Cardiovascular Sciences

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Medical Research Centre - FMUP
Medical Research Centre - FMUP
FMUP
Overview

The Doctoral Programme in Cardiovascular Sciences aims to endow students with an advanced training in this field of knowledge. The promotion of the scientific research in an area with such an importance taking into account its predominance, incidence, morbidity and mortality is also one of our objectives. Cardiovascular diseases are, in fact, the first cause of death in Portugal and throughout the western world, being forecasted to continue that way in the upcoming decades. The non existence of a similar doctoral programme in this area in Portugal, and the fact that this area needs to be studied and researched, played a major role in creating this programme.


Administration: FMUP
Coordinator: Adelino Leite-Moreira

Elegibility
Degree in Medicine or other areas of Biologic and Health Sciences, as well as Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Engineering, with a minimum average classification of 14/20, obtained in Portuguese or foreign universities.
Language: English
Accreditation: 240 ECTS
Fee:

Ordinary students: 2750€/yr (full time) or 2.062,5€/yr (partial time); International students: 7500 €/yr (full time) or 5625 €/yr (partial time); International students (CPLP): 3750 €/yr (full time) or 2812,5 €/yr (partial time).


Positions 2017/18: 10

Tuition & financial support
Not applicable

Application deadline
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Starting date
The course has started

Schedule
After work hours, exceptionally some curricular units may work mostly in working hours.


Contact us

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