Education in Portugal
The Portuguese Education System comprises pre-school, elementary school, secondary school, and higher education options such as bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees. All the information you need about Education in Portugal is right here.
of students are from an immigrant background.
Students with foreign nationality in Portuguese schools.
of 25-64 year-olds completed at least secondary education
Average dropout rate among high school seniors. This is the lowest rate in OECD countries
of school leaders believe multiculturality is beneficial to schools
of school principals are women
of teachers report students and teachers get on well with each other
of teachers report that teaching was the first-choice career (which contrasts with the 67% average of OECD)
Due to the high concentration of expats in Lisbon, Porto, and the Algarve, these cities and their surrounding areas are home to some of the finest international schools in the country. Here you can learn about some of the top international schools in Portugal, including those run by the US, British, French, and German governments, and how much they'll cost you.
The admissions requirements for most institutions can be found on the schools' websites, so familiarizing yourself with your top choices is a smart idea. As part of the application process, the majority of institutions have the incoming student meet with the school's director or other members of the faculty and staff for an interview.
A child's education in an international school will cost a significant amount of money. The average monthly cost is 800 Euros and prices in Portugal range from a low of 400 Euros to a high of 2000 Euros per month. In general, tuition increases with grade level, even within the same institution.