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From bachelor’s programs with knowledge in mathematics and programming (at an entry-level of a 1st cycle program), i.e. science, technology/computer science, engineering, economics, finance, or management. For those with limited programming skills, it will be mandatory to attend the Python/Coding for the Business bridging course in August.

Keen on understand how to design and manage data-driven organizations, how to transform hard data into storytelling and frameworks that improve human decisions and inspire commitment.

That aspire to understand organizations and the managerial problems they face, how to use technology and leverage data to solve them, how to set up internal and external systems that enable the required ecosystem, and how to lead projects and interdisciplinary teams to solve complex problems and implement complex decisions leveraging data.

Aim at comprehending also on the limitations of data-driven decisions and the role of human cognitive systems and the ethical and legal constraints.

From bachelor’s programs with a strong quantitative background, i.e. Economics, Mathematics, Statistics, Physics, Engineering, Data Analytics. Top students with analytical savvy.

Keen on research economics topics such as, environment, education, health, macroeconomics, and financial markets.

That aspire to work directly with Economics Faculty in research projects or strong research centres on a variety of economics topics: environment, education, and health; international development; macroeconomics and financial markets; public policy; data analytics.

Research projects that can include fieldwork activity in Africa and in Portugal - including data collection and behavioural and field experiments.

That aim to pursue a PhD degree afterwards.

From bachelor's programs with a strong quantitative background. For those with limited quantitative skills, it will be mandatory to attend bridging courses in August.

Looking for a practical approach designed to gain the necessary theoretical knowledge and hands-on skills for a successful career in the world of finance.

Aim to develop a solid knowledge, analytical and problem-solving competencies in the financial area.

From bachelor's programs in the scientific areas of Science, Technology or Computer Science, Engineering, Economics, Finance or Management, or other scientific areas. The program requires background knowledge in mathematics at the level of a 1st cycle in Economics or Management. For those with limited quantitative skills, it will be mandatory to attend bridging courses in August.

For those who wish to create their own social venture or develop solutions to social problems within the organization they work for.

Aspire at bringing together the technical and personal competencies of management and innovation with an entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial journey for societal impact.

That aim for a program with a hands-on approach structure to address real-world challenges for a more equitable, sustainable, and peaceful world.

From different bachelor's backgrounds: from management and economics, passing through international relations or other social sciences, till engineering or other analytical degrees. Candidates with limited quantitative skills, might need to complete bridging courses in August.

Keen on learning the questions behind public policies.

Strong international vocation, bringing future leaders from a wide range of contexts to Nova SBE.

That aspire to know more on economics for policymakers, with an important management component.

That aim at helping leaders to have a meaningful impact in their communities.

Young practitioners in organizations with a public policy dimension, with high potential and willing to enrich their knowledge and practical approach on international development and public policy.

The International Master’s in Finance (IMF) is designed for bachelor’s students who want to have an international career after their master’s program and ambition a fast career progression in the financial area.

It is a highly selective Master’s Program that provides students with the tools, concepts, and training to succeed in an international context:

In Year 1 (first and second semester), students follow the Master’s in Finance Curriculum and benefit from an exclusive and personalized support from a dedicated Nova SBE Career team to prepare their career abroad.

In Year 2 (third Semester), students complete their Master’s Thesis by developing a Work Project with an international scope.

The International Master’s in Management (IMM) is designed for bachelor’s students who want to have an international career after their master’s program and ambition a fast career progression in a multinational company.

It is a highly selective Master’s Program that provides students with the tools, concepts, and training to succeed in an international context:

In Year 1 (first and second semester), students follow the Master’s in Management Curriculum and benefit from an exclusive and personalized support from a dedicated Nova SBE Career team to prepare their career abroad.  

In Year 2 (third Semester), students complete their Master’s Thesis by developing a Work Project with an international scope.

From any Bachelor’s program. Candidates with limited quantitative skills, might need to complete bridging courses in August.

For those you believe that real change happens when one can engage people and organizations towards a greater vision.

That look for the perfect mix between management concepts and the know-how to apply them, and to develop human and professional skills that will give one the edge to succeed in the job market.

Aim at having international business perspectives, with a real-world connection, both inside and outside the classroom.

 
 

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