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Physics and Astronomy PhD

University of Glasgow

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Our research groups include Astronomy & astrophysics, Extreme Light, Imaging concept, Institute for Gravitational Research, Materials & condensed matter physics, Nuclear physics, Optics, Quantum theory and Experimental & theoretical particle physics.OVERVIEWOur strong collaborations with UK and international institutions contribute to an excellent environment for top quality research.We lead QuantIC, the UKs four Quantum Technology HubWe host two EPSRC Centres for Doctoral TrainingWe are a ... READ MORE

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Full time | University of Glasgow | 4 years | SEP

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WUSCA student ranking
WUSCA student ranking
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17th / 131
CompUniGuide ranking
Complete University Guide Ranking
Source: Complete University Guide 2021
19th
CompUniGuide subject ranking
Complete University Guide Subject Ranking
Source: Complete University Guide 2021
11th

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SEP
Full Time
4 years

Tuition fees

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£4,407 per year
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£21,920 per year
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Latest Physics (General) reviews

Physics (General)
S
Shay
04 Feb 20

Physics BSc (Hons)

Overall great, course is interesting and plenty of social opportunities. Lots of varied clubs to join and the uni helps...
P
P
07 Nov 19

Physics BSc (Hons)

Good experience so far, I have made a lot of very good friends since starting and have also received a lot of good help...

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How Physics (General) students rated:

Student rating ( 4.5) 39 reviews

5 star 65%
4 star 28%
3 star 0%
2 star 5%
1 star 2%

How all students rated:

Student rating ( 4.4) 3,722 reviews

5 star 55%
4 star 33%
3 star 9%
2 star 2%
1 star 1%
CompUniGuide ranking
19th
Student rating
( 4.4)
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The University of Glasgow is one of four ancient universities in Scotland, founded back in 1451. The university is part of the prestigious Russell Group, and is one of only two universities in the UK to be awarded a 5 Stars Plus by the QS University Rankings 2017. Alumni include seven Nobel Prize winners, Scotland’s First Minister and a Prime Minister, while Albert Einstein gave a lecture on the theory of relativity there back in 1933. The university has over 7,000 postgraduate students from 140 countries around the world, taking up taught and research degrees. Study options vary from Financial Economics to European Studies. The university consists of four colleges: College of Arts College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences College of Science and Engineering College of Social Sciences There are three campuses making up the university.

Where you'll study

University of Glasgow

The Fraser Building 65 Hillhead Street Glasgow
Glasgow, City Of
G12 8QQ United Kingdom Nearest train station: Exhibition Centre   0.4 miles away

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