European Masters in Physics (MSc) Brighton, Canterbury, Guildford, London (various locations), Portsmouth & Southampton
Explore scientific frontiers with seven leading lights
Spend a year studying at your choice of seven world-class universities in the South of England that are at the forefront of pioneering research from nanoscales to cosmology, from experiments to theory. Then spend a year in research working with some of the finest minds in physics on groundbreaking research projects such as ATLAS and LOFAR that push the boundaries of science.
Study the European way
This is a unique opportunity to join the only programme of its kind in the UK and to tailor it to your individual needs. Here are just some of the benefits:
• You can choose to study at any one of the seven universities within the SEPnet consortium. This offers great flexibility and variety - you can even change location for your second year. • Through events and state-of-the-art video conferencing, you’ll benefit from the combined facilities, specialist knowledge and brilliant minds at all of the universities. • Our European Masters is designed similarly to Erasmus and Socrates programmes. • Recognised by European employers and equivalent to 120 ECTS credits, you’ll be qualified to pursue a career in physics or take on a PhD anywhere in the world. • Our graduates are highly sought after by global employers which opens up a whole world of possibilities.
Enjoy the best England has to offer
England continues to lead the way in many fields of physics research. So, you’ll have the opportunity to network with and learn alongside world-leading experts on pioneering research programmes.
For students in Europe and beyond, it’s also an opportunity to study in English and experience life abroad in London, the countryside, a traditional English town or a vibrant city on the coast – all within easy reach of the rest of the UK, Europe and the world. All seven universities can also offer you a variety of accommodation options, sporting facilities, international student organisations and careers services.
Although the delivery of this programme is consistent, the criteria, application process and scholarship opportunities will depend on the university you want to study it at in your first year. They are:
• Queen Mary - University of London • Royal Holloway - University of London • University of Kent • University of Portsmouth • University of Southampton • University of Surrey • University of Sussex
So, to discover more about our programme, scholarship and research projects, click the 'visit website' link below