Lusíada University

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Template:Use dmy dates The Lusíada University (Universidade Lusíada, Template:IPA-pt) is a Portuguese private university headquartered in Lisbon. The university's motto is sol lucet omnibus ("The sun shines over everyone").

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Universidade Lusíada

History

The Universidade Lusíada was founded in Lisbon, Portugal, in 1986. It later opened branches in the Portuguese cities of Porto and Vila Nova de Famalicão, and abroad in Angola.

Lusíada out of Portugal

Angola

The university has branches abroad in Angola at Luanda, Benguela, and Cabinda. It is one of seven recognized universities, both private and public, in Angola.[1]

Noted attendees

  • José Sócrates, law (did not graduate)
  • Pedro Passos Coelho, economics
  • Mariana van Zeller, international relations

See also

  • Lusíada University of Porto
  • List of universities in Portugal
  • List of universities in Angola
  • Higher education in Portugal

External links

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