Application form. (administrative services IPMAIA )
Passport / ID card.
Fiscal number card.
Certificate/ diploma of completion of secondary education, certified by the official education services.
Certified declaration issued by the official education services in the country of origin, translated into English or Portuguese, proving that the secondary qualification held, obtained in that country, is sufficient to enter official higher education in the country for courses equivalent to the one to which the application is made (OR a certificate of equivalence to Portuguese secondary education issued by a competent Portuguese body).
Documentary proof of the knowledge of the admission exam subject matters (exams taken in the country of origin to enter higher education in that country or secondary education exams that prove knowledge of the admission exam subject matters).
Proof of knowledge of the language in which the course is taught (when applicable).
Sworn declaration of the applicant stating that s/he does not have Portuguese nationality and is not impeded to apply to IPMAIA under International Student Status, as laid down in Decree-Law nº 36/2014, of 10 March 2014, amended by Decree-Law nº 113/2014 of 16 July 2014 and in the "Regulations on the Application of International Student Status at Instituto Politécnico da Maia – IPMAIA".
Documentary proof of approval in pre-requisite tests (applicable to the Physical Education and Sports degree).
Qualifications and other education documents must include the grading scale used and the final grade achieved in the education programme.
For application procedures, students are allowed to submit certified copies of the necessary documents electronically. For enrollment/ matriculation, students must submit the original documents authenticated by a Portuguese consular or diplomatic authority (or with a Hague Apostille from the competent authority in the state in which the document was issued). Whitout these, students will not be able to matriculate at IPMAIA.
Documents which are not originally written in Portuguese or English must be translated (certified translation) into one of these languages. Documents in French or Spanish may also be considered for application.