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Applied Physics is essential for innovation. This degree provides an opportunity for engagement in physics that will shape our future world.

  • Opportunity to undertake work placements in the London area and research projects in industries and research institutes
  • Student-centred approach to teaching and learning; tailor your own studies by choosing from a variety of optional modules
  • Graduates go on to work in the Research & Development departments of high profile industries and research institutes.

Why study Applied Physics?

Applied Physics focuses on the engineering aspect of physics, meaning that greater emphasis is given to the real life applications of what you are taught.

The course is based on active, problem-based. learning. You will learn about a range of topics that are considered important to future technology and - more importantly - humanity. The degree aims to equip you with all the skills needed to be highly employable.

Collaborations with local industries (such as the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) and Culham Centre for Fusion Energy) in areas ranging from nanotechnology to medical physics, will aid your development and ensure you're well prepared to pursue a career in academia or industry after graduating.

Why St Mary's?

Lectures and tutorials are blended with practical classes to give to you a robust and well-rounded education in physics. A very strong emphasis is given to applications of physics in our daily lives, with the aim of developing the next generation of talented applied physicists.

Throughout the degree, you will undertake individual and group project work either within the Applied Physics department or with one of our industry partners. You will also have the opportunity to learn popular programme languages (including Matlab and Python) for advanced data analysis and modelling.

Specific modules are designed to develop industry-standard skills in computing and programming, including data processing. Specialist content in the final year of the course is strongly influenced by research expertise within the Applied Physics Department and our industry partners.

Assessment methods

A diverse range of assessment methods are used to ensure continuous assessment throughout your studies. These include coursework, scientific reports, lab books, oral and poster presentations, and exams.

Each of these methods will enable you to demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of Physics, but will also help you to use them as learning tools to improve your academic performance, to learn new skills - such as scientific writing and communication - and enhance your learning experience.

Career opportunities

The main goal of the Applied Physics degree programme is to train you to become highly skilled and, therefore, a highly employable scientist in a variety of fields, including:

  • Environmental physics
  • Biophysics and medical physics
  • Space physics
  • Telecommunications
  • Nanodevices
  • 3D manufacturing

Graduates in Physics have rewarding and successful careers because physics methods and insights are widely applicable. Physicists are widely sought in almost every scientific field and beyond, such as:

  • Transport
  • TV
  • Music
  • Sport
  • Videogames
  • Education
  • Patent attorney
  • Finance
  • Structural engineering
  • Healthcare
  • Energy
  • Space
  • Environment and climate
  • Nanotechnology

UG courses start 28th September.

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St Mary's University, Twickenham

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دوام كامل (3 أعوام )

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£12,250.00 (US$ 17,007) سنوياً
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متوقع سبتمبر 2021

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St Mary's University, Twickenham

St Mary's University,

Waldegrave Road,

Twickenham,

Hounslow,

TW1 4SX, England

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ACT composite: 22. We are an official ACT test agency. Our testing code for students to send their scores to is 7060. All our undergraduate and foundation degree programmes require 6.0 overall with no less than 5.5 in any section.

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