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This page, and accompanying pages, provide information about studying for a Masters degree in the School of Physics and Astronomy.
The Masters course is a two year course following on from an undergraduate degree. It includes coursework and research components. On successful completion of the course you will be awarded an MSc (Physics) or an MSc (Astrophysics).
The course consists of advanced and expert level coursework and a research project. For details of the coursework component see:
For details of the research project component see:
See How to Apply.
If you are interested in studying Masters with the School of Physics & Astronomy, please first read the relevant pages on the School's website. After that, if you have any questions, please contact:
Masters Coordinator for the School of Physics & Astronomy
Professor Michael Morgan