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TEMPUS INFODAY Portugal, an Invitation. TASHKENT 06/10/2012. Lisbon. Legend has it that Lisboa was founded by Ulysses. The name comes from “Olissipo”, which has its origins in the Phoenician words “Allis Ubbo”, meaning “enchanting port”.

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tempus infoday portugal an invitation
TEMPUS INFODAY

Portugal, anInvitation

TASHKENT 06/10/2012

lisbon
Lisbon

Legend has it that Lisboa was founded by Ulysses. The name comes from “Olissipo”, which has its origins in the Phoenician words “Allis Ubbo”, meaning “enchanting port”.

Most likely it was founded by the Phoenicians and styled by the Moores which shows in the strong Arabic influences. It was, after all, ruled by the Moors for 450 years. In the 12th century the Christians re conquered the city but it was not until the mid 13th century that Lisboa became the country’s capital.

lisbon multicultural
Lisbon Multicultural

With the beginning of the Portuguese Age of Discoveries, Lisboa enriched as a spice and jewelry trade center.

Over the centuries Lisboa naturally grew and changed. When the city centrewas almost completely destroyed by the earthquake of 1755, it was rebuilt by Marquise de Pombal, who thus created the Baixa Pombalina, a commercial area that still retains much of its original lay out.

lisbon the welcoming city
Lisbon the Welcoming City

Lisboa is a historic capital, a potpourri of unusual character and charm, where 800 years of cultural influences mingle with modern trends and life styles creating spectacular contrasts.

For the future Lisbon prepared thepath for sustainable development, promotion of innovative environment, knowledge networking and wellbeeing.

lisbon erasmus city
Lisbon Erasmus City

Housing dedicated to students under mobility;

Cultural preparation and welcoming activities;

Support for academic integration;

English spoken classes in the masters and doctorate degrees;

World class universities and institutes.

http://erasmuslisboa.com/index.php/en/welcome-kit

heis the international experience
HEIs, TheInternationalExperience
  • In Lisbon more than 5000 students are inbound from several countries ±10% of HEI students;
  • 4 Public Universities Investigation s, 5 Technical Schools, 11 Private High education Schools all with strong international presence;
  • 14 Certified Investigation Labs, hundreds of research centres with international projects with the most renowned universities in the world.
  • …. To summarize, opportunities for contacting some of the best R&D networks in the world.
1 example
1 eXample

Source: Ranking Bibliometrics, 2004-2010

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2eXample

UniversidadeCatólica Portuguesa

tempus open day
Tempus Open DAY

Lisboa, 15thJanuary 2013

  • Purpose: Disseminate Tempus, facilitate partnership establishment
  • Venue: In Lisboa in a place to be announced
  • Morning
  • Welcoming by NA Director Dr. Maria do CéuCrespo;
    • Presence of representatives Education and Science ministries.
  • Presentation of current Tempus Projects under development
    • “Teacher Education Review and Update of Curriculum”
      • Universidade de Aveiro (Coord.)
    • “Enhancement of role of universities in transfer of innovations into enterprise”
    • Paulo & Beatriz - ConsultoresAssociados / Instituto Superior de Paços de Brandão (Par.)
tempus open day1
Tempus Open DAY

Lisboa, 15thJanuary 2013

Afternoon

Lunch

NTO’s presentations - Azerbaijan

Intervention of EACEA Executive

thank you
Thank You

AntónioNunes, Coordinator at PROALV in Lisbon

[email protected]

PROALV is the NCP for Tempus in Portugal

[email protected]

www.visitlisboa.com

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