What are the conditions for granting CATÓLICA-LISBON scholarships for the 2023/2024 academic year?

  • Merit scholarships are awarded automatically based on the Academic Average (60% High School Average and 40% Mathematics Exam);
  • Scholarship averages are announced each year at the same time as the admission results;
  • Students benefitting from the Top Talent 3-year scholarship must maintain a minimum average grade of 14.5/20 or higher at the end of the first year, as well as a minimum average of 15.00/20 at the end of the second year. They must also complete 58.5 ECTS in the first year and a minimum of 117 ECTS at the end of the second year.

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keyboard_arrow_up Social Action Scholarships at Universidade Católica Portuguesa

The Social Responsibility Office (GRS) at Universidade Católica Portuguesa supports students with economic difficulties through a reduction or waiver of fees. Learn more here.

keyboard_arrow_up Merit Scholarships Fund

The CATÓLICA-LISBON Scholarship Fund, which allows us to grant merit scholarships to the best talents that want to study at our faculty, is generously contributed to by Alumni & Friends of the school. 

keyboard_arrow_up Were you given a Merit Scholarship that you don’t need?

If you have been given a Merit Scholarship but you feel you don't need it and you would like to make a contribution, you can always donate it to the Social Responsibility Office, thus making it possible for a needy student to have the opportunity to come and study with us. This gesture of generosity will be acknowledged and you will still be able to enjoy the other benefits awarded.

keyboard_arrow_up Erasmus + Scholarship

Students who apply for the Exchange Program, the Double Degree or the International Tri-School Exchange can also apply for an Erasmus+ scholarship.