313 foreign graduates at the University of Madeira
students with foreign citizenship have graduated from the Universidade da Madeira (UMa). According to the data provided to DIARIO,
most of these former students have diploma courses of the 1st Cycle (79)
or degrees (109) as they were known before the Bologna process. Up next
are the masters (17) or 2nd cycle courses (58) and finally the 3rd
cycle courses (19) and PhDs (4). Above
all, UMa’s investment in partnerships with other universities
(Carnegie Mellon, USA, Donghua, China, and others) over the last years
and the offer of courses taught in English in attractive areas such as
new technologies and other (courses like Master in MSc in Nanomaterials
and Nanochemistry, taught at the Madeira Interactive Technologies
Institute - M-ITI, etc.).
Read the full article at Diário de Notícias da Madeira (August 4, 2014).