A new Master in Mathematical and physical methods for space sciences, which is the result of a collaboration between the Department of Mathematics and the Department of Physics, will begin in October.
The second level, one-year Master is oriented to graduates in Mathematics, Physics, Engineering and Universe Sciences who wish to continue their training in space-science-related areas.
At the end of the course, students will acquire high-level scientific skills and a deep knowledge of technology, which will prepare them to enter the world of work. Specifically, the skills will be related to elements of physics and mathematics, including astrophysics, gravitational astronomy and astrodynamics. Much emphasis will also be placed on the so-called “transferable skills”, such as communication skills, problem solving and a high propensity to work in multidisciplinary environments.
You can register until September 10.
For all the information visit the website.