Basic Cycle of the Integrated Master’s degree in Medicine

The first four semesters of the Basic Cycle of the master's Degree in Medicine are based on the interinstitutional cooperation between the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Lisbon (FMUL) and the University of Madeira (UMa). This partnership aims at not only providing access to an increased number of native students from Madeira Archipelago, that have the required academic qualifications for medical learning, but also at obtaining a postgraduate collaboration.
Obtaining a master's degree in Medicine presupposes the successful completion of 6 years (12 semesters) of studies. Currently, the first 4 semesters are taught at UMa. Then, students are transferred to the FMUL as soon as they have the needed requirements to enter the 3rd year of the curriculum, where the degree will be completed.
This degree's curriculum is based on an educational model that fosters the learning of biomedical sciences, while developing practical skills. It favours pedagogical fields of knowledge integration, with programs focused on students, which increases their own individual commitment and creativity.
Admission to this course implies the mandatory fulfilment of the prerequisite of "Group A - Interpersonal Comunication".

GENERAL INFORMATION

DGES CODE:

1300/8083 (INSTITUTION/DEGREE)

Duration of Studies:

4 SEMESTERS / 2 YEARS

CONCURSO NACIONAL 24/25:

Not availableOPENINGS AVAILABLE

Classificações Mínimas:

Nota Candidatura: 160
Provas de Ingresso: 140

Fórmula de Cálculo:

Média Secundário: 50%
Provas de Ingresso: 50%

AVERAGE OF THE LATEST CANDIDATE 23/24:

182,8 POINTS

Admission Exams:

(02) Biology and Geology
(07) Physics and Chemistry
(19) Mathematics A

The first four semesters of the Basic Cycle of the master's Degree in Medicine are based on the interinstitutional cooperation between the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Lisbon (FMUL) and the University of Madeira (UMa). This partnership aims at not only providing access to an increased number of native students from Madeira Archipelago, that have the required academic qualifications for medical learning, but also at obtaining a postgraduate collaboration.
Obtaining a master's degree in Medicine presupposes the successful completion of 6 years (12 semesters) of studies. Currently, the first 4 semesters are taught at UMa. Then, students are transferred to the FMUL as soon as they have the needed requirements to enter the 3rd year of the curriculum, where the degree will be completed.
This degree's curriculum is based on an educational model that fosters the learning of biomedical sciences, while developing practical skills. It favours pedagogical fields of knowledge integration, with programs focused on students, which increases their own individual commitment and creativity.
Admission to this course implies the mandatory fulfilment of the prerequisite of "Group A - Interpersonal Comunication".

DEGREE DIRECTOR

DGES CODE:

1300/8083 (INSTITUTION/DEGREE)

Duration of Studies:

4 SEMESTERS / 2 YEARS

CONCURSO NACIONAL 24/25:

Not available OPENINGS AVAILABLE - 1ª FASE

Classificações Mínimas:

Nota Candidatura: 160
Provas de Ingresso: 140

Fórmula de Cálculo:

Média Secundário: 50%
Provas de Ingresso: 50%

AVERAGE OF THE LATEST CANDIDATE 23/24:

182,8 POINTS

Admission Exams:

(02) Biology and Geology
(07) Physics and Chemistry
(19) Mathematics A

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Career Opportunities and Employability

The medical career is defined as a sequence of degrees of technical and scientific differentiation and of increased responsibility, obtained through training periods and public tests of competences. Medical training allows various career opportunities, including Clinical Medicine (Hospital, Family Medicine, and Occupational Medicine), Research and Teaching.

Candidates

Students applying through the National Higher Education Access Contest who have passed the required admission exams and meet the Group A (interpersonal communication) prerequisite may apply to this course.

* The information on this page does not preclude consultation of the Degree’s Curriculum in Diário da República.

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