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This master's programme trains you to be fully competent and capable of working in research institutes, corporate environments, or the social profit sector. The programme allows you to specialise in condensed matter physics, nuclear physics or theoretical physics. Regardless of your chosen major research profile or option, you will obtain thorough training in physics and insight into the current status of physics research.
What is the programme all about?
The Master in Physics is a research based master’s programme in which you can master the skills demanded by the field, and specialise in one of three major research profiles:
Upon successful completion of the programme, you will have acquired skills including the ability to make sound judgments informed by current research, the ability to solve physical problems, and exhibit critical understanding of the role that physics plays in society today, as well as communication and team working skills.
After a semester with advanced courses in different disciplines of physics, you choose a major research profile consisting of advanced and specialised courses and a master’s thesis (30 ECTS).
The remaining 30 ECTS allow you to follow one of two options:
Notes about fees for this course
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