Instituto Politécnico de Lisboa

Engineering

13 bachelors

11 masters

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Lisbon Engineering Institute

Lisbon Superior Engineering Institute  (ISEL) has resulted from the restructuring of an institution with a long-standing tradition in engineering teaching in Portugal, the Industrial Institute of Lisbon (Instituto Industrial de Lisboa), which was created in 1852. ISEL constitutes an example of a long tradition of engineering education. It is characterized by the intention to teach know-how, towards pedagogical practice within a criterion of constant curricula update.
The courses curricula are guided by learning concepts and methods, typically the students evaluation is based on laboratory projects followed by an oral discussion, and seminar presentations. This method privileges and foments student's ability to confront, in a creative and innovative way, identical problems as in professional life in engineering.
With Bologna reform, introduced at ISEL in the academic year of 2006/2007, the 5-year (1st + 2nd Cycle) courses where transformed into 3-years graduation courses, by which the graduates have their engineering degree (Graduation) and 2-year Master courses (Master degree). After completed successfully the 3+2 years curricula, conferring respectively the Graduation and Masters Degree, students are eligible for admission to research activities leading to a PhDl Degree.

Bachelor's Degrees

  • Biomedical Technologies (to be authorized)
  • Civil Engineering
  • Chemical and Biological Engineering
  • Computer Science and Computer Engineering
  • Electronics, Telecommunications and Computer Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Informatics and Multimedia Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Municipal Technologies and Management (to be authorized)     

Master's Degrees

  • Analisys and Control of Environmental Health Risks (to be authorized) (in partnership with Lisbon School of Health Tecnhology)   
  • Biomedical Engineering (to be authorized) (in partnership with Lisbon School of Health Tecnhology) 
  • Civil Engineering
  • Chemical and Biological Engineering 
  • Computer Science and Computer Engineering
  • Communication Networks and Multimedia Engineering
  • Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Quality and Environmental Engineering (to be authorized)
  • Science in Maintenance Engineering