A actualidade noticiosa

Consulta as principais notícias do Ensino Superior

4 de Outubro de 2019.

Já é possível nomear um exoplaneta

Em Portugal, poderá atribuir-se um nome ao planeta extra-solar HD 45652b, um gigante gasoso a 117 anos-luz de nós. A partir desta terça-feira, tem a oportunidade de sugerir um nome para um exoplaneta. Para comemorar o seu 100.º aniversário, a União Astronómica Internacional (IAU, na sigla em inglês) organizou a iniciativa IAU100 Name ExoWorlds (Dê Nome a ExoMundos, em português), em que mais de 70 países terão a possibilidade de dar um nome a um exoplaneta e à sua estrela. Em Portugal, será possível propor nomes até 28 de Outubro no site da iniciativa. Como a IAU é a entidade responsável por atribuir nomes e designações oficiais a corpos celestes, quis incentivar a comunidade internacional a nomear também outros mundos. […]
3 de Outubro de 2019.

A Europe for my grandchildren

When I read about the topic for this month’s article, at first I was a bit overwhelmed. What can I as a single person contribute to the European Union? How can I help to preserve the values of this uniting project?  And then, after second thoughts, I realized: yes, even my young generation can do a lot to guarantee that there will also be a Europe for our grandchildren. Let’s start with something that is going to happen this month – the European elections. On the 26th of May we have the chance to vote for the European Parliament and indirectly for our all future. Each one of us can decide which party he or she wants to support with […]
2 de Outubro de 2019.

Evolução fez desaparecer músculos

Uma equipa liderada por um cientista português observou, pela primeira vez, estruturas que se começam a desenvolver nos embriões e fetos humanos, mas que desaparecem antes do nosso nascimento. Através de uma técnica de imagens a três dimensões, uma equipa de cientistas dos Estados Unidos e de França espreitou ao pormenor a anatomia de embriões e fetos humanos. Assim, o grupo liderado pelo biólogo português Rui Diogo conseguiu observar músculos que se formam durante o início do nosso desenvolvimento, mas que se perdem antes de nascermos. Essas estruturas desapareceram durante a evolução (na transição dos répteis mamalianos para os mamíferos) há mais de 250 milhões de anos e ainda são visíveis em alguns animais. O trabalho foi publicado esta terça-feira […]
1 de Outubro de 2019.

The European project in the future

The future of the European Project depends on our acts now. As a young European citizen who has already participated in projects provided by the European Union, I know that the best way to support the European Project growth is taking part in diversified programmes such as studying abroad, voluntary service or any kinds of internships. These experiences give a new perspective for the future of young people. Mobility does not pose any difficulties anymore because it is a part of the projects mentioned above. Moreover, we are eager to apply for jobs abroad, to travel and stay in touch with all the people we have  met along our way. All the connections between the people and the sense of […]
30 de Setembro de 2019.

Estudantes luso-descendentes

Em 2019, 416 emigrantes e luso-descendentes ficaram colocados na primeira fase de acesso ao ensino superior. O secretário Estado da Ciência, Tecnologia e Ensino Superior frisa que Portugal “está de braços abertos” para os acolher. O número de luso-descendentes candidatos ao ensino superior em Portugal aumentou 150% em quatro anos, com 2019 a ser o mais concorrido da última década, segundo dados oficiais do Ministério da Ciência, Tecnologia e Ensino Superior. Portugal tem um contingente reservado a filhos de emigrantes de 7% do total das vagas nacionais no acesso ao ensino superior, o que corresponde a cerca de 3500 vagas. Na primeira fase do concurso de 2019, 483 emigrantes e luso-descendentes candidataram-se a instituições de ensino superior portuguesas, tendo ficado […]
29 de Setembro de 2019.

Freedom is participation!

As european citizens, we all have the responsibility to take care of the EU and contribute to its success, development and improvement.  The EU is not only an International Organization of States, it is a political and economical union based on the common interests, necessities, rights and obligations of all their citizens. It has been created to generate services and to manage and solve common problems of the European States in order to offer better life conditions to the citizens of this geopolitical area.  For this reason, the europeans have inherited the duty to participate actively towards the growth of the EU.  We are required to exercise our rights such as voting in the EU elections, to invest in its […]
28 de Setembro de 2019.

Envelhecimento dos professores

Monitor da Educação e da Formação de 2019 salienta também que “o investimento na modernização das infra-estruturas é insuficiente, em especial, na educação e no acolhimento na primeira infância nas zonas metropolitanas”. O envelhecimento da população docente é um problema identificado em Portugal no Monitor da Educação e da Formação de 2019, divulgado esta quinta-feira pela Comissão Europeia, que destaca ainda a “elevada proporção de pessoal não permanente”. “Os professores estão satisfeitos com o seu trabalho, porém, subsistem desafios tais como o envelhecimento da população docente, a elevada proporção de pessoal não permanente e as lacunas na integração e no desenvolvimento profissional contínuo”, lê-se na ficha de avaliação de Portugal. O relatório salienta também que “o investimento na modernização das […]
27 de Setembro de 2019.

Citizen of the EU

I’m proud and happy to be part of EU. Finland joined the EU in 1995 together with Sweden and Austria. It gives me so many opportunities, one of them, which I’m experiencing right now: the European voluntary service. What can I do to help the EU to survive and grow better? An obvious way is voting. It’s important to vote in your own country’s elections, and in EU elections. Decisions and changes made in one country might lead to other countries making the same kind of changes, in better direction. What I really like about EU, is that the borders are open. It makes travelling easy, and motivates me to travel more and see the world. That’s how EU brings […]
26 de Setembro de 2019.

Médias sobem na segunda fase

Nesta segunda fase, Engenharia e Gestão Industrial da Universidade do Porto foi o curso com a média mais alta: 19,58 valores. Oito cursos registaram na segunda fase uma nota média de entrada no ensino superior acima dos 19 valores, ficando também acima da média mais alta de 18,95 valores de Engenharia Aeroespacial do Instituto Superior Técnico registada na primeira fase. De acordo com os dados oficiais divulgados nesta quinta-feira pelo Ministério da Ciência, Tecnologia e Ensino Superior (MCTES), na segunda fase a média de entrada mais alta pertence ao curso de Engenharia e Gestão Industrial da Universidade do Porto, com uma nota de acesso de 19,58 valores. Seguem-se Engenharia Aeroespacial e Engenharia Física Tecnológica, ambos do Instituto Superior Técnico da […]
25 de Setembro de 2019.

What can I do for the EU?

In these times it is so important to be a part of our society and to participate in the European Union. But what can we do for the European Union? At first, we can vote. All citizens of the European Union have a suffrage and we have to use it. Everyone can complain again about the politic of the EU but you can be an active part of it. And I think that most people in Germany know this. Because the voter turnout was 61,4 % in Germany for the elections to the European Parliament in 2019. And I was surprised that only 10.9% of the German voted for right populists. So, I think we are doing well in Germany. […]
17 de Abril de 2019.

Traditions in my country

The traditions in Liechtenstein are very similar to the rest of Europe. Our Christmas traditions start on the first Sunday of December. We light a candle on that day and spend the day with our family and some people go to church. The following Sunday we light another candle and so on until the fourth Sunday of the month. On the 24th of December, a lot of people go to church and spend the day with family. Most people have a family dinner and also open the presents on Christmas Eve. On Christmas Day a lot of people usually spend the evening/day with the extended family. During the following days, everyone visits other families and friends. Carnival is the biggest […]
15 de Abril de 2019.

Celebrations

How to celebrate Carnival, Easter or Christmas in Germany. In Germany, the carnival season starts already at the 11th of November and ends months later at Ash Wednesday, which means that our season is much longer than in most of the other countries. However, there is a lot to experience during this time and most of the people are crazy about this season of the year. On the 11th of November, different villages and cities present their carnival prince of the season and celebrate the beginning of carnival with performances and music. From the beginning of January, you can visit lots of different carnival events, where dancing groups or well-known carnival bands perform traditional carnival dances and carnival-live-music. Everyone is […]
12 de Abril de 2019.

Jadwiga Andegaweńska

Queen or king of Poland? Actually… both. How is this possible? Just look at the story of old Polish monarch from the 14th century. Jadwiga Andegaweńska known also as Queen Jadwiga or Saint Jadwiga was a third daughter of Louis the Great, King of Hungary and Poland, and Elizabeth of Bosnia. She was born between 1373 and 1374. At this time nobody supposed that she will become the King of Poland, as she was the third child and her father had only two thrones to be filled. However, the oldest sister died and that is why the King decided to give the throne of Poland to Jadwiga, especially when Polish people insisted to have their own King. She was crowned […]
10 de Abril de 2019.

Princess Sisi of Austria

Very popular with the Austrian people. Sisi was born on Christmas Eve in 1837 as the second daughter of Duke Maximilian and Duchess Ludovika in Bavaria, Germany. In 1853 she met her cousin Emperor Franz Joseph, who was going to marry her sister Helene. Franz Joseph of Austria fell in love with Sisi immediately and decided to marry her instead of her sister. They married, when Sisi was 16 years old. The marriage did not work out: Sisi was an independent girl and totally unprepared for the strict protocol at court, an ambitious stepmother and a busy husband who struggled to fight revolutionary and separatist tendencies in the Habsburg Empire. The court society of Vienna was making fun of her, […]
8 de Abril de 2019.

Prazo de candidatura à Bolsa Blandy

O prazo das candidaturas decorre até ao dia 9 de Abril de 2019! Consulta aqui o aviso de prorrogação das candidaturas para atribuição da Bolsa Blandy Educação. Bolsas de Estudo pela sociedade comercial Blandy, SGPS Lda. A sociedade comercial Blandy, SGPS Lda concede um apoio pecuniário aos estudantes do 1.º ciclo de estudos da Universidade da Madeira. Nota prévia: A informação abaixo foi redigida e actualizada na data indicada no topo deste artigo. Pode ser alterada, sem aviso prévio, pela entidade dadora. Que tipo de apoio é? R: É um apoio monetário que assegura o pagamento correspondente ao valor da propina anual do respetivo ciclos de estudo conferentes grau académico. Posso acumular este apoio com outras Bolsas? R. O candidato não pode […]
8 de Abril de 2019.

Maria Theresa

She became Empress of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire. The 13/05/1717 was a day Austrian history will never forget, it was the day the one and only female Empress in the Habsburg dynasty ever was born. Even at the young age of 23, she became Empress of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire. She occupied this position for 40 years. Actually, to clarify, officially her husband Franz Stephan the First was the Emperor, but she actively ruled the empire. Franz Stephan was only in charge of the Austrian finances. Maria Theresa is most known for making education compulsory but also establishing the potato as staple which was a great service for the Austrian society. The “Mrs. Emperor”, as she was called by the Austrians, was […]