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Physics, Mathematics & Computer Science



  • G80 Fall - Advanced Computation (6 credits) +info
  • G79 Fall - Advanced Experimental Techniques (1C) (6 credits) +info
  • G1775 Spring - Advanced Experimental Techniques (2C) (6 credits) +info
  • G1776 Spring - Astronomy (6 credits) +info
  • G1778 Spring - Experimental Optics (6 credits) +info
  • G1777 Spring - Particle Physics (6 credits) +info
  • G1779 Spring - Physics of Materials (6 credits) +info


  • G1894 Fall - Advanced Probability (6 credits) +info
  • G1903 Spring - Advanced Statistics (6 credits) +info
  • G1902 Spring - Measure Theory (6 credits) +info

Computer Science

  • G1749 Fall - Computer Animation and Video Games (6 credits) +info
  • G687 Spring - Natural Language Processing (6 credits) +info
  • G1828 Spring - System and Network Security and Assurance (6 credits) +info


The Program will be taught by the Faculty of Science staff, with a wide teaching and research experience in an international context, and will be carried out mainly in its teaching and research laboratories.

Why study Physics in English at the University of Cantabria?

  • Experience education in Spain, and improve your command of Spanish, if you do not feel too confident yet.
  • Obtain a full university Diploma that assures an academic recognition of the courses contained therein.
  • Carry out a wide range of mid-to-high level experiments in Physics.
  • Laboratory work requires a person-to-person communication, ideal for language skills development.


Who is eligible for the Program?

The Program is open to exchange and visiting students at the University of Cantabria that are pursuing a technical Degree in their home University.