Master of Physics
From astrophysics to medical physics, this Masters offers a great number of different specialisations.

Master of Physics

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What is this Masters about?

This Masters degree is the branch of science concerned with the nature and properties of matter and energy and enables you to choose from a variety of specialisations. Depending on the university and degree programme, you can focus on applied physics, mathematical physics, astrophysics, engineering physics, or bio- and medical physics. A teaching degree in physics is also possible.


In order to be eligible for a Master of Physics, you need a successfully completed Bachelors degree in Physics and in some cases you will have to go through an admission procedure, which includes an aptitude test. However, each university has different or no requirements at all.

A Master of Physics usually lasts four semesters and includes lectures, practical workshops, research projects, and the completion of an internship.

What careers are open to physicists?

As a physicist, you have a wide range of career opportunities to choose from. You can either conduct research, analyses, or improve and invent new technologies. A physics degree will qualify you for a variety of careers and you can begin working in:

  • Universities and research institutions
  • Automotive industry
  • Aerospace industry
  • Electronics manufacturer
  • Career in law (patent law)

European universities offering a Master of Physics:

    study programmes     universities
comprehensive profile   Physics   comprehensive profile   University of Antwerp
comprehensive profile   Nanomaterials Science     Utrecht University
comprehensive profile   Climate Physics     Utrecht University
comprehensive profile   Experimental Physics     Utrecht University
comprehensive profile   Theoretical Physics     Utrecht University
  Physics and Astronomy   comprehensive profile   Radboud University
  Theoretical Physics     King's College London
  Gravity, Particles and Fields     University of Nottingham
  Physics     University of Cambridge
  Physics     Cardiff University
  PGCE Secondary Physics     University of Manchester
  Physics (Euromasters)     University of Kent
  Physics and Engineering in Medicine: Radiation Physics     University College London
  Physical and Theoretical Chemistry     University of Oxford
  Advanced Physics     Loughborough University
  Physics     University of Leeds
  Industrial Physical Biochemistry     University of Nottingham
  Physics and Engineering in Medicine: Medical Image Computing     University College London
  Gravitational Wave Physics (MSc)     Cardiff University
  Quantum Technologies     University College London
  Physics by reserach     Lancaster University
  Integrated Photonic and Electronic Systems     University of Cambridge
  Mathematical and Theoretical Physics     University of Oxford
  Nuclear Science and Technology     University of Manchester
  Physics (Doctoral Research)     Newcastle University
  Clinical Sciences (Medical Physics)     Newcastle University
  Physics     University College London
  Computational Systems Biology     Newcastle University
  Physics     University of Liverpool
  Physics and Business Management     University of Leeds
  Physics: Condensed Matter Physics     Queen Mary University of London
  Modelling of physical phenomena in a software framework for Computational Fluid Dynamics Applications (Research)     Cranfield University
  Physics (by research)     University of York
  Particles, Strings and Cosmology     Durham University
  Particle Physics     University of Sussex
  Physics     Imperial College London
  Physics of Materials     Loughborough University
  Applied Physics     University of Strathclyde
  Physics     University of Kent
  Frontiers of Quantum Technology     University of Sussex
  ...     ...


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