Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa (Autonomous University of Lisbon; UAL) is a private university located in Lisbon, the capital of Portugal. UAL was created on December 13, 1985. It is the oldest private university in the country with the years of experience serving the academic and student community. With a faculty of excellence and a vast educational offer consisting of undergraduate, graduate, postgraduate and doctoral programmes from several areas of knowledge, UAL is firmly established in higher education in Portugal. As a higher education institution, UAL strives to offer high level qualifications to its students and to contribute to their cultural, artistic, scientific, and technological training nationally and internationally. According to its current legislation, UAL is governed by the principles of academic, cultural, scientific and educational autonomy, involving lectures and students in its academic management. UAL pursues the human and social enrichment of its community not only on humanistic and individual values but also on the principles of tolerance, internal and international cooperation and respect for human rights.
The Degree in Sports Management and Management is intended for the training of Sports professionals and aims to equip them with knowledge and skills in the planning, organization, administration, management and operation of sports activities, as well as the preparation of the base of future teachers and researchers Operations.
The Autonomous University of Lisbon values the activity of its researchers, teachers, students and workers, stimulating their intellectual and professional training and also ensures the conditions for all duly qualified citizens to have access to higher education and lifelong learning. Life, In accordance with the legislation in force. UAL pursues the human and social enrichment of its community, within a framework of humanistic, personalistic, tolerance, internal and international cooperation and respect for human rights.
Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa conducts and promotes research work in different scientific areas through their Research Centres that comprise a solid group of researchers who undertake projects and participate in various scientific activities within their respective research strands with the primary aim of disclosing the outputs of their work at national and international level.
Research Centres include CIP – Psychology Research Centre, OBSERVARE – Observatory of External Relations, CICH – Historical Sciences Research Centre, RATIO LEGIS - Legal Sciences Research and Development Centre, CARS – Economic Analysis of Social Regulation Centre, CELCT – Linguistic, Compared and Multimedia Studies Centre, CEACT – Architecture, City and Territory Studies Centre and Autonoma TechLabAutónoma TechLab – Technology Research Centre.