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Physics

Full time Bachelor’s course

Degree:BA
Duration:3 years (6 semesters)
Deadline:Application from May to July 15th
ECTS points:180
Tuition: € 2 000 per semester
Min. no. of students: 12
Institution:Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics

 

Requirements

You need:

• Secondary School Diploma

• Language certificate in English (at least B2 level)

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Advantages

First degree courses in Physics are accredited by The Polish Accreditation Committee. The academic staff obtained many prestigious prizes (Prize of the Foundation for Polish Science, Hevelius Prize, Prize of Minister of Education and others).

Lectures and classes are conducted in modern lecture halls and rooms. Didactical physical laboratories are equipped with state-of-the-art measurement devices and setups. Computer laboratories enable the students to learn the skills necessary to use the newest informatics techniques.

During the first year of studies there are special courses in physics and mathematics aimed at leveling their knowledge from secondary schools.

The students may apply for various scholarships: scientific and social. There are also programs for international scientific exchange.

The graduate of the Ist degree studies in Physics obtains the BSc degree in Physics. This allows her\him to continue studies (2nd and 3rd degree) in Physics (or related disciplines) in Poland or abroad.

Main subjects

Mechanics
Optics and waves
Electromagnetism
Thermodynamics
Elements of modern physics
Astrophysics

Mathematical methods of physics
Classical and quantum mechanics
Electrodynamics
Statistical physics
Physical laboratories
Computer programming
Employment perspectives

Graduates of first degree studies in Physics can continue their studies by taking the second degree course at Polish and foreign academic institutions.

The graduates are employed in:

– various kinds of research (scientific), diagnostic and other innovative laboratories;

– computer firms;

– research and development firms;

– banks and insurance firms.