HOW TO BECOME A SUCCESSFUL ERASMUS STUDENT AT THE DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS

Escola de Economia e Gestão
ERASMUS PROGRAMME 2011-2012
HOW TO BECOME A SUCCESSFUL
ERASMUS STUDENT AT THE
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS
SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT
UNIVERSITY OF MINHO
BRAGA, PORTUGAL
Contents
Foreword
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How to complete your Learning Agreement
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Total Number of ECTS
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Unit Courses Available
4
Degree Programmes
4
Unit Courses taught in English
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How to proceed after your arrival at the Economics Department
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Arrival
12
Steps to follow
13
How to find important information on University of Minho’s website
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University of Minho and EEG website
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E-learning
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International Relations Office
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Dear Erasmus Student
Thank you for choosing the University of Minho for your Erasmus Learning experience. We
look forward to hosting you at our Department and we hope that you enjoy your stay in Braga.
With this guide, we intend to: (i) help you fill in your Learning Agreement (LA), and (ii) give
you important information regarding your arrival, settling in, and successful stay at the School
of Economics and Management (Escola de Economia e Gestão - EEG) of University of Minho.
If you still experience any difficulties while preparing your Learning Agreement, you may
contact Dra. Estela Vieira: [email protected]
Best Wishes,
Prof. Ana Paula Faria ([email protected])
Prof. Maria João Thompsom ([email protected])
Academic Coordinators ERASMUS PROGRAMME
Braga, 12th April 2011.
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How to complete your Learning Agreement
Total Number of ECTS
Rules are that if you are staying one semester you must do a minimum of 22,5 ECTS
and a maximum of 35 ECTS. If you are coming for two semesters you must do a
minimum of 45 ECTS and maximum of 65 ECTS. These numbers include the
Portuguese Language course offered by the International Office.
Period of Erasmus Studies
Required Total Number of ECTS
1 Semester
1 Year
22,5 ≤ Total ECTS ≤ 35
45 ≤ Total ECTS ≤ 65
Unit Courses Available
At the School of Economics and Management (EEG), you can choose unit courses
(UCs):
o in economics, that are offered in the Economics Degree;
o
in economics, that are offered in other degrees at the EEG (for instance in the
International Business Degree);
o
in other areas than economics (for instance in management) that are offered in
the Economics Degree;
o
in other areas than economics (for instance in management) that are offered in
other degrees (for instance in the International Business Degree).
As a rule, you should do at least 50% of UCs in the economics area.
Degree Programmes
The Undergraduate Degree Programmes that are available at the EEG are:
Undergraduate Degree Programmes
(In English)
(In Portuguese)
Accounting
Contabilidade
International Business
Negócios Internacionais
International Relations
Relações Internacionais
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Undergraduate Degree Programmes
Economics
Economia
Management
Gestão
Marketing
Marketing
Political Science
Ciência Política
Public Administration
Administração Pública
Below is the list of all unit courses in the Economics Degree Programme, whose
contents can be found in:
http://www.eeg.uminho.pt/ModuleLeft.aspx?mdl=~/Modules/ECTS/PortalModules/Pla
ns.ascx&c=23&mid=1616&lang=en-US&pageid=861&tabid=12
Economics Degree Programme
Unit Course (UC)
(In English)
Semester
UC
Code
ECTS
Taught in
EnglishA
(In Portuguese)
1st Year
Economics and SocietyE
Economia e
SociedadeE
1
2301O4
11
Mathematical
Economics IE
Economia Matemática
IE
1
2301O1
6.5
Mathematical
Economics IIE
Economia Matemática
IIE
1
2301O2
6.5
Microeconomia I E
1
2301O3
6
Economia DinâmicaE
2
2302N9
6.5
Microeconomics IE
Economic Dynamics
E
Economic HistoryE
História EconómicaE
2
2302O4
5
E
Macroeconomia IE
2
2302O3
6
Microeconomics IIE
Microeconomia IIE
2
2302O2
6
Techniques for
Economic AnalysisE
Técnicas de Apoio à
EconomiaE
2
2302O1
6.5
International Trade IE
Comércio Internacional
IE
1
2303O2
6
General Accounting I
Contabilidade Geral I
1
2303N9
6
Macroeconomics I
2nd Year
Econometrics I
E
1
2303N7
6
Macroeconomics IIE
Macroeconomia IIE
1
2303N8
6
E
E
Microeconomics III
Econometria I
E
1
2303O1
6
Econometrics IIE
Econometria IIE
2
2304N8
6
X
Economics and Public
FinanceE
Economia e Finanças
PúblicasE
2
2304O1
6
X
Industrial EconomicsE
Economia IndustrialE
2
2304N4
6
X
International Monetary
EconomicsE
Economia Monetária
InternacionalE
2
2304N9
6
X
2
2304N7
6
X
1
2308N3
6
Macroeconomics III
E
Microeconomia III
Macroeconomia III
E
3rd Year
History of Economic
Thought
História do Pensamento
EconómicoE
5
Economics Degree Programme
Unit Course (UC)
Semester
UC
Code
ECTS
Economic RegulationE
Regulação EconómicaE
1
2306S9
6
Banking and Financial
EconomicsE
Economia Bancária e
FinanceiraE
1
2307R5
6
Regional EconomicsE
Economia RegionalE
1
2305T3
6
Environmental
EconomicsE
Economia do AmbienteE
1
2303P1
6
Insurance and
Actuarial Mathematics
Seguros e Cálculo
Actuarial
1
2305R4
6
Corporate Finance I
Finanças Empresariais I
1
2306T3
6
Financial Analysis and
Planning
Análise e Planeamento
Financeiro
1
2305T7
6
Marketing Research
Pesquisa de Marketing
1
2306T9
6
Fiscal Law
Direito Fiscal
1
2305T9
6
Analytical
Accounting I
Contabilidade Analitica I
1
2305T8
6
Economic English B1
Inglês Económico B1
1
2305U1
6
Portuguese and
European EconomyE
Economia Portuguesa e
EuropeiaE
2
2305R8
6
Economic PolicyE
Política EconómicaE
2
2306U7
6
Labour Economics
Economia do TrabalhoE
2
2305U6
6
World Economy and
DevelopmentE
Economia Mundial e do
DesenvolvimentoE
2
2306U1
6
Economics of
InnovationE
Economia da InovaçãoE
2
2306T7
6
Economics of the
FirmE
Economia da EmpresaE
2
2306R5
6
Corporate Finance II
Finanças Empresariais II
2
2305S9
6
Auditing
Auditoria
2
2306P9
6
Financial Investments
Investimentos
Financeiros
2
2306T1
6
Human Resources
Management
Gestão de Recursos
Humanos
2
2306T2
6
Taxes
Fiscalidade
2
2304P2
6
General Accounting II
Contabilidade Geral II
2
2305S7
6
Management
Operational Research
Investigação
Operacional para a
Gestão
2
2306T8
6
Logistics
Logística
2
2306V2
6
Economic English B2
Inglês Económico B2
2
2306V3
6
E
Taught in
EnglishA
X
X
X
X
X
(E) UCs of the Economics Area of Studies
Below is the list of all unit courses in the International Business Degree Programme,
whose contents can be found in:
http://www.eeg.uminho.pt/ModuleLeft.aspx?mdl=~/Modules/ECTS/PortalModules/Pla
ns.ascx&c=32&mid=1619&lang=en-US&pageid=319&tabid=12
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International Business Degree Programme
Unit Course (UC)
(In English)
Semester
UC Code
ECTS
Taught in
EnglishA
(In Portuguese)
1st Year
Analysis of
International Relations
Análise das Relações
Internacionais
1
F901N1
6
Business Contracts
Contratos Comerciais
1
F901N4
6
Introduction to
MicroeconomicsE
Introdução à
MicroeconomiaE
1
F901N2
6
Foreign Language I
Língua Estrangeira I
1
F901N5
6
Quantitative
Methods IE
Métodos Quantitativos IE
1
F901N3
6
Corporate Finance I
Finanças Empresariais I
2
F902N1
6
Introduction to
MacroeconomicsE
Introdução à
MacroeconomiaE
2
F902N3
6
Introduction to
Marketing
Introdução ao Marketing
2
F902N2
6
Foreign Language II
Língua Estrangeira II
2
F902N5
6
Quantitative
Methods IIE
Métodos Quantitativos IIE
2
F902N4
6
Contabilidade Financeira
1
F903N2
6
1
F903N4
6
X
International Monetary Economia Monetária
EconomicsE
InternacionalE
1
F903N3
6
X
Production and
Operations
Management
Gestão da Produção e
Operações
1
F903N1
6
Foreign Language III
Língua Estrangeira III
1
F903N5
6
Organizational
Behaviour
Comportamento
Organizacional
2
F904N2
6
Evolution of
Management Thinking
and Theory
Evolução do Pensamento e
Teorias da Gestão
2
F904N4
6
Financial Investments
Investimentos Financeiros
2
F904N1
6
Foreign Language IV
Língua Estrangeira IV
2
F904N5
6
X
Industrial
OrganizationE
Organização IndustrialE
2
F903N2
6
X
International TradeE
Comércio InternacionalE
1
3205P3
6
X
Multidisciplinary
Project: Innovation, IP
and Technology
Diffusion and
TransferE
Proj. Multidisciplinar:
Inovação e Propriedade
Intelectual e Transf.
TecnologiaE
1
3205Q5
6
X
Multidisciplinary
Project: Law,
Negotiation and Oral
and written expression
Proj. Multidisciplinar:
Direito
Internacional;Expressão
Oral e Escrita; Negociação
1
3205Q7
6
X
X
X
2nd Year
Financial Accouting
E
Econometrics
E
Econometria
X
3rd Year
7
International Business Degree Programme
Unit Course (UC)
Semester
UC Code
ECTS
Taught in
EnglishA
X
Multidisciplinary
Project: Multinational
Firm EconomicsE
Proj. Multidisciplinar:
Economia da Empresa
MultinacionalE
1
3205Q4
6
Multidisciplinary
Project: International
Strategic Management
Proj. Multidisciplinar:
Gestão Estratégica
Internacional
1
3205Q6
6
International Business
Political EconomyE
Economia Política dos
Negócios InternacionaisE
2
3206O6
6
Free Option
Opção Livre
2
3206O7
5
Multidisciplinary
Project: Costs
Accounting
Proj. Multidisciplinar:
Contabilidade de Custos
2
3206Q4
5
Multidisciplinary
Proj. Multidisciplinar:
Project: International
Gestão Financeira
Financial Management Internacional
2
3206Q2
5
Multidisciplinary
Project: International
Human Resource
Management
Proj. Multidisciplinar:
Gestão Internacional de
Recursos Humanos
2
3206Q1
5
Multidisciplinary
Project: International
Marketing
Proj. Multidisciplinar:
Marketing Internacional
2
3206Q3
5
X
(E) UCs of the Economics Area of Studies
If you want to look at UCs in other Degree Programmes, please search on the following
links:
Undergraduate degrees:
http://www.eeg.uminho.pt/Default.aspx?tabindex=2&tabid=12&pageid=36&lang=enUS
Graduate degrees:
www.eeg.uminho.pt/Default.aspx?tabindex=3&tabid=13&pageid=37&lang=en-US
UCs taught in English
Several UCs are taught in English. They are signalized in the study programmes above,
and shown in the table below. If you select UCs that are not taught in English, you must
ask each lecturer, at the beginning of the term, about the evaluation methodology for
Erasmus students in the respective UC.
Please bear in mind that teachers are not obliged to offer a different evaluation
methodology for Erasmus students. As such, if you are not willing to attend classes
taught in Portuguese you should choose those UCs that are taught in English.
Below are the contents of the unit courses in economics taught in English:
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Contents of Unit Courses Taught in English
Economics Degree Programme
Econometrics II
E
Econometria IIE
Course outline:
Linear regression models: estimation and inference. Forecasting. Dummy variables. Relaxing
assumptions of the classical model. Simltaneous-equation models. Binary choice models.
Main reading:
Wooldridge JM (2009), Introductory Econometrics: A Modern Approach, 3rd Edition Thomson - South
Western Publishing.
Gujarati DN and Porter DC (2009), Basic Econometrics, 5th Edition, McGraw-Hill Publishing.
Economics and Public FinanceE
Economia e Finanças PúblicasE
Course outline:
Introduction to study of Public Economics and Public Finance. The economic rationale for government.
Public choice theory of government intervention. Public expenditures. Public revenues. The Portuguese
National Budget. Fiscal policy and the European Union.
Main reading:
Pereira, P. T.; Afonso, A.; Arcanjo, M.; Santos, J.C.G. (2007), Economia e Finanças Públicas, 2ª edição,
Escolar Editora, Lisboa.Stiglitz, Joseph (2000), Economics of the Public Sector, 3ª ed., W. W. Norton &
Company, New York.
Industrial EconomicsE
Economia IndustrialE
Course outline:
Introduction. Oligopoly. Merger and collusion. Entry. Advertising. Quality and vertical differentiation.
Bundling and tying. Price discrimination.
Main reading:
Shy, O. (1995). Industrial Organization: Theory and Applications. MIT Press.
International Monetary EconomicsE
Economia Monetária InternacionalE
Course outline:
National income accounting and the Balance of Payments. Exchange rates, interest rates, and prices.
Determination of output in an open economy. Currency crises and speculative attacks. The International
Monetary System. Optimum currency areas and the European integration. The global capital market.
Developing countries.
Main reading:
Krugman, Paul and Maurice Obstfeld (2009), International Economics: Theory and Policy, 8th edition,
Pearson Education, Addison-Wesley, Boston, MA.
Macroeconomics IIIE
Macroeconomia IIIE
Course outline:
Introduction. Robert Solow’s [1956] neoclassical model. The AK model. Paul Romer’s [1990]
endogenous growth model. Robert Lucas’ [1988] endogenous growth model. Discussion. Empirical
Applications of Solow’s Model. Empirical Evaluation.
Main reading:
Barro and Sala-I-Martin. 2004. Economic Growth. McGraw-Hill.
Main reading:
Blanchard, Olivier Jean (2006), Macroeconomics, 4th edition, Prentice Hall.
Drazen, Allen (2000). Political Economy in Macroeconomics. Princeton University Press.
Labour EconomicsE
Economia do TrabalhoE
Course outline:
Introduction. Labour supply. Labour demand. Labour market equilibrium. Human capital. The wage
structure. Labour market discrimination. Labour unions. Incentive pay. Unemployment.
Main reading:
Borjas, George J. (2007), Labor Economics, 4ª Ed. New York: McGraw-Hill.
Ehrenberg, Ronald G. e Robert S. Smith (2008), Modern Labor Economics: theory and public policy, 10ª
Ed. New York: Addison Wesley.
Economics of InnovationE
Economia da InovaçãoE
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Contents of Unit Courses Taught in English
Economics Degree Programme
Course outline:
Introduction. Innovation concepts and models. Technology markets. Innovation strategies. Technology
diffusion. Science and Technology public policies.
Main reading:
Fagerberg, J., Mowery, D., and Nelson, R. (eds.) (2005), The Oxford Handbook of Innovation, Oxford:
Oxford University Press.
Link, Albert N. (2008), The Economic Theory of Invention and Innovation, The International Library of
Critical Writings in Economics Series Vol. 215, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
Stoneman, P. (1994), Handbook of Economics of Innovation, London: Blackwell.
Corporate Finance II
Finanças Empresariais II
Course outline:
Risk, cost of capital and capital budgeting. Corporate financing decisions and efficient capital markets.
Capital structure. Valuation. Dividend policy.
Main reading:
Ross, Stephen A., Westerfield, Randolph W. and Jaffe, Jeffrey (2005), Corporate Finance, McGraw-Hill,
7th edn.
International Business Degree Programme
Corporate Finance I
Finanças Empresariais I
Course outline:
Introduction to corporate finance. Accounting Statements and cash flow. Net present value. Some
alternative investment rules. Net present value and capital budgeting. Risk analysis, real options, and
capital budgeting.
Main reading:
Ross, Stephen A., Westerfield, Randolph W. and Jaffe, Jeffrey (2007), Modern Financial Management,
McGraw-Hill, 8th edn.
EconometricsE
EconometriaE
Course outline:
The Classical Regression Linear Model. The Simple Regression Model: estimation and inference. The
Multiple Regression Model: estimation and inference. Additional topics in Multiple Regression Analysis.
Main reading:
Wooldridge, J. M. (2005), Introductory Econometrics: A Modern Approach, 3rd. Ed., South-Western
College Pub.
International Monetary EconomicsE
Economia Monetária InternacionalE
Course outline:
National income accounting and the Balance of Payments. Exchange rates, interest rates, and prices.
Determination of output in an open economy. The International Monetary System. Optimum currency
areas and the European integration. Developing countries.
Main reading:
Krugman, Paul and Maurice Obstfeld (2006), International Economics: Theory and Policy, 7th edition,
Pearson Education, Addison-Wesley, Boston, MA.
De Grauwe, Paul (2005), The Economics of Monetary Union, 6th edition, Oxford University Press, Oxford;
Industrial OrganizationE
Organização IndustrialE
Course outline:
Introduction to industrial organization. Market structure: from monopoly to perfect competition. Basic
concepts of games and strategy. Oligopoly competition. Market structure and market power. Barriers to
entry.
Main reading:
Cabral, Luís M. B. (2000) Introduction to Industrial Organization, Boston, MA: The MIT Press.
Pepall, Lynne; Richards, Daniel J.; Norman, George (1999) Industrial Organization: Contemporary Theory
and Practice, South-Western College Publishing.
Cabral, Luís (1994) Economia Industrial, Lisboa: McGraw-Hill.
Barros, Pedro Pita (1998) Exercícios de Economia Industrial, Lisboa: McGraw-Hill.
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Contents of Unit Courses Taught in English
Economics Degree Programme
International Trade
E
Comércio InternacionalE
Course outline:
Introduction: Scope and limits of International Business. Specificity of the subject. International Trade,
Investment and other foreign activities of firms in the globalization process. Theories of International
Trade. Mercantilism, absolute and comparative advantage. Factor proportions theory. Intra-industry trade
and trade with economies of scale. Unequal exchange, product life cycle, neo-factorial, competitive
advantage and other theories under imperfect competition.
Main reading:
Daniels, John D. and Lee H. Radebaugh (2009), International Business. Environments and Operations,
Prentice-Hall, Upper Saddle River.
Krugman, Paul & Maurice Obstfeld (2008), International Economics. Theory and Policy, Addison-Wesley,
Multidisciplinary Project: Innovation,
Intellectual Property and Technology Diffusion
and TransferE
Projeto Multidisciplinar: Inovação e
Propriedade Intelectual e Transf. TecnologiaE
Course outline:
Introduction. Innovation concepts and models. Technology markets. Innovation strategies. Technology
diffusion. Science and Technology public policies.
Main reading:
Fagerberg, J., Mowery, D., and Nelson, R. (eds.) (2005). The Oxford Handbook of Innovation, Oxford:
Oxford University Press.
Link, Albert N. 2008. The Economic Theory of Invention and Innovation, The International Library of
Critical Writings in Economics Series Vol. 215, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
Stoneman, P. (1994). Handbook of Economics of Innovation, London: Blackwell.
Multidisciplinary Project: Multinational Firm
EconomicsE
Projeto Multidisciplinar: Economia da
Empresa MultinacionalE
Course outline:
Evolution of the firm: Old and New Theories. Expansion of Firm Boundaries. Theory of the Multinational
Corporation (MNC). Industrial Economics of the MNC. Organizational Structure of the MNC. Specific
cases of MNCs in different industries. FDI and Trade Effects of FDI and of the MNC. Public Policy
towards FDI and the MNC. The Future of the MNC.
Main reading:
Cohen, Stephen D. (2007). Multinational Corporations and Foreign Direct Investment. Avoiding
Simplicity, Embracing Complexity, Oxford University Press, 2007.
Navaretti,Giorgio B. & Anthony J. Venables (2004). Multinational Firms in the World Economy, Princeton
University Press, Princeton & Oxford.
Economia Política dos Negócios
InternacionaisE
International Trade Political EconomyE
Course outline:
Trade and the international political economy. Theories of international political economy: Mercantilism,
Protectionism, Neoprotectionism; Liberalism, Theory of Hegemonic Stability; Structuralism; Rational
Choice; Neoliberal Institutionalism. New protectionism: new instruments of protection. From the GATT to
the WTO. Challenges to the international trading system (agriculture; the environment; regional
Integration; development).
Main reading:
Guimarães, M. H. (2005), Economia Política do Comércio Internacional: Teorias e Ilustrações, Lisboa,
Pricipia.
Balam, D., and Veseth, M. (2001), Introduction to International Political Economy, 2nd Edition, Prentice
Hall.
Gilpin, R. (2001), Global Political Economy. Understanding the International Economic Order, Princeton
University Press.
(E) UCs of the Economics Area of Studies
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When filling in the LA, please make sure that you write down all the required
information, namely:
UC code:
UC name:
Degree:
Year:
ECTS:
We will not accept an LA that is not properly filled in.
Some UCs have different names but are common to the Economics and the
International Business Degrees (eg. Industrial Economics  Industrial Organization or
Microeconomics I  Introduction to Microeconomics). Bear in mind that you cannot
do both.
How to proceed after your arrival at the Economics Department
Arrival
We strongly recommend you to arrive at least 2 weeks before the beginning of classes.
In the 1st semester, classes begin in the 3rd week of September. In the 2nd semester,
classes start in the 3rd week of February. Please bear in mind that you will need time to
get to know the University, to get an apartment, if this is the case, and all the necessary
arrangements.
Since the timetables for each semester are available just 1-2 weeks before the beginning
of classes, it may be necessary to make some changes to your initial LA due to
timetable overlap between UCs. That is not a big problem. We are around to help you.
However, these should only be minor changes. We recommend that you consult the
timetables before you leave your country in order to find out if there is any overlap and
discuss with your coordinator possible alternatives. This will make your process much
easier once you arrive at University of Minho.
Please note that timetable overlaps are more likely to occur if choose UCs from
different Degree courses and different year of studies.
You can find the timetables in the link below:
http://alunos.uminho.pt/Default.aspx?tabid=13&pageid=158
Unfortunately there is not an English version available, but with this Guide, you can
find the UCs that you are interested in. You can also ask for any additional information
to Dra. Estela Vieira ([email protected]).
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Steps to follow
Here are the steps that you should take once you have arrived at the Department of
Economics, at EEG:
o
Introduce yourself to Dra. Estela Vieira (Office: 0.18, Ground Floor of EEG;
Tel:253604516; Email: [email protected]).
o
Report to Dra. Estela Vieira the UCs that you have chosen to do.
o
Make the necessary changes in the LA and hand it over to Dra. Estela Vieira.
o
After selecting the definitive UCs of your LA, establish personal contact with the
professor of each UC within the first week of the semester.
o
Ask each professor about his/her evaluation methodology for Erasmus students,
and comply with it.
o
Ask each professor to give you access to the e-learning platform. For that, you
need to tell each professor your name and Erasmus Student Number.
o
Communicate to Dra. Estela Vieira the final list of UCs and hand the LA to her so
that the Academic Coordinator can sign it.
Important note: If you are required to write an essay for evaluation, always
have in mind that to copy a sentence from a book/article is considered plagiary,
a form of academic fraud, which obviously is punishable. If you want to cite an
author, you have two options:
o
Write the exact sentence between “”, after referring the author’s surname and
date of publication.
Example:
(…) As Smith (2003) argues, “whether or not the relation between these two
phenomena is causal, and in which direction the causality is can be tested with
this here introduced econometric tool, the ETTF.”(…)
o
Change the sentence and write it in your own words, also referring the
author’s surname and date of publication.
Example:
(…)Smith (2003) argues that with the econometric tool that he has created - the
ETTF -, the existence of a causality relationship between these two phenomena
can be tested. (…).
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How to find important information on University of Minho’s website
University of Minho and EEG
The University of Minho’s English website is currently under construction. So, we
advise you to look up for information at the School of Economics and Management
website. The EEG’s English webpage is:
http://www.eeg.uminho.pt/Default.aspx?lang=en-US
E-learning platform
Another important site is our e-learning platform (Blackboard). Once you have a
student number we will grant you access to the e-learning page: Erasmus at
EEG/Erasmus at School of Economics and Management, where we’ll be
permanently uploading all kinds of information for Erasmus Students, such as
Academic Calendar, Exams, Rooms. An email will be sent to notify you.
Through the Blackboard you will also have access to the material of each UC you are
enrolled in.
You are responsible for verifying whether you have access to each UC in which you are
enrolled.
The
e-learning
platform
https://elearning.uminho.pt/webapps/login/
(Blackboard)
link
is:
International Relations Office (GRI)
On GRI webpage you find important information relating the LA procedures as well as
useful information relating accommodation, how to get to Braga and how to live in
Braga.
The GRI website:
http://www.gri.uminho.pt/Default.aspx?tabindex=0&tabid=20&pageid=119&lang=eng
The contacts are:
Dra. Adriana Lago Carvalho ([email protected])
Dra. Sandra Moreira ([email protected])
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