Master in Management

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Tuition fees*

Nacional: 1500€
International: 5000€
CPLP International: 2750€

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Daytime programme


2 years

Start date

September 2023

* Tuition fees for the academic year 2023/24 (Full Tuition Fee). More information here.

FEP Master’s degree in Management lasts 24 months and is offered in English. Although all of its curricular units provide a solid theoretical basis, the focus of teaching is on the application of the concepts addressed to real situations. The programme trains its students to be active participants in a global world, offering their students the opportunity to gain international experience throughout the course.José António Moreira
Director of the Master in Management

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1st Year

1st Semester
Name Credits
Business Valuation 3
Financial Management 3
Strategic Management 6
Operations and Supply Chain Management 6
People Management 6
Marketing and Commercial Management 6
2nd Semester
Name Credits
Management Information systems 3
Business Analytics 6
International Business 3
Management Research 3
Electives 15

2nd year

3rd Semester
Name Credits
Business Case Analysis 9
Business Challenge 6
Corporate Ethics 3
Seminars 3
Work Plan/Work Project/Internship project 9
4th Semester
Name Credits
Dissertation/Project Report/Internship Report 30
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Student profile

The programme is aimed primarily at recent graduated students in Economics, Management and other related areas, although other academic background may be considered on a case-by-case basis. Applicants must be fluent in English.

Student profile Master in Management

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Career Opportunities

The Master in Management aims to provide students with knowledge in the areas of Finance, Strategy, Marketing, Sales, Operations, Human Resources. The Master trains students to pursue a career in management in a global context.

Former students are working in various organizations such as companies in retail, distribution, services, advisory, and audit, among others.

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In 2021, the Master in Management reached the top 100 of the Financial Times ranking, being ranked 98th worldwide. In Portugal, only four schools appear in this exclusive ranking of management programmes.

The Master in Management is also in the 85th position of QS Business Masters Rankings 2023, which lists the best management programmes in the world.

Double Degrees

Upon selection process, the students from the Master in Management have the possibility of doing a double degree in three renowned schools:

  • Kedge Business School (France);
  • Warsaw School of Economics (Poland);
  • FEA-USP (University of São Paulo, Brazil) – agreement in renegotiation.

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Maria João
Maria João

“The Master in Management gave me freedom to discover and explore my professional ambitions. The programme allows us to interact with the best professionals (teachers and entrepreneurs) and learn with their life experiences”

Tiago Costa
Tiago Costa

“I am proud of having chosen the Master in Management to complement my previous academic skills. Offered in English, the master programme allowed me to grow up in personal and professional terms, and maximize the applicability of the teaching subjects in the entrepreneurial environment. The programme also allows us to face and interact with different international perspectives.”

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