Masters Program

Masters Program

The University of Cantabria has two official masters that cover practically all the capacities and competences in the field of engineering, environmental diagnosis and management of marine, coastal and river systems.

Aimed at recent graduates and professionals of the sector, the programs are structured into learning modules where the most innovative tools and methodologies used and developed by the researchers of IHCantabria, with the participation of companies and R & D & i bodies, are taught.

The detailed information can be found on the website of the University of Cantabria

You can also consult the programs and their triptychs in the pages linked below.

The masters programs, of professional approach or researcher, give access to the doctorate in Sciences and Technologies for the Management of the Coast, and in Sciences and Technologies for the Environmental Management of Water Systems, both awarded with the Quality Mention granted by the Ministry Of Education, Culture and Sport.

The GISH Masters offers a multidisciplinary approach to the complex environmental management of rivers, estuaries and other aquatic systems, providing the most innovative methodologies in fields such as hydraulic modeling, risk assessment or the Water Framework Directive. Access of the graduates to the labor market and improving the technological and…
The Master's course in Coastal and Port Engineering (ICP in Spanish) teaches students  to understand complex coastal processes and affront the challenges which arise when developing offshore and coastal structures  using the most advanced tools and methodologies. The development of  Marine Renewable Energies,  Climate Change or  Port Engineering are just…
  • Admission and registration
    The information required to register in the Master's Program can be found on the University of Cantabria's webpage Pre-requisites and…
  • Graduate Information
    E.T.S. de Ingenieros de Caminos, Canales y Puertos  Av. de los Castros S/N, 39005 Santander, Tel. 942 20 17 02 Fax 942 20…
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