The Masters in Management will work with a daytime group and a post-work regime one, in Portuguese and in English, according to the following table:
The classes are from Monday to Friday and Saturday morning.
The daytime regime will work preferably in the morning and the post-work regime will work from 19:00 to 22:00.
The Masters at the Católica Porto Business School has a single but flexible attendance regime. The curriculum is designed so the programme has a minimum of three semesters (one year and a half). However, for students who wish to obtain a Masters's degree while maintaining their professional activity, you can perform the Masters's within a maximum of 5 semesters (two and a half years), which allows you to distribute the academic load over an extended thus conciliating the schedules and professional load with the Masters.
The beginning and end of semesters are published annually in the academic calendar of the 2nd cycle of the Católica Porto Business School (see Academic Calendar).
Lectures of the Masters of the Católica Porto Business School take place at Católica Foz in Porto.
Portuguese and English