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9 de Agosto de 2019.

Mais candidatos que vagas no ES

É a segunda vez em dez anos que a procura supera a oferta de vagas. Apresentaram-se à 1.ª fase do concurso nacional de acesso 51.291 estudantes, o que representa um aumento de 3,4% face ao ano passado. Haverá estudantes a ficar de fora quando em Setembro forem conhecidas as colocações no ensino superior público. O número de candidatos à 1.ª fase do concurso nacional de acesso, que encerrou à meia-noite desta quarta-feira, supera o total de vagas disponibilizadas palas instituições. São 51.291 alunos a lutar por 50.860 lugares. O total de candidatos divulgado pela Direcção-Geral do Ensino Superior nesta madrugada representa um aumento de 3,4% em relação ao ano passado — quando se tinham candidatado 49.625 estudantes. Este aumento “representa […]
9 de Agosto de 2019.

Van Gogh

Vincent van Gogh is known as one of the most famous painters of the Netherlands. Some of his most famous painting are The Potato Eaters, The Yellow House, Sunflowers, Café Terrace at Night and Starry Night. He was born the 30th of March in 1853 in a place called Zundert in the Dutch province Brabant. Also, he had three sisters and two brothers, one of them called Theo became very important in his life. At the age of 16 Vincent decided to work in The Hague for a French art company named Goupil & Cie. Then he also began writing letters to his brother Theo until the end of his life. In the winter of 1888 Vincent travelled to France, […]
8 de Agosto de 2019.

Mais estudantes estrangeiros no ES

Procura está a crescer 36% face ao ano passado. Já são cerca de 50 mil os inscritos nas universidades e politécnicos que são de fora do país. Não é só a procura dos alunos nacionais no ensino superior que está em alta. Também o número de estrangeiros que querem estudar nas instituições nacionais no próximo ano lectivo está a crescer. Em relação ao mesmo período do ano passado, o total de candidatos internacionais aumentou 36%, revelam dados oficiais. As colocações desses estudantes só terminam em Outubro. De acordos com dados que foram divulgados esta quarta-feira pelo Ministério da Ciência, Tecnologia e Ensino Superior (MCTES), o número de candidaturas de estudantes internacionais que já foram validadas pelas instituições de ensino superior […]
7 de Agosto de 2019.

Beksinski (1929-2005)

“I wish to paint in such a manner as if I were photographing dreams” – Zdzislaw Beksinski Beksinski was a Polish painter, photographer and sculptor. He studied architecture in Kraków and had no formal training as an artist. He specializes in the field of magic realism and dystopian surrealism. He painted in a baroque and a gothic manner with his trademark precision. The first period of his work incorporates expressionistic colors with a strong style of utopian realism and a surreal architecture. The second period presents more abstract style. An exhibition in Warsaw in 1964 was his first major success – all the paintings were sold. Soon he became a leading figure in the contemporary Polish art. From the late […]
6 de Agosto de 2019.

Corte no valor das bolsas de estudo

Valor dos apoios será equivalente ao recebido pelos alunos de licenciatura a partir do próximo ano lectivo. Os estudantes do ensino superior com deficiência que frequentam mestrado ou doutoramento vão ter cortes nas bolsas de estudo no próximo ano lectivo e passam a receber o mesmo valor das licenciaturas, denunciou hoje a Federação Académica do Porto. “Até ao ano passado [2018], independentemente do ciclo de estudos que frequentassem, os estudantes com incapacidade igual ou até 60% recebiam uma bolsa de estudo pelo menos equivalente ao valor da sua propina, independentemente do ciclo de estudos que estivessem a frequentar, ou seja, licenciatura, mestrado ou doutoramento”, mas com a nova lei vão receber o apenas 872 euros, o valor da propina máxima […]
5 de Agosto de 2019.

Agustín Ibarrola Goikoetxea

Agustín Ibarrola Goikoetxea is a basque painter and sculptor. He began his relationship with painting in a self-taught way (at age 16 he made his first exhibition) and in 1948 the Council of Biscay granted him a scholarship, so he could move to Madrid to continue his studies in the workshop of Daniel Vázquez Díaz, until 1955. With him he made his first steps into Cubism. In 1950 he met another artist who had great influence on his production and his artistic mentality, the Basque sculptor Jorge Oteiza; with him he was introduced to the division and analysis of the space characteristic from constructivism. He also learned from Oteiza the mentality of joint artistic creation, where numerous artists and different […]
5 de Agosto de 2019.

5 portugueses em missão europeia

Os especialistas ajudarão a defenir as missões de investigação nas áreas da adaptação às alterações climáticas, oceanos, cancro, cidades inteligentes e saúde dos solos e alimentação. Cinco portugueses foram seleccionados pela Comissão Europeia para integrar o comité responsável por definir as missões de investigação e desenvolvimento, no âmbito do programa Horizonte Europa, informou o Ministério da Ciência, Tecnologia e Ensino Superior. Os seleccionados são Helena Freitas (bióloga da Universidade de Coimbra), Pedro Pita Barros (docente de Economia da Universidade Nova de Lisboa), Tiago Pitta e Cunha (presidente executivo da Fundação Oceano Azul), Paulo Ferrão (docente do Instituto Superior Técnico e ex-presidente da Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia) e Teresa Pinto Correia (docente da Universidade de Évora), que vão […]
2 de Agosto de 2019.

Friedensreich Hundertwasser

If you have already visited Vienna, I’m sure you have seen some colorful buildings in weird shapes.   All these art works were done by one of my favourite Austrian painters: Friedensreich Hundertwasser Regentag Dunkelbunt. His name tells us already a lot about him, it’s maybe even more exotic than his style of art. He was born as Friedrich Stowasser but changed it in 1949 and added some words. “Hundertwasser” is because of a Slavic word, “Regentag” means rainy day and “Dunkelbunt” a colorful dark. Hundertwasser was born on the 15 of December 1928 in Vienna and he spent the first period of his life there. During 1943, about 69 of his Jewish relations – on the side of his […]
2 de Agosto de 2019.

A nossa galáxia não é plana

Todas as noites, um grupo de cientistas polacos monitoriza a luminosidade de milhares de milhões de estrelas da Via Láctea. Há umas especiais: chamam-se cefeidas, são as mais brilhantes e ajudam no cálculo de distâncias — ao estudar mais de 2400 delas, os cientistas perceberam que a nossa galáxia não é tão plana como se pensava. Afinal, a nossa galáxia não tem a forma de um disco plano, mas sim de um disco com as pontas “distorcidas” numa espécie de “S” deitado. É esta a conclusão de um estudo feito por um conjunto de cientistas polacos publicado nesta sexta-feira na revista científica Science e que corresponde ao mapa 3D da Via Láctea com mais detalhe e precisão feito até hoje. […]
31 de Julho de 2019.

Francis Bacon

Francis Bacon in my opinion is one of the greatest painters ever to put brush to canvas. His work would completely shock, scare and amaze those who would gaze upon it. His work would be etched upon the British consciousness after the Second World War. Coming out of the horrific and devastating war, Bacon’s paintings would reflect not only his consciousness but he would tap into the dark and unnerving subconscious of the people. He was an Englishman who was brought up in Ireland during in his formative years. His childhood was a very tough and harrowing one,  he suffered from severe asthma and that meant he was a recluse and very shy. Additionally, growing up with a strict protestant […]
3 de Abril de 2019.

Wladyslaw III of Poland

According to a Portuguese legend, the Polish king didn’t die in Varna but he settled in Madeira. Wladyslaw Warnenczyk was King of Poland, Hungary, and Croatia until his death at the age of 20, at the Battle of Varna in 1444. He was the first-born son of Wladyslaw Jagiello who was the founder of the Jagiellonian dynasty. The battle of Varna was a decisive Ottoman victory over the crusader alliance, led by Wladyslaw Warnenczyk and John Hunyadi-voivode of Transylvania, a leading Hungarian military and political figure. The young king was killed while personally leading his own 500-strong royal Polish heavy cavalry company to directly attack the Sultan who was protected by the guard cavalry and formidable Janissary infantry. The Janissaries […]
1 de Abril de 2019.

The golden age of Poland

Zygmunt moved Poland’s capital from Cracow to Warsaw “The Golden Age of Poland” occurred during the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, formally, the Crown of the Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, the largest and most populous countries in Europe at that time. In its largest territorial extent, the Commonwealth covered almost 1 million square km and sustained a multi-ethnic population of 11 million. Religious freedom was guaranteed by the Warsaw Confederation in 1537, which made the country one of the most tolerant. Another interesting fact is that between 1573–1795, kings to the Polish throne were selected in so-called “free elections”, disrespecting the rule of dynastic succession. The first free election took place after the last monarch of Jagiellonian dynasty died […]
29 de Março de 2019.

Henry II of France

The twenty-fifth Capetian King of France and the son of Francis I. He is the perfect representative of the figure of a French Renaissance monarch. Indeed, under his reign (from 1547 to 1559), a lot of great writers had the opportunity to enrich the classical literature of the country. We can think for example at Montaigne, Ronsard, Du Bellay and many more. It is also at that time that the new creative and artistic movement of La Pleiade emerged. When Henry was very young, he was made the prisoner of Emperor Charles Quint, being exchanged for his father’s freedom. He is released four years later. At the age of fourteen, he is married to Catherine of Medicis with who he […]
27 de Março de 2019.

King Louis IX – Saint-Louis

He had such a strong impact on the following kings. The article this month is about a King or a Queen of my country. France with a long, and complicated history had a lot of kings, some of them are more famous than the others, such as Louis XIV for example. But today I’m not going to speak to you about the “Roi-Soleil”. Let me introduce one of the most important kings, but also a quite unknown King of France: Louis IX aka Saint-Louis. Saint-Louis is the 44th King of France, from the Capétien family, his father is Louis VIII The Lion and his mother Blanche of Castille. He became king at the age of 12, but too young to […]
25 de Março de 2019.

Casimir III the Great

The King of Poland from 1333 to 1370. He was the last Polish king from the Piast dynasty, born on 30 April 1310 in Kowal, died on 5 November 1370 in Kraków. He was the youngest, third son of King Wladyslaw I (“the Elbow-high”) and Duchess Jadwiga of Kalisz. When Casimir attained the throne in 1333, his position was in danger, as his neighbors did not recognize his title. The Polish kingdom was depopulated and exhausted by the war, and the economy was ruined. Thanks to Casimir the kingdom became prosperous and wealthy, with great prospects for the future. He waged many victorious wars and doubled the size of the kingdom, mostly through the addition of lands in modern-day Ukraine. […]
22 de Março de 2019.

Charles II

His reign is one of great interest to many historians Charles II may not be one of the greatest military masterminds or a sly and cunning political figure, but he is one of the most exuberant, flamboyant, and promiscuous kings that England possessed. Known as the ‘merry monarch’ and a licentious playboy, his reign is one of great interest to many historians. His philandering became popular due to his liaisons with his Cockney mistress, Nell Gwyn. Before Charles was restored to the throne in 1660, after the Commonwealth years under “boring” Oliver Cromwell, Charles had to find a wife. Various German Princesses were offered for examination, but Charles would usually dismiss them as “dull and foggy”. Charles had a relationship […]