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Portuguese I in Portugal

  • 30 credits

The course is offered at Universidade do Porto - Faculdade de Letras  (FLUP).

This course provides basic knowledge of spoken and written Portuguese as well as training in oral and written proficiency. In addition, the course provides a broad orientation in the cultures and societies of the Portuguese-speaking countries.

  • Course structure

    You do not need to have prior knowledge of the language to start studying Portuguese. During the course you will practice your language skills through text reading, verbal communication exercises and exercises to improve your writing skills, while systematically going through the grammar. In addition, you have excellent opportunities to advance your Portuguese outside the scheduled lessons.
    The content of the course corresponds to Portuguese I, 30 ECTS at Stockholm University. Completed course gives admission to Portuguese II.

    Modules

    The course units are: Text and Language Structure I, Oral Proficiency and Interaction, Text and Language Structure II and Portuguese in the World.

  • Schedule

    This is a preliminary schedule and is subject to continuous change. For this reason, we do not recommend print-outs. At the start of the course, your institution will advise where you can find your schedule during the course.
  • More information

    Learning and collaboration platform: Athena

    The University 

    The course is offered at Universidade do Porto - Faculdade de Letras  (FLUP).

    The University of Porto is the second largest University in Portugal with approximately 30000 students. It was founded in 1911 and is ranked among the best Portuguese universities.

    The University of Porto consists of different campuses. Faculdade de Letras is located in an area called Boavista / Campo Alegre, west of the center of Porto. The nearest metro station is "Casa da Música" and is situated about a 10 minutes’ walk from the campus.

    By bus or metro, you can easily get into the city and to Porto's historical center.

    Accommodation

    The University can help our students find different types of accommodation. A prerequisite for guaranteed accommodation is that, as an enrolled student, you have contacted the university no later than 21 days before the course starts. Information about accommodation is sent to accepted students upon selection 1. You should then contact the university as soon as possible if you would like assistance with housing.

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