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This information is for general guidance only; entry requirements vary for different courses. For more specific details, please visit the relevant course web page or contact the admissions office for your chosen subject area.
Undergraduate entry requirements
To be considered for a place on one of our undergraduate (bachelors) degrees, you will need:
|UK A levels with grades from BBB to A*AA|
|International Baccalaureate (IB) with grades from 30 to 38|
|Certificado de fim de Estudos Secundarios with a minimum grade of 17 - 18|
Postgraduate entry requirements
|Masters programmes||Diploma de Estudos Superiores Especializados / Licenciado with a minimum grade of 16 / Bom con distincao - equivalent to a UK 2:1|
|PhD programmes||Good grades in bachelors and masters degrees awarded by a recognised university, and a strong research proposal|
English language entry requirements
You will need to be able to demonstrate the required level of English language proficiency. Find out more about our English language requirements and support.
We are pleased to welcome students from Portugal to the University each year. During 2013/14, there were 34 Portuguese students studying with us. We also welcomed nine incoming Erasmus students from our Portuguese partner institutions.
Student-run clubs and societies
Getting involved in clubs and societies is a great way to meet other students from your country and from around the world. There are many societies run by the University's Students' Union (SUSU) for different interests, religions, sports and academic groups.
Visit the University of Southampton Students' Union (SUSU) website for more information about clubs and societies.The Portuguese student community
We welcomed 34 students from your country in 2013/14.
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Useful downloadsUCAS guides in your language
Visit the UCAS website to download a translated guide to studying in the UK