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Degree in Physics

240 credits - Faculty of Science

Entry Profile

  • An interest in answering fundamental scientific questions.
  • A desire to better understand physical phenomena.
  • The ability to concentrate while studying and working.
  • The ability to relate newly learned concepts.
  • Creativity in dealing with new questions.

 

Entry information

Number of places. Academic year 2019-20: 50

Admission mark calculation
For programmes with limited places, the entrance mark for courses will be calculated in accordance with the following criteria:
(1) For entry with high-school diploma or equivalent (PAU: university entrance exam) , the entrance mark is calculated (out of 14 points) with the entrance mark and the two best weighted marks from passed subjects, in accordance with the weighting parameters.
(2) For entry with a higher vocational qualification , the entrance mark is calculated (out of 14 points) with the average from the training course and the two best weighted marks from subjects passed in the PAU entrance block, in accordance with the weighting parameters.
(3) For further information, please see the full details of the weighting parameters for university admission

Cut-off markNotas de corte

 

Validations

Credit Recognition and Transfer Committee for GFIS

Member 3
Quesada Ruiz, Ana Francisca
Member 4
Florit Binimelis, Lluís

Accreditation grid for first and second cycle curricula and new curricula (degree)

Table of equivalences by curriculum Degree in Physics

Physics (1997 syllabus)
Physics (1997 syllabus) Degree in Physics
1448: Mechanics and Waves I
21011: Classical Mechanics
1449: Mathematical Methods I
21009: Vector Calculus
  • 1449: Mathematical Methods I
  • 1460: Mathematical Methods II
  • 21000: Mathematics I
  • 21005: Mathematics II
1460: Mathematical Methods II
21014: Complex Variable
  • 1460: Mathematical Methods II
  • 2263: Mathematical Methods III
  • 21010: Differential Equations I
  • 21015: Differential Equations II
1461: Experimental Techniques I
21008: General Physics Laboratory
1462: Thermodynamics I
21012: Thermodynamics
1463: Mathematical Foundations of Experimental Techniques
21003: Analysis of Experimental Data
1468: Physics
  • 21001: General Physics I
  • 21006: General Physics II
2260: Electromagnetism
  • 21020: Electromagnetism I
  • 21025: Electromagnetism II
2261: Quantum Physics
21022: Quantum Physics
2262: Optics
21017: Optics
2263: Mathematical Methods III
21023: Function Spaces
2264: Experimental Techniques II
21018: Experimental Physics I
2265: Experimental Techniques III
21028: Experimental Physics II
2267: Extended Study of Mathematical Methods
21044: Tensor Calculus and Groups
2269: Non-Linear Physics
21037: Dynamic Systems
2270: Climate Physics
21050: Climate Physics
2271: Physics of the Atmosphere
21049: Physics of the Atmosphere
2272: Astrophysics
21045: Astrophysics
2274: Relativity and Cosmology
21055: Relativity and Cosmology
2277: Condensed Matter Physics
21040: Condensed Matter Physics
2278: Mechanics of Solids
21036: Mechanic of Solids
2280: Medical Physics
21052: Medical Physics
2281: Physical Oceanography
21054: Physical Oceanography
2282: Laser Physics
21039: Photonics: Lasers and Applications
2284: Electronics I
21032: Physical Electronics
2285: Introduction to Solid State Physics
21029: Solid State Physics
  • 2289: Experimentation in the Physics of Materials
  • 2290: Experimentation in Nuclear Physics
21042: Experimental Physics III
4829: Science of Materials
21041: Physics of Materials
618: Physics of the Environment
21051: Physics of the Environment
  • 647: Mechanics and Waves II
  • 695: Physics of Fluids
21021: Continuous Mediums Physics
  • 661: Thermodynamics II
  • 692: Extended Study of Statistical Physics
21031: Mechanical Statistics
662: Numerical Physics
21004: Computer Aided Physics
664: Theory of Circuits
21013: Electronic Circuits
669: Electronics II
21019: Electronic Instrumentation
669: Electronics II
21048: Digital Electronics
688: Statistical physics
21026: Statistical Physics
689: Quantum Mechanics
21027: Quantum Mechanics
690: Theoretical Mechanics
21016: Analytical Mechanics
694: Atomic and Molecular Physics
21030: Atomic and Molecular Physics
696: Nuclear and Particle Physics
21033: Nuclear and Particle Physics
697: Computational Physics
21024: Computational Physics
722: Academically Directed Work
21034: Final Degree Project

Accreditation of English Skills

In order to be awarded the degree, students must show that they have reached a level of English by the end of their course that equal to a B2 level in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), in accordance with how this requirement is stipulated in the curriculum. The different ways to attain this are:

  1. passing the English language course in the curriculum.
  2. presenting a certificate or accreditation, recognised by the UIB, which shows the student has obtained a minimum level of English equivalent to B2 in the CEFR.
  3. passing a set number of subjects taught in English in the degree programme.
  4. passing a set number of subjects taught in English via a mobility programme.

More information.

Academic Accreditation Committee