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Masters Degree - General Information and Tuition Fees

A Master's degree is awarded to students who successfully pass all the curricular units and in the public act of defence of the dissertation/project/internship.

Master’s Degrees at FEP have a duration of four semesters (two years), which corresponds to 120 ECTS credits.

Obtaining the master's degree implies the completion of a scientific dissertation or a project work, specifically produced for this purpose, or a professional internship with a final report, which must correspond to a minimum of 25% of the study cycle’s total credits.

A Master's degree is conferred to those students who succeed in all the curricular units and in the public act of defence of the dissertation/project/internship. Students who pass all the curricular units which integrate the curricular component may also be awarded a Master's Degree course diploma (not conferring a degree).

Attending a 2nd cycle programme (Master's Degree) is subject to payment of a tuition fee / annual charge.