University of Seville

University Colleges and Facilities
(Seville, Spain)

The University of Seville is divided into the following schools (known locally as facultades):
  • School of Biology
  • School of Business and Economics
  • School of Education
  • School of Communications
  • School of Law
  • School of Pharmacy
  • School of Philology
  • School of Philosophy
  • School of Physics
  • School of Geography and History
  • School of Mathematics
  • School of Medicine
  • School of Odontology
  • School of Psychology
  • School of Chemistry

School of Biology

The School of Biology offers courses in several areas of study, including genetics, zoology, and ecology.

School of Business and Economicsy

This faculty provides training in the field of commerce and trade. Courses focus on economics, business management and administration, and organisational behaviour.

School of Education

This faculty specialises in education, and teacher training, and includes courses on the history and sociology of education.

School of Communications

The School of Communications concentrates on various fields of media and mass communication. Programmes offered include audiovisual communication, journalism, television and public relations.

School of Law

The School of Law teaches the history of law and international law, as well as specialised subjects such as natural lights, civil rights, and press freedom.

School of Pharmacy

The School of Pharmacy offers degree programmes in pharmacology, with courses such as microbiology and cellular physiology.

School of Philology

This faculty focuses on linguistics and language studies, with particular concentration on Italian, French, German, and Spanish.

School of Philosophy

The School of Philosophy holds year-long programmes on various fields of philosophy, concentrating on the philosophy of language and culture.

School of Physics

The School of Physics offers courses on several areas of physics, including fundamental physics, electricity, and magnetism.

School of Geography and History

This faculty focuses on regional and urban geography and different areas of history, including art history and modern and medieval history.

School of Mathematics

The School of Mathematics offers courses in theoretical and applied mathematics, with specialisations in different areas, such as topology.

School of Medicine

The School of Medicine trains students in various medical fields. Courses include the history of medicine, human anatomy and medical physics.

School of Odontology

The School of Odontology teaches related medical subjects such as nutritional biochemistry and clinical odontology.

School of Psychology

This faculty offers courses on the history of psychology, memory, and personality.

School of Chemistry

The School of Chemistry focuses on general and applied chemistry and includes courses on biochemistry and inorganic chemistry.

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