The Advanced Training Course has a variable format: it may be composed as a course possessing a curricular component, as a set of integrated class courses that are a part of IGOT’s postgraduate studies, via participation in research projects or internships recognised by IGOT’s Scientific Committee, or through the carrying out of a supervised work plan.
|1st Semester||Credits||2nd Semester||Credits|
|Research Methodologies in Geography Seminar||10||Post-graduate Seminar * I||10 or 15|
|Post-graduate Seminar I *||10 or 15||Research Seminar II||5 or 10|
|Research Seminar II||5, 10 or 15||Portfolio**||10|
Research Methodologies Seminar
Students can choose from the various seminars existent in IGOT’s Master’s Degree programmes: Physical Geography and Spatial Planning | Spatial Planning and Urbanism | Population, Society and Territory | European Policy: Development and Socio-territorial Cohesion | Geographic Information Systems and Spatial Modulation as Applied to Planning | Geography Education | Tourism and Communication. The seminar programmes of these Master degrees can be found at: http://www.igot.ulisboa.pt/ensino/
Geography Research Seminars I
The organisation of a portfolio is mandatory and is equivalent to 10 ECTS. The portfolio may include diverse activities, among which the following are highlighted: participation in national and international workshops, seminars and conferences, with the presentation of a research paper being particularly valued; publishing research reports, book chapters and articles in scientific journals; and the carrying out of supervised fieldwork.
|3rd Semester||Credits||4th Semester||Credits|
|5th Semestre||Credits||6th Semester||Credits|
|Thesis elaboration||30||Thesis elaboration||30|