Academic Field Trips

During the first year of studies, which we call Year Zero, the students are taken on Academic Field Trips to visit places with historical relevance like archeological sites, or of artistic interest like Museums and Art Exhibitions, or of technical importance, like laboratories, factories or universities. These field trips are part of the student’s preparation for university and they are tailored to help the student make up his mind about the courses and programs, as well as to prepare himself for the necessary exams.

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Portugal and Spain have the world’s largest collection of archeological and historical sites, from pre-historic times to Roman cities, from medieval towns, castles and towers to baroque palaces. Just 30 minutes away from Campus are two important historical sites: the Guimaraes Castle and the Lanhoso Castle.


Painting, Sculpture, Architecture, Furniture, Fashion and Jewelry are just some of the treasures available in Portugal. The campus itself was conceived in the 18th century in a neoclassical design by the renowned architect Carlos Amarante and Braga is home to three large Museums.


The International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory is located just a few minutes away from Campus, as well as the Medical Hospital and the Catolica and Minho Universities. Portugal is also home to some of the most widely acclaimed technology (13 among the best 500).

Admission Deadline: September 15

Applying to study with us is easy and simple. Just send us an email and we will guide you through the all process. You don’t really need to make up your mind about what you want to study before you apply. We can help you with that later.