Come and discover a fantastic country
::Why study in Portugal?
The Portuguese are traditionally friendly and welcoming to all visitors, regardless of where they come from.
With Latin roots, Portuguese (the official language) is spoken by about 250 million people worldwide and is the 5th most spoken language in the world.
It is a member of the European Union and is part of the European Monetary System, as such, the Euro is the country's official currency since 2001.
According to Numbeo, Portugal in 2020 is in 19th place in the ranking of quality of life. Furthermore, according to a study by Expat Insider (6th edition), in the year 2019, Portugal ranked 3rd in the world with more than half of the expatriates possibly planning to live in the country for the rest of their lives.
Here you can feel safe
Portugal is considered the 3rd safest country in the world according to the Global Peace Index 2019.
Amazing sun and beaches
Voted the best tourist destination in the world by the World Travel Awards in 2017, 2018 and 2019.
You'll never be alone
Portugal had a 119% increase in foreign students in the last 8 years.
Porto metropolitan area
The stunning landscapes, the narrow and unforgettable streets of the city, the cultural adversity, its rich and varied cuisine, set the city apart from all others. For this reason, Porto was elected the Best City Break Destination in Europe in 2020, and the best European destination in 2017 for the third consecutive time.
The Porto metropolitan area also has around 1.7 million inhabitants, of which 100,000 are higher education students.
10 US AQI
230v / 50Hz
Electronic Cards(most places)
The art of welcoming
In order to study Portugal, as in any other place abroad, it is necessary to find a home suited to individual circumstances and preferences.
A vibrant city
The Porto Metro is a public transport system in the city, which consists of an electrified railway network, underground in the center of Porto and on the surface in the city outskirts. The The Porto Metro includes 6 lines and 81 stations. Through this transport we can reach the most important sights.
The working hours of the Porto metro are from 6:00 am to 1:00 am.
The student can choose the transport ticket that suits him best. For each case, Metro do Porto has the right fare.Metro do Porto website
BUS – STCP
Porto's bus network (STCP) reaches all parts of the city. The buses are modern and comfortable, air-conditioned, with digital information boards, WIFI and many run on natural gas.
The timetables of STCP buses vary depending on the line in question. However, there are buses running 24/7.STCP website