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Program in Business and Economics

Fall semester

  • G921 Fall - Consumer Behaviour (6 credits) +info

Advanced Diploma in Economics

  • G1637 Fall - Econometrics II (6 credits) +info
  • G1887 Fall - International Economics (6 credits) +info
  • G1993 Fall - International Trade (6 credits) +info
  • G2006 Fall - Public Economics (6 credits) +info

  • Spring semester

  • G1813 Spring - Business Management Techniques: Good Practices (6 credits) +info ·
  • G1638 Spring - Creation of Companies and Family Business (6 credits) +info
  • G1640 Spring - Creation of Companies and Family Business (6 credits) +info
  • G1818 Spring - International Business (6 credits) +info
  • G1815 Spring - International Business: A European Perspective (6 credits) +info ·
  • G1814 Spring - Open Economy Macroeconomics (6 credits) +info ·
  • G1817 Spring - Statistical Methods in Econommics and Business (6 credits) +info ·

  • Advanced Diploma in Economics

  • G1823 Spring - Dynamic Macroeconomics (6 credits) +info
  • G1886 Spring - Economic and Financial System (6 credits) +info
  • G1822 Spring - Economic Growth (6 credits) +info
  • G1639 Spring - European Economic Policy (6 credits) +info
  • G965 Spring - International Business Economics (6 credits) +info



    The Programme will be taught by University of Cantabria faculty staff with wide teaching and research experience in an international context together with guest professors from other universities.

    Why study in English at the University of Cantabria?

    Improve your command of Spanish and experience university education in Spain.
    It is possible to 'pick and choose' a few courses in English in combination with other regular courses in Spanish to get a deeper knowledge about Spanish culture and civilization.

    Elegibility Rules and Requirements

    Please note that students who fulfil the following requirements will have priority:

    • Business, Management, Politics and International Relations students.
    • Students applying for all the courses of the programme as a whole.


    How can I apply to these courses?

    Please note that if you choose other courses not included in the English Programme, you will receive two different PDF files.

    Deadline: 1st November


    Compulsory Documents

    The application slip must be sent to

    Oficina de Relaciones Internacionales, Universidad de Cantabria
    Edificio de la Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales
    Avda. de los Castros s/n , 39005 (Santander), Spain

    together with the following documents:

    • Learning Agreement (L.A.), duly signed and stamped
    • Transcript of Records
    • ERASMUS or exchange student certificate issued by your home university
    • Photocopy of valid passport or identity card
    • Two original passport photos
    • Photocopy of European Health Insurance Card or private insurance, valid for the whole stay at the UC


    Students from outside the European Union should also submit at their arrival

    • Passport photocopy with student visa (for stays superior to 90 days) valid for the whole stay at the UC.


    Incomplete applications will not be processed.

    Optional application forms



    Admission is not guaranteed since these courses have limited places. Once admitted, you will be sent a message of confirmation to your e-mail address.


    Further Information

    Faculty of Business - Economics and Law, 1st Floor
    Avda. de los Castros, s/n
    39005 Santander
    Cantabria (Spain)
    Tel.: 00 34 942 20 10 38
    Fax: 00 34 942 20 10 78