ISEG was the 1st school of Economics and Management founded in Portugal, officially in 1911. Our distinguished Alumni of all generations make us proud with their contribution to society, both in the private sector and in the public sphere, throughout the world. We are celebrating our 110th anniversary in 2021 – would you like to join us?
The ISEG campus is located in the centre of the city of Lisbon, between Lapa and the Assembly of the Republic, to where it moved in 1911 – when the old Convent of the English Bridgettine Order was expropriated and ceded to the Instituto Superior do Comércio.
The Campus is composed by the following buildings:
Francesinhas I and Francesinhas II
Where the undergraduate classes are taught.
The site of the old Bridgettine Convent, where Postgraduate and Masters classes are taught.
Francisco Pereira de Moura Library
It is named in memory of the former ISEG professor, Francisco Pereira de Moura.
Bento de Jesus Caraça Building
Houses the offices of the various departments and research centres.
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