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MSc Condensed Matter Physics

Queen Mary University of London

You’ll learn the fundamental laws, physical principles and applications of materials on this wide-reaching MSc. This programme will cover advanced concepts and techniques, leaving you well prepared for further doctoral-level study. The programme also develops skills you can transfer to a wide range of careers.

You’ll complete a specialist independent research project, under the supervision of an academic with research interests in a similar area to your own. You’ll develop a sophisticated understanding of research methodology, and how to manage your own research, making use of journal articles and other primary sources.

You’ll join a thriving, friendly research community, with a busy schedule of research seminars, colloquia, meetings and workshops (as well as regular social events), so you can make the most of the specialist research skills you’ll develop on this course.

We pride ourselves on our collaborations and networks: we are a member of SEPnet, which among other advantages, gives you access to GRADnet, the largest physics postgraduate school in England. As a Queen Mary student, you’ll also be able to take physics modules from University College London, King's College London or the Royal Holloway University of London, at the programme director's discretion.

As a Queen Mary student, you’ll also be able to take physics modules from University College London, King's College London or the Royal Holloway University of London. You'll need to organise and pay for any additional or different travel arrangements for these modules.

The School may be able to assist with applications for additional funding to support studies or research trips.

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Requirements

Listed below are the documents required to apply for this course.
1 year

Duration

Sep 2024

Start Month

Aug 2024

Application Deadline

Upcoming Intakes

  • September 2024
  • September 2025

Mode of Study

  • Full Time