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We’re so excited you are interested in studying abroad with SiPN! Get your application started by filling out the form linked below and we will guide you from there!

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Pre- Application:

The first step is filling out our Pre-Application. The Pre-Application phase is where you will provide some basic information about yourself and your interest in one of our programs.

Note: If you currently do not have a valid passport, you should apply for one immediately after hearing back from us regarding your Pre-Application. It must be valid for at least 6 months after your program of interest ends.

 

2

Full SiPN Application Packet

After your Pre-Application has been reviewed and validated, you’ll move on to Phase 2. The second phase includes:

  1. Submitting your non-refundable deposit: $350 if you are a semester applicant OR $200 if you are a summer applicant. You will need to do this first if you want to secure your spot in one of our programs. 
  2. Filling out SiPN Full Application Packet. This step requires you to submit several documents, such as copies of your student transcripts, a credit transfer pre-approval sheet, copies of your passport; a passport-style photo; Health and Special Needs info; Proof of Financial Aid, and more. 

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Formal Letter of Acceptance & Visa Instructions

After we receive your Full SiPN Application Packet, you will be notified of your formal acceptance into your program of choice. Next, each student will receive a SiPN Welcome Packet that includes a formal letter of acceptance issued by your Portuguese host university, SiPN’s Final Program Invoice, and other relevant information.

SiPN will also provide you with all the information and documentation that you will need for your visa application (visas are not required for summer session participants staying less than 90 consecutive days), among other things.

 

Still have questions? Let us know!

E-mail:

  • semester@studyinportugalnetwork.com
  • summer@studyinportugalnetwork.com
  • info@studyinportugalnetwork.com

Phone:  +1 917 675 3442 (Note: we are +5 hours from EST)

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Life changing lecture

My brother had always encouraged me to study abroad and the start of my junior year seemed like the perfect time to start that adventure. I drew my inspiration for choosing Lisbon, Portugal from my anthropology professor and the many stories he told about living in Portugal and falling in love with the language, food, the people, and the culture. 

Natalie Castilleja
University of Missouri Kansas City

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5.0
2019-02-04T11:40:52+00:00

Natalie Castilleja
University of Missouri Kansas City

My brother had always encouraged me to study abroad and the start of my junior year seemed like the perfect 

Finding Her in Heritage

Growing up with immigrant parents I guess you could say that I had a different upbringing compared to most of my peers. Of course, there were times when cultures would clash leaving me stuck between my Portuguese and American identities, but over time I learned to embrace the best of two worlds. I had always wanted to visit mainland Portugal, but I never thought that I would get to experience living here which has provided me with an even better experience than I could have imagined. Studying abroad wasn’t originally part of my academic plans, but here I am in my senior year and this is one of the best decisions I have ever made.

Diane Fontes University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

SiPN
5.0
2020-07-29T16:18:34+00:00

Diane Fontes University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

Growing up with immigrant parents I guess you could say that I had a different upbringing compared to most of 

From Grandparents to Me

Having grandparents from the Azores growing up, I thought I had a good understanding of Portuguese culture. I figured my trips to the Azores as a teenager, eating bacalhau and seeing my traditionally dressed grandmother cook octopus on Christmas made me an expert on the Portuguese experience. However when I arrived, I realized The Portuguese people are young, and Lisbon is culturally diverse and thriving city. 

Derek Robidoux
University of Massachusetts Amherst

SiPN
5.0
2017-03-13T11:54:16+00:00

Derek Robidoux
University of Massachusetts Amherst

Having grandparents from the Azores growing up, I thought I had a good understanding of Portuguese culture. I figured my 

Across Four Continents

Long story short, I received a scholarship for my study abroad but with the condition that I study in Bahia, Brazil. That year changed my life and lead me to study abroad another semester in Florianópolis Brazil and earn a minor in Portuguese. As an advanced speaker of Portuguese being in Lisbon is a dream come true to be living my day to day life in the Portuguese language. Even the walk to the grocery store is never dull when you are surrounded by history and smiling Portuguese faces. 

Samuel Orlowski
University of Wisconsin Milwaukee

SiPN
5.0
2019-02-04T11:33:43+00:00

Samuel Orlowski
University of Wisconsin Milwaukee

Long story short, I received a scholarship for my study abroad but with the condition that I study in Bahia, 

Another piece to the melting pot

Studying abroad seemed like the perfect opportunity to do this. I must admit, before coming to Portugal, if someone asked me where Lisbon was I would have had no clue. This however actually gives great insight as to why I chose Portugal as my study abroad destination. The chance to come to a place I had no knowledge of seemed like another great time to expose myself to beautiful new places, people, and things.

Liz Bovell
University of Connecticut

SiPN
5.0
2019-02-04T11:44:07+00:00

Liz Bovell
University of Connecticut

Studying abroad seemed like the perfect opportunity to do this. I must admit, before coming to Portugal, if someone asked 

Happy coincidence

I started learning Portuguese by accident. I spent the majority of my life learning Spanish as a second language. Although my dad is from Peru, I never spoke Spanish with him growing up. I think this is how my love of languages arose. Frustrated that I never learned the language of my dad’s family, in school I dedicated myself to learning Spanish and to sounding as “Peruvian” as possible. Now, two and a half years later, I am a Spanish and Portuguese major studying abroad in Lisbon, Portugal. I never imagined that I would learn to speak Portuguese as quickly as I have, or that I would come to love the Portuguese-speaking world as much as I loved learning Spanish.

Claudia Bellido
Emory University

SiPN
5.0
2019-02-04T11:14:26+00:00

Claudia Bellido
Emory University

I started learning Portuguese by accident. I spent the majority of my life learning Spanish as a second language. Although 

Positive Impact

Studying in Portugal was one of the best experiences of my life! I’ll always remember the friendships I made and the wonderful memories from traveling all over the country. I learned about Portuguese culture which has influenced me in profound ways that I treasure very much.

Mila Barzdukas
Emory University

SiPN
5.0
2019-02-04T12:00:57+00:00

Mila Barzdukas
Emory University

Studying in Portugal was one of the best experiences of my life! I’ll always remember the friendships I made and 
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