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Faculdade de Direito
Universidade Nova de Lisboa

  Campus de Campolide,
1099-032   Lisboa 

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First Cycle

Degree

Bachelor of Law

ECTS Coordinator

Helena Pereira de Melo

Education objectives

The First Cycle is the foundation of every student's legal studies. It has the following specific goals:
a) To ensure that students acquire a thorough knowledge of the main subjects and its central concepts, and to familiarise them with major theories of law (both past and contemporary);
b) To encourage an interdisciplinary, critical approach to the law as a means to understanding the complexity of legal phenomena;
c) To develop an awareness of the relative character of legal systems and their theoretical, cultural, and ideological foundations. A strong emphasis is placed on the study of other legal systems and on the comparison of the Portuguese legal order with geographically and historically distant ones.

 

Access conditions

Relevant admissions information

Faculty code: 0911
Degree code: 9078
Number of degree vacancies (2014/2015): 100

University access examinations
(11) History and (18) Portuguese

Minimum marks
Application mark: 100 points
University access mark: 95 points

Calculation formula
Secondary education average: 50%
University access examinations: 50%

Evaluation rules

1. Evaluation generally consists of a final written exam but other elements can be taken into account as long as students are duly informed of what is going to be considered. Different methods of evaluation may exceptionally be authorised by the Scientific Council. Students may sit exams only once per term. Those who fail may resit exams only at the end of the following term.

2. Bachelor degrees are granted to those students who have obtained 240 credits and successfully completed all compulsory subjects.

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