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Universidade Aberta

Portuguese Open University
Universidade Aberta
Logotipo Universidade Aberta.png
Motto Em qualquer lugar do Mundo
Motto in English
In any place of the World
Type Public distance education
Established 1988
Rector Paulo Maria Bastos da Silva Dias
Students 13,170 (2010)[1]
Location Lisbon, Portugal
Website www.univ-ab.pt
Universidade Aberta offers the same degrees and diplomas that other Portuguese universities. Example of Bachelor's degree Diplomas awarded by the University.[2]

Universidade Aberta (UAb) is a public distance education university in Portugal. Established in 1988, UAb offers higher education (Undergraduate, Master and Doctorate degrees) and Lifelong Learning study programs. Since 2008 that all programs are taught in elearning mode, the year that UAb became a European institution of reference in the area of advanced elearning and online learning through the recognition of its exclusive Virtual Pedagogical Model.

In 2010, UAb was awarded the Prize EFQUEL by the European Foundation for Quality in Elearning and certified with the UNIQUe Quality Label for the use of ICT in Higher Education (Universities and Institutes).[citation needed] In the same year, UAb was also qualified by an international panel of independent experts as the reference institution for teaching in elearning system in Portugal.

Within the European levels of excellence framework, the European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM) distinguished UAb with the 1st Level of Excellence Committed to Excellence (C2E) in 2011. In 2016, UAb’s commitment to quality has been recognized again by EFQM that distinguished the University with 4 Stars in the 2nd Level of Excellence Recognized for Excellence (R4E).

The information security of the learning platform of Universidade Aberta has been certified by the Portuguese Association of Certification (APCER) with the ISO/IEC 27001 in 2017.

See also

References

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on June 23, 2009. Retrieved June 21, 2015. 
  2. ^ [portal.uab.pt]

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