
Information Management Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 5.0 36.0 Spring
Project Management Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 5.0 36.0 Spring
Data Management Tools Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 5.0 36.0 Spring
Strategy Organizations and Leadership Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 5.0 36.0 Spring
Behavioral Decision Making Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 5.0 36.0 Spring
History of Economic Thought Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 6.0 54.0 Spring
Sports Economics Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 5.0 36.0 Spring
Business Strategy Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 6.0  54.0 Spring
Money and Financial Institutions Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 6.0  54.0 Spring
Consumer Psychology Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 5.0  36.0 Spring
Political Science Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 4.0 39.0 Spring
Telecommunication Economics Catholic University of Portugal CLSBE-Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics 6.0 54.0 Spring
Accounting I ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 52.0.0 Spring
Accounting II ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 52.0.0 Fall
Applied Economics ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 4 39.0.0 Spring
Business Law ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 45.5.0 Fall
Corporate Finance ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 52.0.0 Fall
Corporate Finance I ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 52.0 Spring
Corporate Finance II ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 52.0 Fall & Spring
Cost Accounting ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 52.0 Spring
Econometrics ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 65.0 Fall & Spring
Experimental Economics ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 4 39.0 Spring
Economic and Business History ULisboa ULisboaISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 45.5 Spring
Economic and Business Information ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 52.0 Fall & Spring
Economic and Financial Sociology ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 4 39.0 Fall & Spring
Economic History of Portugal ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 4 39.0 Spring
Economic Policy and Business Activity ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 52.0 Spring
Environmental Sustainability for Businesses ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 4 39.0 Fall
Economics I ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 52.0 Fall
Economics II ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 52.0 Spring
European Law ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 4 39.0 Fall
Foundations of Law ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 52.0 Spring
History of the European Union ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management  4  39.0  Fall
Human Behaviour in Organizations ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 45.5 Spring
Human Resources Management ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 52.0 Spring
Industrial and Firm Economics ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 52.0 Spring
Information Technology ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 52.0 Fall
International Economics ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 52.0 Fall
International Organizations ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 4 39.0 Fall
Macroeconomics I ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 52.0 Fall
Macroeconomics II ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 52.0 Spring
Management Information Systems ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 52.0 Spring
Mathematics I ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 65.0 Fall & Spring
Mathematics II ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 65.0 Fall & Spring
Microeconomics I ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 52.0 Fall
Microeconomics II ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 52.0 Spring
Monetary and Financial Economics ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 52.0 Spring
Operational Marketing ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 52.0 Fall
Operational Research ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 52.0 Fall
Political Sociology ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 4 39.0 Fall
Principles of Management ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 52.0 Fall
Production and Operations Management ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 52.0 Spring
Project Appraisal ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 52.0 Spring
Public Economics and Finance ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 52.0 Spring
Quantitative Finance ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 65.0 Fall & Spring
Sociology ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 45.5 Fall
Sociology of Work ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 45.5 Fall
Social Responsibility and Ethics ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 4 39.0 Fall
Social Network Analysis ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 4 39.0 Spring
Statistics I ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 65.0 Fall & Spring
Statistics II ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 65.0 Fall & Spring
Strategic Management ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 52.0 Spring
Scenarios and Strategic Foresight ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 4 39.0 Spring
Strategic Management ULisboa ISEG – Lisboa School of Economics and Management 6 52.0 Spring
English Professional and Business Communication ULisboa School of Arts and Humanities 6 56.0 Fall
The Study of Literature ULisboa School of Arts and Humanities 6 56.0 Fall & Spring
Visual Culture ULisboa School of Arts and Humanities 6 56.0 Fall
Great Universal Text ULisboa School of Arts and Humanities 6 56.0 Fall
Canadian Literature & Culture ULisboa School of Arts and Humanities 6 56.0 Fall
Indian Government & Politics ULisboa School of Arts and Humanities 6 56.0 Fall
English Literature – The Twentieth century to Nowadays ULisboa School of Arts and Humanities 6 56.0 Fall
The Study of Cultures ULisboa School of Arts and Humanities 6 56.0. Spring
North-American Diasporic Literatures ULisboa School of Arts and Humanities 6 56.0 Spring
Literary Translation ULisboa School of Arts and Humanities 6 56.0 Spring
“English History and Culture – 19th-20th centuries 19th-20th centuries” ULisboa School of Arts and Humanities 6 56.0 Spring
“US Lit Post-1945 (Black Poetry in America) US Literature Post-1945 (Black Poetry in America)” ULisboa School of Arts and Humanities 6 56.0 Spring
Classical Culture ULisboa School of Arts and Humanities 6 56.0 Spring
Canadian Literature & Culture ULisboa School of Arts and Humanities 6 56.0 Spring
Intercultural Communication ULisboa School of Arts and Humanities 6 56.0 Fall & Spring
North-American Popular Culture ULisboa School of Arts and Humanities 6 56.0 Spring
Pessoa Studies ULisboa School of Arts and Humanities 6 56.0 Spring
Medieval Culture ULisboa School of Arts and Humanities 6 56.0 Spring
Ancient and Imperial China ULisboa School of Arts and Humanities 6 56.0 Spring
English for the Media (C2) ULisboa School of Arts and Humanities 6 56.0 Fall
Management for the creative Industries ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon School of Social Sciences 6  56.00 Fall
Introduction to Anthropology: Portugal Field Course ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon Special Programs 6  56.00 Fall
Maritime History of the Atlantic World 1400-1975 ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon Special Programs 6  56.00 Fall
Tourism Anthropology ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon Special Programs 6 37.0 Spring
Crime, Justice and Human Security ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon School of Social Sciences 6 37.0 Spring
Screens and Digital Reading ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon School of Social Sciences 6 21.0 Spring
Gender, Emotions and Power ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon School of Social Sciences 6 37.0 Spring
Entrepreneurial Journalism ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon School of Social Sciences 6 30.0 Spring
Media and Public Opinion ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon School of Social Sciences 6 21.0 Spring
Political Parties and Pressure Groups ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon School of Social Sciences 6 37.0 Spring
Developmental Psychology of Adult ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon School of Social Sciences 6 25.0 Spring
Groups and Inter-Group Relations ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon School of Social Sciences 6 40.0 Spring
The Challenges of Culture, Citizenship, and Human Rights ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon School of Social Sciences 6 36.0 Spring
Understanding Culture: Readings in Art and Fairytales ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon School of Social Sciences 6 37.0 Spring
Portuguese History and Culture ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 37.0 Fall & Spring
Colonization and Decolonization: XIX-XX Centuries ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon School of Sociology and Public Policy 6 37.0 Fall
Europe and the World in the XIX century ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon School of Sociology and Public Policy 6 37.0 Fall
History of the Portuguese Expansion ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon School of Sociology and Public Policy 6 37.0 Fall
Business Law ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 37.0 Spring
Marketing Management ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 55.0 Fall
Microeconomics ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 55.0 Fall
Financial Accounting I ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 55.0 Fall
Mathematics ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 55.0 Fall
Statistics I ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 55.0 Fall
Macroeconomics ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 55.0 Fall
Organizational Models ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 37.0 Fall
Operational Marketing ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 55.0 Fall
Operations Management I ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 55.0 Fall
Management Accounting II (prerequisite: at least one-semester accounting course) ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 55.0 Fall
International Marketing ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 37.0 Fall
International Finance and Accounting ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 37.0 Fall
Data Analysis for Management ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 37.0 Fall
Mergers and Acquisitions and Company Valuation ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 37.0 Fall
Comparative International Management ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 37.0 Fall & Spring
Environmental and Natural Resource Economics ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 37.0 Fall
Economics of Innovation and Knowledge ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 37.0 Fall
Microeconomics II ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 55.0 Fall
Economics and Strategy of Intellectual Property ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 37.0 Fall
Financial Economics ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 37.0 Fall
Integrated Project Management ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 37.0 Fall
Integrated Operations Management ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 55.0 Fall
Corporate Finance ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 55.0 Fall
Operations Research ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 55.0 Fall
Management in International Organizations ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 37.0 Fall
Entrepreneurship (group I) ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 37.0 Fall
Strategic Management (group I) ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 55.0 Fall
Management Accounting I (prerequisite: at least one-semester accounting course) ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 55.0 Spring
Optimization ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 55.0 Spring
Fundamentals of Finance ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 37.0 Spring
Financial Accounting II (note: this is an upper-intermediate course, which requires basic knowledge of accounting and it is not appropriate for the students that have advanced knowledge of accounting) ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 55.0 Spring
Investments ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 55.0 Spring
Statistics II ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 37.0 Spring
Operations Management II ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 55.0 Spring
Taxation for Non-Residents ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 55.0 Spring
Human Resources Management ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 37.0 Spring
Forecasting Methods ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 37.0 Spring
Modeling in Marketing Research ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 37.0 Spring
Services Marketing ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 37.0 Spring
Macroeconomics II ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 55.0 Spring
International Human Resources Management ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 37.0 Spring
Management in International Organizations ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 37.0 Spring
Financial Modelling and Business Plan ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 37.0 Spring
Applied Corporate Finance ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 37.0 Spring
Fraud and Forensic Accounting ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 37.0 Spring
Health Economics ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 37.0 Spring
Game Theory and Economic Applications ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE Business School 6 37.0 Spring
Computers in Translation NOVA University of Lisbon Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities 6 64.0 Fall
History of Translation NOVA University of Lisbon Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities 6 64.0 Fall & Spring
Theory of Translation NOVA University of Lisbon Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities 6 64.0 Fall
Contemporary English Culture NOVA University of Lisbon Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities 6 64.0 Fall
Anglo-Portuguese Studies NOVA University of Lisbon Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities 6 64.0 Spring
Philosophy of Mind NOVA University of Lisbon Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities 6 64.0 Spring
History of Non-Western Art NOVA University of Lisbon Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities 6 64.0 Spring
General and Comparative Literature NOVA University of Lisbon Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities 6 64.0 Spring
Argumentation and Rhetoric NOVA University of Lisbon Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities 6 64.0 Spring
Theory of Literature NOVA University of Lisbon Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities 6 64.0 Spring
Contemporary North American Literature NOVA University of Lisbon Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities 6 64.0 Spring
Photography and Visual Arts NOVA University of Lisbon Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities 6 64.0 Spring

Other Language Courses Available

Course Title  University  ECTS Contact Hours  Term
French, Italian, German, Arabic Offered in all 4 partner Universities 4 to 6 36-45 Fall & Spring
Portuguese Language Course for Foreigners (A2) Offered in all 4 partner Universities 4 to 6 36-45 Fall & Spring
Portuguese Language Course for Foreigners (B1) Offered in all 4 partner Universities 4 to 6 36-45 Fall & Spring
Portuguese Language Course for Foreigners (B2)  Offered in all 4 partner Universities 4 to 6 36-45 Fall & Spring
Portuguese Language Course for Foreigners (C1) Offered in all 4 partner Universities 4 to 6 36-45 Fall & Spring
Portuguese Language Course for Foreigners (C2) Offered in all 4 partner Universities 4 to 6 36-45 Fall & Spring

Build Your Summer

 

SiPN summer program is split into two 4-week sessions: June and July. Students can combine sessions.

In each session students may pick and choose from classes that are developed by SiPN, direct enrollment classes, and Portuguese language classes at various levels and intensities. Students may take no more than 12 ECTS (typically 6 US credits) in any 4-week session.

We also offer an internship program that requires an 8-week stay minimum, June and July. (SiPN internships are for academic credit, variable credits, click here for more info on internships).

June Session (courses in Lisbon and Azores)

SIPN JUNE SESSION – LISBON

ARRIVAL IN LISBON: JUNE 1 (includes orientation)

DEPARTURE FROM LISBON: JUNE 29 (UNLESS IF STAYING FOR JULY SESSION)

 

Music, Migration, and Modernization in Contemporary Portuguese Society

Prof. Miguel Moniz, ISCTE

Syllabus here

Location: Universidade Católica, School of Human Sciences

Contact hours: 42

ECTS: 6 ECTS – Usually transfers as 3 US credits

 

Post-Colonial Experiences in Portugal

Prof. Sandra Sousa (Univ. of Central Florida)

Syllabus here

Location: Universidade Católica, School of Human Sciences

Contact hours: 42

ECTS: 6 ECTS – Usually transfers as 3 US credits

 

Transnational Legal Issues for Business

Prof. Debra Eldridge (St. Petersburg College, Florida)

Syllabus here

Location: Universidade Católica, School of Human Sciences

Contact hours: 45

ECTS: 5 ECTS – Usually transfers as 3 US credits

 

Portuguese Language for Foreigners

Beginners – Syllabus here 

Intermediate –Syllabus here

10am – 1pm every weekday.

The placement test will be made upon arrival

Location: Universidade Católica, School of Human Sciences

Contact hours: 60

ECTS: 6 ECTS – Usually transfers as 3 US credits

 

Mediterranean Diet: From Landscape to Tradition and Health

Syllabus here

Location: University of Lisbon, School of Agriculture

Contact hours: 42

ECTS: 6 ECTS – Usually transfers as 3 US credits

 

Business Summer School

Corporate Negotiation & Influence – Syllabus here

Trends in Digital Marketing – Syllabus Here 

Innovative Business Modelling – Syllabus Here

Fraud & Forensic Accounting  – Syllabus Here

Location: ISCTE, Business School

Contact hours: 37

ECTS: 6 ECTS – Usually transfers as 3 US credits

Note that these options require paying our higher 12 ECTS fee

We do not recommend combining any extra classes with ISCTE business options due to the many companies’ visits included. The higher SiPN fee for 12 ECTS (despite only awarding 6 ECTS/class) is to compensate for the higher tuition fees these course options require.

 

SiPN June Summer Programs in the Azores, Sao Miguel Island

ARRIVAL IN PONTA DELGADA: JUNE 1 (includes orientation)

DEPARTURE FROM LISBON: JUNE 29 (UNLESS IF STAYING FOR JULY SESSION)

SiPN video in the Azores here

 

 

Azorean Literature, History and Culture

A special course including guided tours of the Azores Islands.

It can be combined with the Portuguese Language course.

Syllabus here

Location: University of the Azores, Ponta Delgada

Contact hours: 42

ECTS: 6 ECTS – Usually transfers as 3 US credits

 

Portuguese Language  – Beginner and Intermediate levels available 

Beginner – Syllabus here

Intermediate – Syllabus here

Location: University of the Azores, Ponta Delgada

Contact hours: 42

ECTS: 6 ECTS – Usually transfers as 3 US credits

 

July Session – LISBON

ARRIVAL IN LISBON: JULY 1st (includes orientation)

DEPARTURE FROM LISBON: JULY 31st

Portuguese Literature in Translation

Syllabus here

Location: ISCTE

Contact hours: 42

ECTS: 6 ECTS – Usually transfers as 3 US credits

 

Intensive Portuguese Language course 

All Levels available – The placement test will be made upon arrival – Syllabus here

Mornings from 9am – 1pm.

Location: University of Lisbon

Contact hours: 80

ECTS: 12 ECTS – Usually transfers as 12 US credits

 

 

 

botao

  • Semester Applicants, download you SiPN pre-application – here
  • Summer Applicants,download you SiPN pre-application – here 

 

If you have any question don’t hesitate to contact us here