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Universities award first degrees, master’s degrees and doctorates. Polytechnic institutions award first degrees and master’s degrees. Higher education policy priorities were defined as:
In February 2007, a new policy for initial teacher education was defined in order to make a greater contribution to improving teacher performance and also to meet the education and training challenges that teachers face nowadays. To that end, this policy definition firmly places teacher-education courses within the parameters of the Bologna Process.
Within the context of the Bologna Process, from 2007/2008 onward, a person will only be allowed to teach after acquiring a Master’s professional qualification from the 2nd cycle of higher education…
Higher education qualification: a common qualification for all teachers
MARIA ULRICH – A woman, a citizen of the world, a great pioneer for Education.
The School always strove to provide human values, proposing a live project…To educate… But where to start? Indisputably, from the very beginning – the children!
An original spirit (…) made up of exchange, simplicity and dynamics is alive in our educational process.
(Maria Ulrich, 1973)
ESEI Maria Ulrich was thus a consequence of such beliefs, created on November the 8th, 1954, in Lisbon, and is named after her. The college’s curriculum has been created in order to train pre-school and elementary teachers to work with children between 0/12 years:
Jardim da Estrela (1871) is one of the loveliest in the city and a favorite for families. There are exotic trees in this pleasant park, a public library, a small duck-dotted lake, various sculptures, a children’s playground, and an attractive café to rest…
Across the street is Basilica da Estrela, a vast neoclassical monument. Built in the second half of the 18th century to fulfill a vow by Queen Maria I after she gave birth to a son and heir, it has a huge rococo dome and a façade with twin bell towers decorated with an array of statues of saints and allegorical figures.
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Address: Rua do Jardim à Estrela, nº 16
Postal-code: 1350-184 Lisboa
Phone: +351 21 392 95 60
Fax: +351 21 392 95 69
Bus: 738, 720, 727, 709
Tram: E 28, E 25
Metro stop: Rato (nearest station – yellow Line)
ESEI Maria Ulrich prepares a work programme based on the pre-established LA for incoming participants: tutoring time about their educational practice and face to face work between ESEI’s tutor and kindergartens; integration in a class where several host students assist them during the mobility and a group of teachers is responsible for their tutoring period. All students are invited to join an institutional event each time a celebration occurs (Integration week on September; Christmas celebration; Easter outdoor activities and others).
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Academic recognition of Erasmus mobility
The academic recognition of Erasmus+ mobility period is based on the system ECTS – European Credit Transfer (European Credit Transfer System) – by the responsibility of the Commission of Accreditations and the President of CTC (Scientific Technical Council) of Maria Ulrich College of Education.
This Transcript of Records (document certifying the fulfillment or not of the study plan) only will be performed after the delivery of all documents necessary for its implementation: