Master's degree

Admission Profile

  • Applicants to this master must have a university degree strongly related with physics and mathematics, such as graduates of physics, mathematics, oceanography (specializing in physics ocean), meteorology (particularly dynamic meteorology), statistics, computer science, civil, geophysics or other engineering degrees.

    We can also exceptionally consider cases of highly motivated students graduated from other degrees, who are able to demonstrate that they have sufficiently studied physics and mathematics to ensure that they can successfully reach postgraduate studies with us.

    In summary, we expect applicants to this master to have the basic knowledge of physics and mathematics that we consider as the minimum necessary to begin the study of the physics of the ocean.

    Among non-academic skills we consider that the applicant must have is the ability to work in team, to express his ideas in written form, mastering a foreign language, preferably English, and to explain the reasons of his motivation to study physics and ocean physics.

Graduate Profile

  • Our graduates have the ability to scientifically investigate the physical behavior of a highly complex system such as the ocean, the knowledge they acquire are applicable in various areas: weather forecasting, navigation, fisheries, aquaculture, water quality, coastal infrastructure design and in general, the sustainable use of the ocean. The working environment in which our graduates are performing is very extensive and includes, among others, universities, research centers, consulting companies and various government agencies. We are proud of our graduates!


Ph.D.

Admission Profile

  • Applicants to this Ph.D. must have a profile as described above for the Master's Degree and additionally be outstanding students in their class, either a bachelor or master degree. The applicants are also expected to have a strong interest in scientific research and to hold a critical and creative thinking that allows them to raise issues and find innovative solutions to these.

Graduate Profile

  • Our graduates have the ability to scientifically investigate the physical behavior of a highly complex system such as the ocean, the knowledge they acquire are applicable in various areas: weather forecasting, navigation, fisheries, aquaculture, water quality, coastal infrastructure design and in general, the sustainable use of the ocean. The working environment in which our graduates are performing is very extensive and includes, among others, universities, research centers, consulting companies and various government agencies. We are proud of our graduates!

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