Applied Physics

University of Strathclyde

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Our MSc in Applied Physics? is a vocational course for anyone with a background in the physical sciences or engineering.You can choose classes relevant to your career interests from a wide range of topics including:high-power microwave technologylaser-based particle acceleration and enabled applicationsphysics and the life sciencesmaterials and solid state physicsphotonicsquantum optics and quantum information technologyOn the MSc programme youll acquire:in-depth knowledge of current and ... READ MORE

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Full time | University of Strathclyde | 9 months | SEP-21

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WUSCA student ranking
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11th / 131
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35th
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31st

Start date and duration

Start date
SEP-21
Full Time
9 months

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Source: IDP Connect, February 2021

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Latest Physics reviews

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Stuart
06 Nov 19

Physics MPhys

My course is challenging, but also very interesting so I'm very motivated to try my hardest. I'm also part of a sports...
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megan
06 Nov 19

Physics BSc (Hons)

University has been great! First year was probably one of the most memorable years of my life, and it's all down to the...

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Student rating ( 4.2) 1,474 reviews

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Student rating
The University of Strathclyde is transforming its learning environment to offer its growing student population a first-class institution experience in which to develop, learn and socialise. Welcoming students from across the globe, the university offers a diverse range of courses. The university is committed to offering students the best possible education. The past few years have seen substantial investment in upgrading and creating new facilities, completely reinvigorating the university campus. A new £60 million Learning & Teaching Building is set to be a state-of-the-art campus addition with cutting-edge teaching facilities and increased learning space. It will also serve as the centre of all student support services and the Students’ Union.

Where you'll study

University of Strathclyde

McCance Building 16 Richmond Street Glasgow
Glasgow, City Of
G1 1XQ United Kingdom Nearest train station: High Street Glasgow  0.1 miles away

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