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Civil Protection and Land Management

Main organization(s): University of Minho (UMinho)


  • Bachelor (Bologna 1st cycle degree)
  • ECTS: 180
  • Duration: 6 curricular semesters
  • Regime: Daytime
  • Place: Azurém Campus, Guimarães
  • Main Scientific area: Geography

The course of Civil Protection and Land Management (LPCGT) intends to develop a profile of highly competent professionals in the fields of civil protection and land management. The LPCGT aims to offer a unique opportunity for higher education in Portuguese Public Universities for professionals with a solid understanding of the concepts, strategies, tools and systemic vision inherent to the tasks developed in the fields of Civil Protection and risks, in the context of land management.

The LPCGT is committed to the development of a student profile whose ability to solve problems, within their area of training and ability to make their own arguments, will enable them to support the solutions that they propose and the judgments that they make.

The main objectives are the training of students, senior executives, technicians, agents or operational staff, with the necessary knowledge and tools required to perform activities restricted or related to civil protection and land management.

Geographical coverage



António José Bento Gonçalves
Tel: +351 253510560

Last updated

24 Dec 2018

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  • Type University programme
  • Level Bachelor
  • Location(s) Portugal (Guimarães)

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