Delivered by a consortium of ten universities and institutes, this full- or part-time programme will give you access to more than 90% of the UK’s nuclear teaching expertise.
For the MSc you’ll be asked to choose four core modules and four elective modules, and to complete a project and dissertation to the value of 180 credits.
We’ve grouped the modules in streams to accommodate students’ different interests. To complete each will take approximately 150 hours of work, including one week’s direct teaching.
It’s also possible to qualify for a Diploma (120 credits) by completing the four core modules plus four elective modules; or a Certificate (60 credits) by completig the four core modules.
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We're a major centre for research and recieve around £35m of funding per year from the research councils, the University and other sources.
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Study for a Physics PhD, MPhil, MRes or pursue one of our taught MSc programmes.
Past Physics postgraduates have begun careers in academia and other public or private research environments, in industry (for example in the nuclear and nuclear related industries), in financial services, health services, the scientific civil service and further education both in the UK and abroad.
The MSc programmes require applicants to have completed a degree in a Physical Science (or closely related subject). Relevant industrial experience can be an alternative, subject to references. The MRes programme requires applicants to have completed a degree in a Physical or Engineering Science (or closely related subject).
23 March 2017
Recipient: University of Liverpool
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