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Application deadlines for 2024/2025 (Details of vacancies to be consulted on the page for each course): 

1st call: 11th to 22nd of April 2024 *
Result of applications: until 10th May 2024 
Registration period: From 21st to 27th June 2024  

2nd: 04th to 15th of July 2024
Result of applications: until 26th July 2024 
Registration period: From 05th to 12th August 2024

3rd: 03rd to 06th of September 2024
Result of applications: until 13th September 2024 
Registration period: from 18th to 23rd September 2024

*Applications are accepted from those who expect to complete their degree by the end of the academic year. These candidates must send proof of completion of the 1st cycle to mestrados@eeg.uminho.pt by July 25, 2024, failing which they will be excluded from the selection process. Enrolment will take place from August 5 to 12, 2024.

Important notes:

1-International candidates can only apply in the first call of applications.
2- In the case of admission to more than one course, candidates will be placed in the first option to which they were admitted.
3-Application fee: €42 not refundable

Application here: Academic Portal ​
Choose Application for Master Degrees and Specializations
You must read carefully the instructions displayed there. Candidates should upload the following documents (pdf format only).

1. Civil and fiscal Identification document;​ 
2. Undergraduate degree transcript of records displaying passing grades and GPA Scores​; 
3. Detailed and updated Curriculum Vitae;  
4. Document proving Professional Status, if applicable​; 
5​​. Other elements/certificates you may deem relevant for your application; 
6. English Language Proficiency Certificate – according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. The candidate is urged to consult the admission criteria of the master programme he/she wishes to apply to​. 
7. Candidates willing to submit their application to the Master Degrees, must submit their partial transcript of records (ToR) of the Bachelor Degree they currently pursue displaying the weighted average at the date of application. In the case of University of Minho students', this document can be an image from the student portal. 
8. Certificates issued by foreign institutions and not officially recognised are required to be recognised by the diplomatic authorities, or Portuguese consular authorities, or carry the apostille of the Hague Convention (its non-presentation is an eliminatory factor).