In each of its undergraduate and postgraduate programs, the School of Sciences offers subjects and specific content in English. Specifically, undergraduate degrees can be complemented with Research Training Programs, which are taught exclusively in English and enable students to join one of the School's departments or a laboratory to participate in their research work. Subjects such as Frontiers in Science familiarize students with the latest scientific advances in English.
Furthermore, partnership agreements signed with other international universities enable students to carry out periods of study and research abroad.
Contact information for the School of Sciences International Office
Coordinator of the Degrees in Biology and Biochemistry:
Eduardo Ansorena Artieda
Dept. of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Spanish University Exchange Program (SICUE/SENECA)
The student mobility program known as the Spanish University Exchange Program (SICUE) offers students in the final academic year of their degree program the opportunity to do part of their program of study at a different Spanish university.
The call for applications for places in the SICUE mobility program is usually published at each university between January and March each year.
There are several types of scholarships that support the SICUE Program, including the Spanish SENECA university student mobility aid program supported by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports. In addition, there are other sources of financial aid awarded by the regional governments and public and private institutions.