Based on the EDUopinions rankings, the Universidad de Cantabria rating is 3.4. If you want to know more about this school, read the student reviews on our website.
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I think the university is good, you have everything basic you need. But that is also de problem, basic. It does not offer activities, areas or other things to make it more special for the student. The are some associations that offer activities but not the university itself.
Other than that, there is a big variety of dregrees for a “small” city as Santander. Great location, near the centre and the sea and there are affordable houses right in front of it.View more
Even though the teaching methods and contents may be somewhat outdated, it somehow manages to excel in Civil and Oceanic Engineering or Physics. Being a public university, it is also cheap even for Spanish standards.View more
The Erasmus program is well coordinated. And some of the teachers care about their pupils.
However I think there should be more student life and I think University of Cantabria should enhance this by offering a wider range of activities.
I think that the University of Cantabria has a great variety of studies, it has enough resources considering that it is a small city. It has a great internationalization perspective and a considerable number of international students. Invest many resources in researchView more
My opinion is in general, good. The teaching methods vary a lot depending on the subject. The classes are not overpopulated and in general there’s a good feeling.
The second and third year are quite challenging and demanding, and not very suitable if you plan on doing extra activities (volunteering, part-time jobs…). Still doable in the minimum time (4 years). For exchange students there are course equivalences for those who don’t speak Spanish (near 5 courses).View more
It’s a small university but with very good researchers and that translates into the teaching. Medicine, nursing, maths, physics and the engineerings are among the best ranked in the country and for a small university it is a big accomplishment.View more
I studied Business and economics and university professors and classes were quite ok but I found it very theoretical. Good level of economics but not so good in marketing where content was not up to date.
We never did presentations, team projects and very few case studies. Just lectures and exams in order to pass the degree.
I believe that the faculty of economics are good researchers, but there are also many professors throughout my career who have left to desire, have no vocation and are only to earn their salary, without showing interest, but in reality, not everything is bad. There are very good teachers, who get involved but can not, they get your great passion to give you all their knowledge, and at the time of needing your help, as long as they can "go" to do so. I guess as in all places, there is everything. Also, another good thing is that it has the best cafeteria, and one of the largest and best equipped libraries of all the faculties of Cantabria. I hope this year (being the last one), change the thing a little, because my perception is a bit bad.View more