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Under the School regulations, you can be registered as working student.

Download the Working Student Status.

 

Under the School regulations, you can be eligible for parental leave student status.

Download the Parental Leave Student Status.

 

Under the School regulations, you can be registered as high performance athelete.

Download the High Performance Athlete Status.

 

Under the School regulations, you can be registered as young associative leader.

Download the Young Associative Leader Status.

Once you finish your Summer School, you can turn that knowledge into ECTS.

Documents you will need to request at your host university:
1. A certificate with the formal evaluation obtained with your quantitative assessement ;
2. The syllabus from the Summer School course.

Pre-requirements for Summer School validation request: 
A. The evaluation obtained is positive; 
B. The summer course subject is related with your Undergraduate Program. 


Validation Procedure at CATÓLICA-LISBON:
Submit a Formal Request, to CATÓLICA-LISBON’s Undergraduate Academic Diretor, in the Central School Services - library building, ground floor - attaching a photocopy of above mentioned documents. 
Make sure you bring the original documents, in hard copies, for validation, the services will analyse the originals and certify the copies.

Each Formal Request will be evaluated by the Academic Direction taking into consideration multiple aspects related with hosting school, summer school topics, evaluation methods, among other specifications.
If all the conditions are met, the waiver will appear in the student's e-SCA profile. The Undergraduate Student Affairs will only contact students if any issue arises.

No numerical classification will be given, therefore it will not be considered for your average. The waiver will be validated as an elective course, up to 4 ECTS, and will count for the necessary 180 ECTS to finish your Undergraduate Program.
Each student can waiver only two summer courses during their Undergraduate Program at CATÓLICA-LISBON. 

Undergraduate students may change between programs in Management or Economics during their first academic year. Please find below the deadlines to request this change.

Deadlines for Changing Programs

This Academic Integrity code aims to provide specific guidelines about students’ expected behavior while attending Católica Lisbon School of Business and Economics of the Catholic University of Portugal, Lisbon.

Download the Academic Integrity Code.

As in all academic activities, being rigorous is crucial. Inappropriate behavior during exams has a very negative impact on the quality of our education, preparation of students, and School’s reputation.

With the approval and promotion of the School’s Academic Integrity Code in March of 2011, CATÓLICA-LISBON took a significant step toward guaranteeing overall alignment of such values. We are therefore in a position to ask that the approved provisions be reinforced and upheld.

Please be reminded of overall Exam Rules and Regulations:

Punctuality: You should arrive at the School’s premises 15 minutes prior to the start time,waiting for the roll call at the door of the examination room.
Identification: It may be required that you identify yourself. Therefore you should bring along an ID card with photo.

Material/equipment not allowed during the exam:

  • Mobile phones or other electronic devices. Mobile phones cannot be used as calculators or watches and are to be switched off before the exam, (and not only placed in silent mode). Mobile Phones should be put away along with other personal belongings;
  • Books, notes, dictionaries (with the exception of open book exams, during which you are allowed to have with you materials accordingly stipulated by the professor).

The Professor may also ask that personal belongings be placed in a predefined space within the examination room.

Conduct during the exam:

It is absolutely prohibited that students communicate (verbally or otherwise) among themselves during the exam. Should you have a question, raise your hand and wait for the Professor to come by your desk.
Please bear in mind the following extract taken from the Academic Integrity Code relevant to fraudulent behavior during exams:

Cheating in tests or exams:

Cheating in exams is totally unacceptable. Cheating includes many possible forms, such as: i) copying answers from another student; ii) communicating with other students during the exam; iii) using materials not allowed by the instructor; iv) presenting fabricated materials; v) improperly obtaining access to an examination; vi) facilitating any of the previous by another student. The consequences may be failing an assignment or exam, failing a course, or suspension or dismissal from the University. Repeated violations are likely to imply immediate dismissal from the University.”

Emphasizing and implementing these procedures significantly contributes toward achieving our common goals.

As in all academic activities, being rigorous is crucial. Inappropriate behavior during exams has a very negative impact on the quality of our education, preparation of students, and School’s reputation.

Exam Procedures and Regulations

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