This programme benefits from teaching across the universities of the South East Phsyics Network (SEPnet), with a strong emphasis on research-based learning. Delivered accross two academic years with an extended project in the second year, this programme provides excellent training in higher level academic research.
You will deepen your understanding of a chosen branch of contemporary physics or astrophysics, chosing a speciality from a wide variety of themes at the forefront of both fundamental and applied physics research. The programme consists of taught modules and an in-depth research project, leaving you well prepared for further doctoral-level study and research. There are two pathways in the programme: Physics and Astrophysics.