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  • Degree in Physics
    imatge de la noticia

    Physics is an experimental science studying the natural world in terms of energy and matter interactions. Practically every technology surrounding us in our everyday lives is governed by the principles of physics (from medical diagnosis techniques to GPS systems or energy production methods). The Degree in Physics aims to provide a solid training based on physical phenomena and the laws and models which explain them, knowing the language of mathematics, the experimental method, sophisticated instrumentation and computational methods. It also introduces into various leading basic and applied research fields. These studies ensure graduates are versatile professionals with the skills needed to resolve multidisciplinary problems in the scientific and technological fields.

  • Degree in Physics
    Profile

    Versatility and problem-solving are the main Physics graduates' skills. Another advantage is the high employability for managerial and responsible positions in very broad and advanced sectors: basic and applied research in high-tech industrial sectors and in research centres (photonics, optoelectronics, the environment, alternative energies, fundamental particles and interactions, astrophysics, the aerospace industry, telecommunications, new technologies, virtual reality); health (medical physics); meteorological and geophysical services; scientific and technical consultancy, banking and finance; and science teaching and communication.

  • Degree in Physics
    Useful information
    • Curiosity and interest in natural phenomena and technology, as well as the ability to ask questions and find plausible explanations in a scientific context are required; it is also required mathematics background and the ability to maintain a continuous rhythm of study.
    • Theoretical subjects include practical problem-solving lessons in small groups, which facilitate studying and understanding, but it also contributes to the overall assessment.
    • In the experimental laboratories, measurement and data analysis techniques, as well as instrumentation are developed by small groups with personalised attention from the teaching staff. Computer science and computational subjects also include small-group work.
    • Students can undertake external work experience (6 optional credits), which allows them to get to know some of the many careers associated to physics.
    • Physicist is a regulated profession within the technical sector and the experimental sciences. The legislation recognises competences in a wide range of work areas.
  • Degree in Physics
    Credit: 240
    Courses: 4
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 57
    Language: English, Spanish, Valencian
    Prize: 15,59 €/Credit
    Specific website:
    www.uv.es/grado/fisica
    Cut-off marks
    Over 25 years5
    General13,207
    Over 40 years-
    Univ. graduates7,62
    Over 45 years5
    Elite sportspeople5
    Func diversity ppl.7,774
    Faculty of Physics
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusC/ Dr. Moliner, 5046100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 543 307Geolocation
  • Degree in Physics
    Weightings
    General modality trunks
    Arts
    Humanities and Social Sciences
    Foundations of Art II: -
    Latin: -
    Sciences
    Applied Mathematics to Social Sciences II: -
    Mathematics II: 0,2
    Option trunks
    Arts
    Humanities and Social Sciences
    Performing arts: -
    Business Economics: -
    Audiovisual Culture II: -
    Geography: -
    Design: -
    Greek II: -
    Sciences
    Art History: -
    Biology: 0,1
    History of Philosophy: -
    Technical Drawing II: -
     
    Physics: 0,2
     
    Geology: 0,1
     
    Chemistry: 0,1
     
    Foreign languages
    German: -
    English: -
    French: -
    Italian: -
  • Degree in Optics and Optometry
    imatge de la noticia

    The Degree in Optics and Optometry aims at training highly-qualified specialists in visual healthcare who carry out professional activities aimed for the prevention, detection, analysis and treatment of alterations in vision.  To this end, students acquire the necessary knowledge, abilities and skills to undertake visual and ocular examinations; design, certification and adaptation of optical systems; design and development of sight-training programmes and design of proposals for ergonomic improvements.

  • Degree in Optics and Optometry
    Profile

    Optometrist is a profession regulated in Spain by different laws. This means the fields of professional activity are sharply defined, for both the public and the private sector. In the public sector, there are specific positions in the diverse Spanish regional health systems. In the private sector, graduates can work in opticians' establishments, ophthalmological clinics, lens and other optical device manufacturing industries, etc. The most common careers are optical establishment technician, optometrist, laboratory technician, ergonomics and visual hygiene assessor, visual rehabilitator, ophthalmic product salesperson, etc. These professionals can also work in teaching and research.

  • Degree in Optics and Optometry
    Useful information
    • This degree qualifies graduates to practice as optometrists.
    • The degree’s external internship (18 credits) are compulsory.  In addition to the agreements between the University of Valencia and several clinics and hospitals, the UV owns an optometry clinic where students learn to care external patients. Internships can also be carried out in companies related to the field of optics and optometry, such as optical establishments and industries where lenses and other devices are manufactured.
    • For part-time students, the internship period is conceived to be constant and intensive.
    • 49.5 optional credits, of which students only have to take 24, are offered. Optional subjects can count 9, 6 or 4.5 credits.
  • Degree in Optics and Optometry
    Credit: 240
    Courses: 4
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 50
    Language: English, Spanish, Valencian
    Prize: 19,27 €/Credit
    Specific website:
    www.uv.es/grado/optica
    Cut-off marks
    Over 25 years-
    General10,62
    Over 40 years-
    Univ. graduates7,4
    Over 45 years-
    Elite sportspeople-
    Func diversity ppl.-
    Faculty of Physics
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusC/ Dr. Moliner, 5046100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 543 307Geolocation
  • Degree in Optics and Optometry
    Weightings
    General modality trunks
    Arts
    Humanities and Social Sciences
    Foundations of Art II: -
    Latin: -
    Sciences
    Applied Mathematics to Social Sciences II: -
    Mathematics II: 0,2
    Option trunks
    Arts
    Humanities and Social Sciences
    Performing arts: -
    Business Economics: -
    Audiovisual Culture II: -
    Geography: -
    Design: -
    Greek II: -
    Sciences
    Art History: -
    Biology: 0,2
    History of Philosophy: -
    Technical Drawing II: -
     
    Physics: 0,2
     
    Geology: 0,1
     
    Chemistry: 0,2
     
    Foreign languages
    German: -
    English: -
    French: -
    Italian: -
  • Double Degree in Physics and Mathematics
    imatge de la noticia

    Much of the technology surrounding us every day is governed by principles of physics and/or mathematical algorithms (from medical diagnosis techniques to GPS or energy production systems, cryptography, image processing, statistical analysis, etc. This double degree offers training focused on physical phenomena, the models and laws explaining them, as well as on mathematical language, the abstraction and formalisation of the deductive process, the experimental method, sophisticated instrumentation and computational methods. These studies train versatile professionals with the ability to solve multidisciplinary problems in the scientific and technological fields.

  • Double Degree in Physics and Mathematics
    Profile

    This double degree develops analytical skills, abstraction and critical sense, from an approach which combines mathematical methods and rigour with intuition for modelling and solving physics problems. This training provides greater employability and adaptation in very diverse and cutting-edge sectors. Among others: basic and applied research in high-tech industrial sectors and research centres (photonics, optoelectronics, environment, alternative energies, particles and fundamental interactions, astrophysics, aerospace industry, telecommunications, new materials); financial and insurance institutions (market research and risk analysis); scientific/technical and IT consultancy firms (process optimisation, communication networks, numerical methods, coding, cryptography); healthcare (medical physics); statistical companies and institutes; meteorological and geophysical services; science teaching and communication.

     

  • Double Degree in Physics and Mathematics
    Useful information
    • The 330 credits are distributed along five years, each with 66 credits, with only one more course per year than a standard degree.
    • These studies are carried out in small students' groups differentiated from the original degree programmes.
    • Contents have been adapted by planning them over time. First-years mathematics courses incorporate a set of applications and instrumental notions that allow to progress in physics content as well.
    • Curiosity for science and natural phenomena, logical and abstract reasoning skills, as well as analytical, problem-solving and problem-posing skills, combined with a continuous pace of study are required.
    • Theorical courses include small-groups practical lessons of problem-solving.
    • Physics laboratories develop knowledge on measurement techniques, data analysis and instrumentation, as well as skills comparing experimental results with the predictions of theoretical models.
    • For accessing double degrees, the same subjects weighting each separate degree will be taken into account.
  • Double Degree in Physics and Mathematics
    Credit: 330
    Courses: 5
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 30
    Prize: 15,59 €/Credit
    Cut-off marks
    Over 25 years-
    General13,59
    Over 40 years-
    Univ. graduates9,42
    Over 45 years-
    Elite sportspeople5
    Func diversity ppl.5
    Faculty of Mathematics
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusC/ Dr. Moliner, 5046100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 544 356Geolocation
    Faculty of Physics
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusC/ Dr. Moliner, 5046100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 543 307Geolocation
  • Double Degree in Physics and Mathematics
    Weightings
    General modality trunks
    Arts
    Humanities and Social Sciences
    Foundations of Art II: -
    Latin: -
    Sciences
    Applied Mathematics to Social Sciences II: -
    Mathematics II: -
    Option trunks
    Arts
    Humanities and Social Sciences
    Performing arts: -
    Business Economics: -
    Audiovisual Culture II: -
    Geography: -
    Design: -
    Greek II: -
    Sciences
    Art History: -
    Biology: -
    History of Philosophy: -
    Technical Drawing II: -
     
    Physics: -
     
    Geology: -
     
    Chemistry: -
     
    Foreign languages
    German: -
    English: -
    French: -
    Italian: -
  • Double Degree in Physics and Chemistry
    imatge de la noticia

    The double degree in Physics and Chemistry provides students with a solid theoretical and experimental training in these two scientific disciplines. In their attempt to interpret nature, both physics and chemistry share a common core of knowledge and skills, so the curriculum has been designed in a way that students obtain both degrees in just five years with a reasonable annual teaching load: between 62 and 71 credits per year.

  • Double Degree in Physics and Chemistry
    Profile

    Students who complete the double degree will enter the world of teaching, research and industry sector in an ideal position. In the teaching field, physics and chemistry share subjects up to the sixth year of Spanish high school and also the same teaching specialty for high school education. Moreover, many of the current research challenges require interdisciplinary perspectives, physics and physical chemistry go hand in hand in fields such as: materials science, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, transport phenomena, atomic and molecular physics and physical chemistry. The skills acquired in the double degree broaden as well the job prospects, as they cover many professional aspects: production and marketing in the chemical and pharmaceutical industry, food technology, new materials, environment, optics, consultancy, etc.

  • Double Degree in Physics and Chemistry
    Useful information
    • Courses are mainly taken from both the Bachelor's Degree in Physics and from the Bachelor's Degree in Chemistry, sharing classrooms and faculties. The content of some courses has been adapted to avoid repetition and to facilitate the training of students with an optimal itinerary.
    • Theoretical courses include practical problem-solving classes in small groups of students, which facilitate study and understanding and also contribute to the general assessment.
    • In the experimental laboratories, students become familiar with measurement and data analysis techniques and instrumentation. They work in small groups with personalised attention from the lecturers and playing an active and practical role.
    • Physics and Chemistry degrees are traditional at the University of Valencia. Both stand out in the top positions of the most prestigious rankings. The Nature INDEX of 2019 places them in second position in Spain. Both degrees have a high-level teaching staff who have been involved in educational innovation projects since the degrees were introduced in 2010.
    • For accessing double degrees, the same subjects weighted for each separate degree will be taken into account.
  • Double Degree in Physics and Chemistry
    Credit: 332
    Courses: 5
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 20
    Prize: 19,27 €/Credit
    Cut-off marks
    Over 25 years-
    General13,114
    Over 40 years-
    Univ. graduates7,31
    Over 45 years-
    Elite sportspeople-
    Func diversity ppl.-
    Faculty of Physics
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusC/ Dr. Moliner, 5046100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 543 307Geolocation
    Faculty of Chemistry
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusC/ Dr. Moliner, 5046100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 544 323Geolocation
  • Double Degree in Physics and Chemistry
    Weightings
    General modality trunks
    Arts
    Humanities and Social Sciences
    Foundations of Art II: -
    Latin: -
    Sciences
    Applied Mathematics to Social Sciences II: -
    Mathematics II: -
    Option trunks
    Arts
    Humanities and Social Sciences
    Performing arts: -
    Business Economics: -
    Audiovisual Culture II: -
    Geography: -
    Design: -
    Greek II: -
    Sciences
    Art History: -
    Biology: -
    History of Philosophy: -
    Technical Drawing II: -
     
    Physics: -
     
    Geology: -
     
    Chemistry: -
     
    Foreign languages
    German: -
    English: -
    French: -
    Italian: -
  • Master's Degree in Advanced Physics
    imatge de la noticiaThis Master's Degree is mainly research-guided providing the needed training to develop work in the field of university or business research, or even official bodies devoted to research. This training is reinforced through the writing of a Master's Degree Thesis which is conducted following some of the lines that offer the research groups that participate in the Master's Degree and which recognition is well-known at a national and international level. Therefore, from a scientific and academic point of view the interest of this Master's Degree is directly related with the ongoing training that provides for the research in the public and private sectors. Additionally, from a professional point of view, the trascendence of the contribution of Physics to the technological development, and therefore to the training of technologists, is crucial in any modern society that may want to base their development in cutting-edge knowledge.In this sense it's worth mentioning that many of the research lines are connected with the economic and social environment of the Valencian Community, setting the basis for initiatives such as the creation of the Val Space Consortium (VSC) that includes the Laboratory of Materials for Space Applications, the active participation in the Science Park of the University of Valencia and the creation of spin-off companies through the institutes of research that participate in the Programme of Doctorate in Physics: the Institute of Corpuscular Physics (IFIC), the Institute for Molecular Imaging Technologies (I3M), the Institute of Material Science of the University of Valencia (ICMUV), the Institute of Research in Medical Physics (IFIMED) and the Technological Institute of Optics, Colour and Imagine (AIDO).
  • Master's Degree in Advanced Physics
    Recommended admission profile

    This Master's Degree is aimed to students that hold a undergraduate (or "Licenciatura") degree in Physics and want to complete their training by taking postgraduate studies essentially research-guided, although also professional, in the field of Physics and related technologies.
    Its is also of special interest to undergraduates or "licenciados" in Mathematics, Chemistry and Technical Engineering or "Ingeniería Superior" (Three year degree) with an interest of specialising in some field of Physics.  

     

  • Master's Degree in Advanced Physics
    Admission criteria

    "Licenciados" or undergraduates in Physics in a Spanish university or in a country of the EHEA will inmediately join the Master's Degree.
    The degree holders, wether coming from other branches of knowledge of the Spanish university system or other countries of the EHEA, or those coming from outside of the EHEA, will have to submit to a selection process before the corresponding Committee. The selection will be carried out, attending to the academic report, the curriculum of the student and the affinity of the studies previously taken to the branch of knowledge in which is defined the Master's Degree. The degree holders with a workload lower than 240 ECTS will also be submited to this same selection process.

     

     

  • Master's Degree in Advanced Physics
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 60
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Specific website:
    www.uv.es/fisicaavanzada
    Faculty of Physics
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusC/ Dr. Moliner, 5046100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 543 307Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Medical Physics
    imatge de la noticiaThe latter, radiophysicists, or physicians experts in radiations, carry out in hospitals specific healthcare tasks such as the planning of radiotherapy treatments, the control of radiology equipments, and the design and control of the radiological facilities, the control of personnel and the zones exposed to radiations, etc. These tasks are legislated since the programme of access to Hospital Resident Radiophysician Intern was created. The Royal Decree 220/1997, of 14 February, creates and regulates the obtaining of the official title of Specialist in Hospital Radiophysics, as of postgraduate regulated training, of theoretical-practical nature, being indispensable the developing of practical aspects through a system of residences in hospitals, with a training period of three consecutive years, through which the student obtains the speciality of Hospital Radiophysicist that qualifies for the professional development of the tasks mentioned before. In order to access the different teaching units recognised for the training of Specialists in Hospital Radiophysics it is necessary to pass a test of national character depending on the Ministry of Health and Consumer Affairs which selects candidates (holders of degrees in Physics or any other advanced degree in scientific and technological disciplines). Although this Master's Degree does not provide with a training of Specialist in Radiophysics, training can only be accessed through the sistem of hospital residence, it does expects to train its students in the physical and technological aspects that are needed as a basis to go in depth in the field of Medical Physics, both in the aspects related with radiotherapy and nuclear medicine as in other aspects of application of Physics to Medicine; both in its practical application as in associated research to this field of knowledge.
  • Master's Degree in Medical Physics
    Recommended admission profile

    The recommended applicant profile for obtaining the most of the studies to be carried out corresponds to students coming from "Licenciaturas" and undergraduate courses in Physics, Chemistry and Engineering, and all the other new undergraduate studies or other degrees in which the candidate has taken courses in Atomic and Nuclear Physics. In a similar way an recomended profile is considered the corresponding to students holding a degree or "licenciados" in Medicine with a speciality in Radiology, Radiotherapy or Nuclear Medicine or who are carrying out the residence in these specialities.

  • Master's Degree in Medical Physics
    Admission criteria

     The selection criteria are as follows:
    - The training adjustment of the student to the required profile (50%).
    - The academic record (30%).
    - The curriculum vitae handed out (with documental justification of the claimed merits) (20%). In case of it being convenient, a personal interview on the claimed merits in the curriculum will be carried out.

     


     

  • Master's Degree in Medical Physics
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: Blended
    Places: 25
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Faculty of Physics
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusC/ Dr. Moliner, 5046100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 543 307Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Advanced Optometry and Vision Sciences
    imatge de la noticiaThe professional working area of the optometrist is increasingly widespread and the training needs and professional retraining in new methodologies and technologies are already essential. The Optometry is a scientific branch of wide clinic application that has seen a stunning growing in recent years, with the opening of new ways of research and clinic application, related to the new techniques of compensation and analyses of refractive errors. The optometrist has widened seen his clinic application field to the previous analysis and monitoring of the refractive surgery, the new types of compensation by means of contact lenses, the treatments of advanced visual therapy or the applications to the psycho-physical methodologies for the ophthalmologic diagnosis. In addition, we must add that the aging population opens a series of visual problems where the intervention of the optometrist will be fundamental, both in its treatment and primary attention. With these Master’s studies a high training will be obtained for the professional specialisation in different areas of the optometry, such as the geriatric optometry, visual therapies or the optometric aspects of the refractive surgery, among others. The studies will prepare in addition for taking on research tasks both in the area of Vision Sciences and the applied clinic research. For this reason, the orientation is academic and mixed, both for training for specialized professional practice and for training for research.
  • Master's Degree in Advanced Optometry and Vision Sciences
    Recommended admission profile

    The student of the Master's Degree in Advanced Optometry and Vision Sciences must be a professional of the area of the Optometry sciences and Vision Sciences, interested in increasing their scientific and practical knowledge in a course of applied clinic vocation, but with a training that enables them, occasionally, to begin a research career.

    Those who are in possession of the degree in Optics and Optometry will have preferential access to the Master’s Degree in Advanced Optometry and Vision Sciences of the UVEG. Degrees in the area of Health Sciences will also be considered preferred. The qualifications of foreign higher education related to training in the area of​Optics and Optometry and others within the area of Health Sciences will also be considered as preferred, prior homologation in accordance with current regulations.

    In the case of students with specific educational needs arising from disability, the Academic Coordinating Committee (CCA) of the Master’s Degree will be responsible for finding the appropriate support and advice services, which will assess the need for possible curricular adaptations.

  • Master's Degree in Advanced Optometry and Vision Sciences
    Admission criteria

    In the admission of the students the following selection criteria shall be taken into account:
    -Affinity of the academic background with the Master's (up to 20%)

    • Graduated in Optics and Optometry (= 20%)
    • Diploma (former Spanish undergraduate degree) holder in Optics and Optometry (= 15%)
    • Foreign higher education degrees related to training in the area of Optics and Optometry (= 13%)
    • Other degrees in the health area (= 5%)

    -Average of the academic record (70%)
    -Complementary training in the area of the Master's (5%)
    -Work experience (5%)
     

  • Master's Degree in Advanced Optometry and Vision Sciences
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: Blended
    Places: 30
    Language: Spanish and Valencian
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Faculty of Physics
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusC/ Dr. Moliner, 5046100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 543 307Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Remote Sensing
    imatge de la noticiaRemote sensing concerns the acquisition of data from radiation sensors installed in space platforms and their later treatment to obtain information about our environment. It is a discipline that is based in measurable magnitudes and verifiable hypotheses that requires a good capacity for analysis and synthesis and that offers to society direct results that improve our knowledge on the physical world. Within remote sensing we can encompass meteorological products, applications aimed to improve agricultural yields, mapping of the terrain, drought control and natural disasters, search for new mining sites, forest management, territory planning, and so on that has not even started as this is a young discipline. The interest for society of scientific studies that are carried out from remote sensing data on the most diverse sides of our environment is easily justifiable given the great amount of operative applications that provide the scientific results that are obtained with it. Remote sensing supplies with thematic maps of our planet, characteristics and variables of interest related with water, soil, crops, and natural vegetation providing periodic and updated information, making easier the continuous tracing and in the long term and helping in decision making to managers in such fields. It provides a form of study in access areas and/or with minimum field support. Remote sensing is also applied to studies on outer space, contributing to a better understanding of the universe that surrounds us.
  • Master's Degree in Remote Sensing
    Recommended admission profile

    The profile of the student of the Master's Degree in Remote Sensing matches with students that have completed their "Licenciatura" with a good basis on Physics and Mathematics.

    It is thus recommended as profile, to hold any of the following degrees: Undergraduate Degree (or "Licenciatura") in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology, Environmental Sciences; Telecommunications Engineering, Agronomy Engineering, Geodetic Engineering, Ingeniería Técnica en Topografía (three year degree in Topographic Engineering), Forest Engineering and degrees corresponding to other similar sciences and technologies.   

     

     

  • Master's Degree in Remote Sensing
    Admission criteria

    Student selection is carried out on the basis of scientific and academic reasons based on:

    • The adequacy of the training of the student to the recommended profile (50%).
    • The academic report (30%).
    • The curriculum vitae handed out (with documentary evidence for the claimed merits) (20%).

    In case of it being convenient, a personal interview on the claimed merits in the curriculum will be carried out by the Academic Coordinating Committee.

     

     

  • Master's Degree in Remote Sensing
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 32
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Faculty of Physics
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusC/ Dr. Moliner, 5046100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 543 307Geolocation

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