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Catholic University of Portugal salaries

Average salary for Catholic University of Portugal alumni & graduates

161 Catholic University of Portugal alumni & graduates salaries

 

The average salary for Catholic University of Portugal alumni & graduates is $46,000 per year.The average bonus for Catholic University of Portugal is $2,100.


Top UCP Graduates & Alumni Salaries - By  Job

 

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Executive Management & Change

$82,000 
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Financial Services

$64,000 
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Finance Control & Strategy

$62,000 
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Legal Department

$53,000 
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IT & Software Development

$43,000 
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Sales & Business Development

$39,000 
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According to our data, the highest paid UCP alumni & graduates are Executive Management & Change professionals at $82,000 yearly. The lowest paid Catholic University of Portugal alumni & graduates are Legal & Paralegal professionals at $22,000.

 


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Top UCP Graduates & Alumni Salaries - By  Degree

 

Degree Average Salary Salary Comparison Full Access

Executive MBA

$98,000 
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MBA

$74,000 
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Masters in Finance

$64,000 
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Executive Masters

$38,000 
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Masters in Science

$37,000 
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Bachelor of Science

$34,000 
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The best paying degree at Catholic University of Portugal is Executive MBA, with alumni earning an average salary of $98,000.
Graduates from Catholic University of Portugal who earn the lowest salaries are those with a Master (Other) degree, earning a salary of $30,000 yearly.

 

More about Catholic University of Portugal

 

The Universidade Catolica Portuguesa was the first modern Portuguese university to be founded not by the state, but following an agreement between the government and the Vatican. Established in 1967, it now runs courses for 12,000 students across the four campuses, in Beiras, Braga, Lisbon and Oporto. The University of Saint Joseph in Macau is an overseas affiliate. The university's two business schools, the Catolica Lisbon School of Business & Economics (CLSBE) and Catolica Porto School of Business, offer programmes including the respected Lisbon MBA, a joint-venture with the Universidade Nova de Lisboa.

 

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