Bachelor in Portuguese & Business

Frequently Asked Questions

Nova SBE students have access to a teaching of excellence, proven by Nova SBE’s regular presence on international rankings. The close connection with companies and recruiters is also one of the advantages, as well as its international environment and all the complementary services that support Nova SBE students in different areas.

Yes, students must be able to speak Portuguese and English. Having quantitative knowledge is also reccomended.

It is not mandatory, but if the student would like to do it, it could be beneficial.

Nova SBE does not require an English certificate to be admitted in this program; however, it is advisable to have at least a B2 level to be able to follow the classes.

This program has a mixed track between Nova SBE and Faculty of Social and Human Sciences (FCSH). At Nova SBE some of the courses will be taught in Portuguese and others will be taught in English. All courses at FCSH will be fully taught in Portuguese.

Students will attend classes with other Nova SBE students enrolled in those courses. There are not separate classes.

Yes, there is a public transportation system that makes commuting to Nova SBE and to Nova FCSH easy. Students can take the bus, subway or train, depending where they choose to live. For more information about Nova SBE, please visit Life@Nova section here.

Students are able to find non-academic information, including about accommodation  here.

Students who complete this program will have access to the next degree level, which is a Master’s program.