Here you can find information on the deadlines and the publication of results, as well as a list of documents necessary for the online applications. You can also find information on how the applications are selected.
Vacancies for the academic year 2016/2017: 10
Deadlines for the academic year 2016/2017
- Applications: 23 March to 16 May 2016
- Validation and ranking of applications: 18 May to 23 May 2016
- Publication of results: 25 May 2016
- Enrollment and registration: 1 June to 20 June 2016
2nd Call (for the remaining vacancies):
- Applications: 8 June to 25 July 2016
- Validation and ranking of applications: 25 July to 01 August 2016
- Publication of results: 2 August 2016
- Enrollment and registration: 16 August to 8 September 2016
List of documents
1. Scanned Passport or Identity Card of the country of origin;
2. Declaration on honour*, signed by the applicant, stating that he/she has not the Portuguese nationality, nor falls under any of the conditions that prevent him/her from applying to this competition.
3. Scanned document certifying the completion of secondary education in Brazil.
4. Self-declaration (or print screen) stating the grades that the applicant has obtained in ENEM.
5. Self-declaration of the pre-requisite required or document validated by a physician registered in the Portuguese Medical Association.
Up to 3 months after the beginning of the programme, the whole documentation will be confirmed under the legislation in force.
You can download the following documents here:
- Self-Declaration on honour that holds the admission requirements and the pre-requisites required by the ESEnfC (download)
- Self-Declaration of the grades obtained in the ENEM (download)
You can apply online at the ESEnfC webpage.
If you have any doubts, please contact:
ESEnfC Academic Services
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone numbers: 9am-6pm (GMT) - 00351 239 802 850
Ranking of the applications
1. The ranking of the applications is done on a decreasing ranking order.
2. The final grade corresponds to the sum of the grades obtained in the admission exams, multiplied by the respective weighting factors.
3. All grades should be converted into a 0-200 scale.
4. In the event of a tie for the last vacancy, additional vacancies will be made available.