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    ISAL – Higher Institute of Administration and Languages

    The following routes pass ISAL’s bus stop:

    12 – Jamboto (via Hospital)
    13 – Jamboto (via Viveiros)
    15B – (Vivieros) Galeão (Escola)
    17 – Lombo Segundo
    20 – Monte (via Corujeira de Dentro)
    21 – Monte (via Largo da Fonte)
    27 – Caminho de Ferro
    28 – Dom João
    42 – Alegria
    49 – Fundoa (31 Janeiro)

    Have direct access to further information here.

    Direct contact by department

    Joana Martins

    Academic Guidance
    joana.martins@isal.pt

    Cláudia Afonso

    ERASMUS | International Exchange
    claudia.afonso@isal.pt

    Teresa Faria

    Chief Secretary
    teresa@isal.pt

    Leonilde Olim

    Student Support Officer
    leonilde.olim@isal.pt

    Library Contacts

    The mission of ISAL’s library is to make available and promote access to research and the use of information in the fields of Management, Hospitality and Tourism, in the scope of the pedagogical, scientific and communal activity.

    Maria José Sapeta

    Librarian
    ze@isal.pt

    Nelson Abreu

    Director
    nelson.abreu@isal.pt

    Student Support Officer

    The Student Support Officer is a teacher whose action is taken in connection with the Students’ Association and the institutional bodies and services, namely the Pedagogical Council and the Board. The Student Support Officer is appointed or dismissed by the Director General, for two renewable academic years.

    Role and scope of activity

    The Student Support Officer’s role, without decision-making power, is the defence and promotion of the legitimate rights and interests of the students within ISAL – Higher Institute of Administration and Languages.
    (Student Support Office Regulation)

    Opening hours:

    Tuesdays from 6 pm to 7 pm, if scheduled.

    Leonilde Olim

    Student Support Officer
    leonilde.olim@isal.pt

    The Employment Centre of ISAL’s Student Association

    Objectives of the Employment Centre Project

    • To support the youth looking for a job and their subsequent professional integration
    • To inform and to guide young people who intend to continue their studies
    • To gather and promote job and training opportunities
    • To promote the connection between ISAL and the business environment
    • The Employment Centres conform to the employment active measures promoted by the Regional Secretariat for Social Inclusion and Citizenship, through the Madeira Employment Institute, PI-RAM.

    Our main mission is to support young people in the active job search and subsequent integration into the job market, developing customized monitoring, with sessions of Active Job Search Techniques, helping in the creation of the curriculum, covering letters and unsolicited applications, as well as the interview preparation.

    The Employment Centre receives job offers from several companies and promotes these offers on the Employment Centres’ portal. To have access, you have to sign up and you will be provided with a login and password. This registration is carried out on the website http://empregar.iem.madeira.gov.pt where you choose the Employment Centre of the Students’ Association or go to this place in person.