Entrance Into Higher Education 2018

In the application process to Higher Education, 74 students from the national system were placed in 33 universities in Portugal and abroad

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Entrance Into Higher Education 2018
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October 12, 2018
Entrance Into Higher Education 2018
Entrance Into Higher Education 2018

In the application process to Higher Education, 74 students from the national system were placed in 33 universities in Portugal and abroad. Approximately 90% of the students were placed in the first or second option. Here are the universities with the highest number of entrances.


Approximately 27% of our students enrolled in engineering courses, with thirteen students choosing Instituto Superior Técnico. The preferred courses were in the areas of IT. The degree with the highest number of entrants was Electrical Engineering and Computing. It is worth mentioning the entrance of two students in Aerospace Engineering, which has an entry requirement of an average higher than 18.85 points, one of the highest requirements in the country.

More in the area of Science and Technology, 15% of our students entered courses related to the area of health, seven of which students joining Medical School - six in Lisbon and one in Prague, Czech Republic.


In the area of Economics and Management, 31% of students enrolled in Management, Economics, Information Management and Finance and Accounting, in institutions including Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Universidade Católica and ISCTE. Although many of our students were placed at the Nova School of Business & Economics, they opted to join the Catholic School of Business and Economics, using the TOP + Catholic Scholarship, for the secondary school average they achieved.
Law was the most popular choice for Humanities students, mainly in the city of Lisbon. Also Social Communication and Media, as well as Marketing and Advertising were also choices made by our students.
Regarding our Visual Arts students, our candidates were placed in courses including Equipment Design, Communication Design and Architecture at the Faculty of Architecture and the Faculty of Fine Arts in Lisbon.

Regarding the international course, IB - Diploma Program, 61% of the students who finished high school opted for higher education abroad. King's College London, University of Manchester, University of Leicester, University of Cardiff and University of Swansea were among the universities selected by our students. The choices made by our IB students revealed a wide range of areas, from Medicine to Digital Animation. The majority of students opted for areas within the Social Sciences, followed by Health Sciences, Engineering and Economics.

Once again our school is proud of the results achieved by our students, who recognise the significance of attending St. Peter's International School, both for the quality of teaching and for all the support and guidance provided throughout the school year.

We wish all of our students continued success in this new phase of their lives.