Catholic University of Portugal

Palma de Cima, Lisboa, Portugal

Catholic University of Portugal

More about Catholic University of Portugal

The Catholic University of Portugal (UCP) is a research and teaching university, strongly committed to community development and knowledge transfer. It is a public, non-state funded university and a full member of the Portuguese Rector’s Council. UCP promotes a humanist knowledge model in the Christian tradition across several areas, ranging from the life sciences and biotechnology to the humanities, law, the social sciences and business and economics. UCP boasts among its alumni a Nobel Peace laureate, several of the top CEO’s in the world and recognised leaders in politics, law, economics and the arts. It is the founding institution of the University of Saint Joseph in Macao and it was involved in setting up the Catholic University of Angola.

Key statistics

  • 10,400
    Number of Students
  • 8.9
    Student to Staff Ratio
  • 12%
    Percentage of International Students
  • 59 : 41
    Student Ratio of Females to Males
Collected during World University Rankings on 28th Sep 2016

Subjects offered at Catholic University of Portugal

Where we are


Palma de Cima