Study Abroad

At FEP you are able to take part in study mobility programmes and to study in one of the more than 100 higher education partner institutions located in more than 30 countries, either through traditional Erasmus mobility or through other exchange opportunities stemming from dual degree programmes and from the prestigious QTEM Master network programme. FEP encourages and provides opportunities for students to go abroad in all cycles of studies (bachelor, master and doctoral studies).

Dual Degree Programmes

Students of the Bachelor in Business Administration may, upon selection, carry out three semesters in São Paulo (students from FEP) and Porto (students from FEA-USP) and have their education recognized by both schools if they successfully complete the defined study plan. The University of São Paulo is considered by the QS 2021 ranking as the best institution in Brazil and the second best institution in Latin America.

Master in Management students and Master in Finance students can apply to complete one period of studies at Kedge Business School (Marseille or Bordeaux -France), at Warsaw School of Economics (Poland), or at University of São Paulo (Brazil – agreement in renegotiation), in the case of Master in Management, at Kozminski University (Warsaw – Poland), or at Prague University of Economics and Business (Czech Republic), in the case of Master in Finance, obtaining two diplomas.


Quantitative Techniques for Economics and Management

FEP is the only Portuguese academic partner of QTEM, an international network that brings together some of the world’s most prestigious schools of Economics and Management and top-tier business partners. Under QTEM, students follow an international academic path that enables them to develop technical, analytical and quantitative skills to suport decision-making.

Students complete up until two semesters abroad, in two different countries, in 1 or 2 QTEM academic partner(s), according to the decision of the student, alongside an internship, national or international (240 hours).

Students enrolled in one of the FEP master programmes taught in English and who have a minimum GMAT score of 650 (or GRE equivalent) are eligible to apply.