Master of Science in Physics
The Master in Physics provides advanced training in physics. It includes specialisations in areas such as particle physics, condensed matter physics, theoretical physics, applied physics, astronomy and astrophysics. The programme and work placements give students the opportunity to work with prestigious institutions, including CERN, ESA and NASA. Through the programme, students acquire both a solid foundation in modern physics and expertise in their field of specialisation. The programme leads to careers in areas such as research, teaching and industry, and develops modelling skills that are very valued, including in the economics and finance sectors.
English (primarily), working knowledge of French is recommended.
A Bachelor in Physics, or an equivalent degree.
- Astronomy and astrophysics
- Applied physics
- Condensed matter physics
- Particle and nuclear physics
- Theoretical physics
Research; teaching; industry; management; finance; medical applications; meteorology; climatology, energy and environmental applications; etc.