Master's in Leadership - Executive

Education objectives

Modern organizations are increasingly struggling with the challenges inherent in leading and managing people. In most industries, human capital is strategic per se, and is often the key differentiating factor.

This Executive Master's is aimed at building positive leadership relationships, which go through the challenges of attracting, developing, and retaining the right people in the right places.

 Learning objectives:

" To foster an environment of self- and hetero knowledge, strengthening the concept that leadership begins in you and spreads through your team

" To know the challenges of leading teams in face-to-face and remote contexts, aware of the emotional contexts and the importance of corporate well-being

" Understand the importance of organizational culture and develop the skills needed to map, plan and implement positive change, monitoring the outcomes and impacts of change

" Ensure understanding of the context and movements of digital transformation for proper development of organizational and individual skills.

General characterization

DGES code



Master (2nd Cycle)



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Filipa Castanheira | Pedro Neves

Opening date

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Teaching language

Portuguese and English

Degree pre-requisites

Completion of 60 ECTS distributed as follows: 30 ECTS in curricular units + 30 ECTS in thesis (Workproject)

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Conditions of admittance

  • Only candidates from accredited or recognized schools in their countries of origin will be admitted.
  • Candidates from Bachelor's programs with an academic degree in Management, Technologies, Social Sciences, or other related fields are accepted;
  • Candidates must have at least 5 years of experience in functions relevant to their academic area, preferably executives, managers, and middle management who intend to improve or update their skills in leadership.

English language skills are required as some of the curricular units will be taught in English.

Evaluation rules

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