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Physics

Full time Master’s course

Degree:MA
Duration:2 years (4 semesters)
Deadline:Application from May to July 30th
ECTS points:120
Tuition: € 1 750 per semester
Min. no. of students: 12
Institution:Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics

 

Requirements

You need:

• Bachelor/Master Degree Diploma

• Transcript of Records

• Secondary School Diploma

• Language certificate in English (at least B2 level)

For detailed list of requirements, see this [opens in new tab].

Advantages

The studies are conducted by the academic staff from the Institute of Theoretical Physics and Astrophysics and from the Institute of Experimental Physics.
The academic staff is involved in many international scientific grants. This ensures the high level of research, allows purchase of state-of-the-art scientific equipment and computers, permits the participation of the staff and students in scientific conferences all over the world. Practical classes are conducted in modern physical laboratories. The research fields concern atomic and molecular physics, lasers, condensed matter, nuclear physics, biophysics, quantum information.
Broad variety of scientific research ensures that the students can gain good theoretical knowledge and practical competences in both theoretical and experimental physics, in computer programming, quantum information.
The students can apply for scientific and\or social scholarships. The graduates of 2nd degree Physics course obtain the MSc degree in Physics.

Main subjects
Nuclear and particle physics
Solid state physics
Quantum physics
Electronics
Field theory
Numerical methods in physics
Advanced physical laboratories
Employment perspectives

The graduates can be employed in:
– academic and research institutions;
– various kinds of research (scientific), diagnostic and other innovative laboratories;
– computer companies;
– research and development companies;
– banks and insurance companies.

Graduates of second degree studies in Physics can continue their studies by taking the third degree studies (PhD studies) at Polish and foreign academic institutions.