The Catholic University of Portugal (UCP) represents:
An academic community that contributes to the defense and development of the human person and their cultural heritage through research, teaching and service. A Portuguese presence in the academic world of Higher Education that features a Christian vision of man, giving a particular contribution to the range of knowledge.
Created in 1978, the undergraduate Law course was the first one to be offered in Porto. It gradually gained national and international prestige, not only because of its teachers and students, but also for its initiatives, and excellent facilities.
Today, the Law graduation course has a wide base, and it allows the students to diverge into several different professional careers. At the same time, the creation of distinct divisions towards the end of the course, guides the student into various specialized branches of judicial science.
Rua Diogo Botelho 1327, 4150 – 268 Porto, Portugal
Phone number: +351 226196200
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org://www.aefducp.pt Faculdade de Direito da Universidade Católica Portuguesa
At Uniplaces we make the process of booking an apartment as easy as possible for both tenant and landlord.
That's why we have our own team of professional photographers that verify our properties and pick our landlords carefully in order to save time on viewings: we think it’s old-fashioned and time-consuming.
You can look at forty different apartments on our platform in the same amount of time that it takes to see a room.
The pictures you see here haven’t been photoshopped, so they’ll be really accurate.
If you’ve still got any doubts, we’ll keep the money that you transfer us until 24h after your move-in date.
If something’s not exactly what you saw online, we’ll help you move somewhere else and return your money.
We can only give you the contact details of your landlord after your booking is accepted. But we can guarantee that Uniplaces chooses the landlords it works with very carefully.
Besides, we’ve had students whose favourite part was living with a local!
Landlords and host families can be great city guides, help you out with translations and even become your friends.
As soon as your booking is accepted, you're given the landlord’s contact details. Then, you can discuss all details directly with them, such as when you’ll be moving-in.
Students move in and out at different times, so your flatmates might change during your stay.
It’s a great opportunity to make new friends!
We personally speak to students who we place in Uniplaces apartments and are sure we will find the right place for you as well!
At the bottom of the property page, you have a calendar where you can see the availability of that room/apartment, according to the landlord.
But if you’re still unsure about that we’re happy to help.
Tell us your move-in and move-out dates and we will double-check if the place is available for you!
There are two different types of deposits: the Holding and Security deposits.
By clicking on “Deposit” at the bottom of the offer page you will get more information about each type of deposit.
In general, the deposit is paid to cover for any potential damages that may occur during your period of stay or will be used as rent compensation in case you leave earlier than originally planned.
If no damages occur and you leave on the agreed move-out date, your deposit should be refunded by the landlord in a way you both agree on.