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Full time & Part time September MSc 1 year full-time; 2 years part-time

About the course

This MSc in Astrophysics is delivered by world-leading researchers at Liverpool John Moores University and is designed to facilitate further postgraduate and PhD study.

  • Access the two metre research-class robotic Liverpool telescope - designed and built by LJMU experts
  • Learn from academics who are world-leading researchers
  • Carry out original research in a wide range of areas
  • Gain a qualification which facilitates continued study at PhD level

An ideal choice if you prefer the flexibility of studying remotely and gaining a Masters qualification by distance learning. Each module provides the opportunity to explore current literature, with support from experienced tutors, all of whom are engaged in cutting-edge astrophysical research. 

Many of the research topics are observational studies,

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Entry Requirements

You will need a minimum 2:2 in the physical sciences or a STEM discipline (e.g. science, technology, engineering, mathematics, etc.); a good knowledge of basic physics at degree level, and competence in mathematical techniques including calculus, differential equations and complex numbers; a satisfactory reference from your employer or line manager

Additional Information:
As this is a Distance Learning programme the usual rules in terms of UK Visas and Immigration restrictions to full-time study do not apply
IELTS 6.5 (minimum of 5.5 in each component)
Pearson 58-64
RPL is accepted


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