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Technical University of Lisbon

Technical University of Lisbon
Universidade Técnica de Lisboa
Established 1930
Type Public University
Students 21,427 (2008)[1]
Location Lisbon, Portugal
Website www.utl.pt

The Technical University of Lisbon (UTLPortuguese: Universidade Técnica de Lisboa, pronounced: ) was a Portuguese public university. It was created in 1930 in Lisbon, as a confederation of preexisting schools, and comprised the faculties and institutes of veterinary medicine; agricultural sciences; economics and business administration; engineering, social and political sciences; architecture; and human kinetics.

On July 25, 2013, it merged with the older University of Lisbon (1911–2013) and was incorporated in the new University of Lisbon.


Faculties

  • Veterinary Medicine: FMV - Faculdade de Medicina Veterinária
  • Agricultural Sciences: ISA - Instituto Superior de Agronomia
  • Economics and Business Management: ISEG - Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão
  • Engineering, Science and Technology: IST - Instituto Superior Técnico
  • Social and Political Sciences: ISCSP - Instituto Superior de Ciências Sociais e Políticas
  • Human Kinetics: FMH - Faculdade de Motricidade Humana
  • Architecture: FA - Faculdade de Arquitectura

The faculties offer all levels of academic degrees in a wide range of fields, ranging from veterinary medicine to agricultural sciences to engineering to political science to sporting management.

Notable alumni

People who have been awarded a degree by the Technical University of Lisbon or otherwise have attended this university, include:

See also

Notes and references

  1. ^ http://www.estatisticas.gpeari.mctes.pt/archive/doc/insc07_08__difusao_.xls

External links

  • Universidade Técnica de Lisboa

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