A European

Cost of

A lusophone

Where everything

The “Old Continent” is and shall always be an attractive job market, with numerous opportunities for those who have an excellent education. For this reason, Portugal is undoubtedly the ideal point of entry.

Portugal has a considerably lower cost of living than that of other countries in Europe, with average monthly expenses of EUR 600 on education and housing.

Offering the advantage of the 4th most widely spoken language in the world, it easily opens the door to employment in emerging economies on four continents.

Currently, there are about 261 million people in the world who speak Portuguese.

In the past few years, Portugal has witnessed a boom in start-ups that are particularly driven by technology.

Due to the continued focus on creativity and innovation, Lisbon is already considered by many to be the “Silicon Valley of Europe”.