Campus and Community

Técnico organises the first Master’s Day

The first edition of the Técnico Master's Day brought together professors, final year students and staff from several services, who clarified the doubts of future candidates.

In the late afternoon of May 18, the North Garden of Alameda campus welcomed undergraduate students, from Técnico and other institutions, who wanted to know more about the Técnico Master’s programmes. Students, professors and staff from several services clarified doubts and provided information about the 32 master’s programmes offered by Técnico.

To the sound of the G.I.R.A. band, and in an informal atmosphere, the participants could learn more about the application procedures, international mobility programmes, financial support, study plans, employability and career opportunities

Sara Gonçalves, a 3rd-year Materials Engineering student, was quite pleased with the “the campus facilities  and the way courses are organised”. Dinis Henriques, a student of the same course and year, attended the event “to learn more about the Materials Engineering master’s programme”. They both want to continue their studies at Técnico, pursue a master’s degree and specialise in a scientific area different from their area of study.

Ricardo Amaral, a MSc student (Bioengineering: Regenerative and Precision Medicine), is about to complete the 2nd study cycle. “I think it’s important to learn from professors and students” in order to make an informed decision. He decided to continue his studies at Técnico after graduation.

The Master’s Day was organised in collaboration with the Técnico Students’ Union (AEIST) and included a live music performance by the student organisation Lounge.

The Master’s programmes offered by Instituto Superior Técnico deepen the knowledge acquired in the 1st study cycle, with a focus on curriculum flexibility and interdisciplinarity. The second call of applications for Técnico Master’s programmes takes place from 18th June to 19th July 2023.

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