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 1st Cycle Degree     Departamento de Gestão e Economia [Portuguese]

Study plan   Management
DGES code
CNAEF classification 345 | Decree no. 256/2005 [PT]
Publication in the Portuguese Official Gazette Order no. 9848/2016 - DR 2nd series, no 147, 02 August [PT]
Assessment/Accreditation/Registration A3ES Accreditation, 16-04-2019
Self-assessment Report
Initial registry: R/A-Ef 3394/2011 de 18-03-2011
Changes registry: R/A-Ef 3394/2011/AL01 de 02-10-2015 | R/A-Ef 3394/2011/AL02 de 30-06-2016 | R/A-Ef 3394/2011/AL03 de 10-10-2017 | R/A-Ef 3394/2011/AL04 de 26-07-2019
Mode of study Daytime
ECTS 180
Other information Statistics [PT]

National Access Competition  

Admission Requirements
Vacancies 74 (2022)
Lowest Admission Grade 157.5 (1.ª fase 2021)


Profile of the programme The 1st cycle in Management has the following broad objectives: - To provide students with the skills necessary to meet the needs of organizations in different areas such as general management, accounting, finance, strategic, commercial/marketing and human resources; - encourage students to apply the knowledge gained, in order to employ a professional approach to management - provide the students with the ability to collect, select and interpret relevant information in the area of management, to enable him to support the solutions that he advocates and the judgments issued; - develop competencies enabling lifelong learning, with a high degree of autonomy; - provide students with skills that allow them to communicate information, ideas, problems and solutions, to expert and non-expert audiences.
Key learning outcomes After completing the degree students should be able to: 1 - know how to manage a small business or organization, understanding its strategic and institutional options and identifying its strengths and weaknesses; 2 – join any functional area of ??a large or medium-sized company or organization and autonomously perform any assigned management task; 3 – identify and evaluate opportunities that can lead to new businesses; 4 – assess, from the information records, the current situation and possible evolution of the company; 5 – issue advisory opinions on specific cases related to companies and markets; 6 – write projects for global management or for the company's functional areas; 7 – identify relevant sources of economic information and their content; 8 – understand economic institutions as a result and application of theoretical or formal representations about the functioning of the economy; 9 - extract from the available data relevant information not detectable by non-professionals; 10 – be familiar with the use of information and communication technologies in a business context; 11 – be able to read, understand and communicate in more than one language, especially English; 12 – apply, in the analysis of problems, professional criteria based on the use of technical tools; 13 – show ease of communication and teamwork skills; 14 - show capacity for analysis and synthesis; 15 - show problem solving ability; 16 - show ability to apply knowledge; 17 - show the ability to adapt to new situations; 18 - show ability to work with information; 19 - demonstrate the ability to work autonomously and in a group.
Occupational profiles of graduates - General Manager; - Controller; - Accountant; - Human Resources Manager; - Key Account Manager; - Management consultant; - Strategic Planning; - Product Manager; - Marketeer; - Teaching (Higher Education Institutions).
Learning facilities
- Large library with own spaces for study, alongside bibliographic collection;
- Self learning room;
-Three computer rooms for classes, whenever necessary computer equipment;
- Proximity to a university residence with 300 beds;
- Bar and canteen Services (lunch and dinner);
-The degree of students satisfaction with the various services provided is largely satisfactory
-Excellent search conditions supported by use of digital libraries;
- Mobilizing role that the University has the regional level gives the UBI a high reputation, which facilitates cooperation with companies.
-The location of UBI in a small town provides greater integration of the students, which has effect on educational achievements, by promoting mutual assistance between students, neighbors and the local community.
Requirements and regulations (assessment and graduation) UBI Regulations [PT]

Departamento de Gestão e Economia

Estrada do Sineiro, s/n
6200-209 Covilhã
275 329 164

Course Coordinator(s)

 [Ficheiro Local]
Course Director
Pedro Miguel Ramos Marques da Silva
 [Ficheiro Local]
Mobility coordinator
Luis Antonio Fonseca Mendes


Scientific Committee
Pedro Miguel Ramos Marques da Silva
Francisco José Peixeiro Antunes
Luís António Fonseca Mendes
Patrícia Damas Beites
Paulo Gonçalves Pinheiro
Elena Sochirca Neves
Maria do Céu Ferreira Gaspar Alves

Pedagogical Coordination Committee
Pedro Miguel Ramos Marques da Silva
Year Coordinators
Elena Sochirca Neves (1st)
Francisco José Peixeiro Antunes (2nd)
Maria do Céu Ferreira Gaspar Alves (3rd)
Year Representatives
Sofia Pombal Xistra (1st)
Francisco Silva Reis (2nd)
Guilherme Freire Pires Ramos (3rd)

Recognition Committee
Pedro Miguel Ramos Marques da Silva
Luís António Fonseca Mendes
Francisco José Peixeiro Antunes
Paulo Gonçalves Pinheiro
Note: The information contained in these pages does not relieve consultation of official documents. Last updated on: 2014-08-07

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