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Creativity and Business Innovation at ISCAP
Mariana G
Portugal, Graduate
Business Studies, 2020
The degree in JOINT PROGRAM in Creativity and Business Innovation integrates several areas of knowledge that, as a whole, provide the knowledge and skills necessary for the development of professional activities in different human, organizational and social contexts. Its objectives include: Developing and implementing creative ideas that ensure continuous personal development and the preparation / launch of new business initiatives; Create and implement business ideas and solutions within the new product research and development department; Development of new business models in national and international companies, based on the application of creativity and innovation techniques; Analyze, evaluate and apply new models and techniques of innovation to operations and organizational processes; Understand, combine and develop new knowledge in the social, human and scientific field.
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Very different from traditional courses.
It's recent so there is not an enough feedback yet.
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Instituto PolitÚcnico do Porto
Ines P
Portugal, Graduate
Accountancy, 2021
Instituto PolitÚcnico do Porto (Polytechnic Institute of Porto) is a non-profit public higher-education institution located in the urban setting of the medium city of Porto. It offers courses and programs leading to officially recognized higher education degrees such as bachelor degrees, master degrees in several areas of study. This  higher-education institution has a selective admission policy based on students' past academic record and grades. The admission rate range is 50-60% making this Portuguese higher education organization a averagely selective institution.  P.PORTO also provides several academic and non-academic facilities and services to students including a library, housing, sports facilities, financial aids and/or scholarships, study abroad and exchange programs, as well as administrative services.
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Quality of Education; Several non-academic facilities
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Enriching experience
vijayendra m
Portugal, Graduate
Engineering, Mechanical, 2018
Studying at ISEP which is the engineering faculty of IPP, my experience here for my Masters degree has been a fascinating experience. The courses are well updated and students get a good exposure. While academically its taken care of, IPP also provides opportunities to students to develop their soft skills which helps in personal development.
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Good academics.
Should welcome more international students.
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Intercultural Studies Applied for Business
Larissa L
Portugal, Graduate
Business Studies, 2021
In this master's degree, we studied culture and its application in business environments and the importance of culture in entrepreneurship and in international markets. It was good to learn more about culture from different countries, the importance of organizational culture in companies, and how to use culture to develop business and use it in your favor when working or closing deals with people from different cultural backgrounds. 
We studied also how cultural diversity helps to boost creativity and entrepreneurship.
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the majority of teachers were really good.
it is completly focused on Europe, and I believe to be more intercultural it should also focus on other cultures as well.
Jobs & internships
Eindhoven, Netherlands
Internship, Administrative, English
Porto, Portugal
Internship, Environment, Portuguese
Lisbon, Portugal
Culture, Spanish, English, Portuguese
Business, Consumer Electronics
The Instituto PolitÚcnico do Porto (Polytechnic Institute of Porto), also referred to as PolitÚcnico do Porto (Porto Polytechnic) and P.PORTO (since 2016, for naming and branding purposes), is a higher learning Portuguese institution composed of diverse polytechnic schools based in Porto. The Porto Polytechnic developed as a metropolitan institution with schools in Porto, Matosinhos, Pˇvoa de Varzim, Vila do Conde and Felgueiras. Porto Polytechnic was created in Porto in 1985 and its objective was to relaunch the polytechnic studies in Portugal. The Polytechnic started with two schools: the School of Education and the School of Music. In 1988, the ISCAP (Institute of Accountancy and Administration) and one year later the ISEP (Institute of Engineering), two schools founded in the 19th century were integrated. Today, it is the largest polytechnic institute of Portugal,[1] with seven schools and 15,729[2] students enrolled for the 2007-2008 school-year. The Porto Polytechnic is organized as a confederation of polytechnic schools. In the school year of 2003/2004 the Polytechnic had 15,000 students, a third of them in its major college, the ISEP. It also had about 1000 teachers. 7000 students competed to enter in that year and 2000 entered. P.PORTO rank fourth among first-choice higher education institutions, and fifth in number of students.
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Other names: Polytechnic Institute Of Porto
Homepage: www.ipp.pt
Phone: +351 2 557 10 09
Address: Rua Dr. Roberto Frias, 4200 Porto, Portugal
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