The Lisbon MBA Executive

Education objectives

The Lisbon MBA is an MBA Program in partnership between the Faculdade de Economia of the Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Nova SBE) and the Faculdade de Economia of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa (Catholic Lisbon). The Lisbon BA consists of 90 ECTS, of which 60 are related to the teaching part and the remaining ones related to the Thesis which, after their defence, allow the award of the master's degree in Management.
The key pillar of The Lisbon MBA is to prepare the students to play a role in the management global context. So It has a very innovative curriculum that covers the hard and soft skill. Besides that, we are very close to the market being our aim to develop long-lasting relationships with the corporate world and other institutions throughout the world by establishing a two-way value channel for exchanging knowledge, experience and talent. 

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General characterization

DGES code



Master (2nd Cycle)



Access to other programs


Prof. Paulo Soares de Pinho | Prof. René Bonhsack

Opening date

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Teaching language


Degree pre-requisites

For the MBA graduation, it’s necessary to fulfill the academic requirements and the number of ECTS indicated, as per the course offered in the academic year.

Courses on offer are subject to change.

The course’s syllabi reports to the current academic year. The update syllabi will be available at the beginning of each term. 

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Conditions of admittance

Candidates must have at least 5 years of professional experience ; a bachelor's degree in any subject; must fill out the
online forms, including university transcripts, 3 written essays, and 1 video essay; present an English Proficiency proof
(TOEFL score or equivalent); present an admission test (GMAT or GRE) score; two recommendations. Moving forwards in
the admission process, chosen applicants are invited to an interview.

Evaluation rules

The course evaluation is continuous, using different methodologies, and may be based on class participation, assignments, tests, and exams.