Final assessment and the granting of scholarships will be in keeping with the weighting of the elements outlined below:
1. Academic records - 25%;
2. Personal interview - 25%;
3. Mark obtained in the entrance examination - 50%.
The entrance examination lasts two hours and comprises two components:
1. Quantitative component, lasting one hour, composed of a series of multiple choice questions (similar to GMAT but in Portuguese), counting 50% towards the examination’s final mark;
2. A written essay, lasting one hour, on a topic related to economic diplomacy in the context of business internationalization in Portuguese-speaking countries, counting 50% towards the examination’s final mark.