MSc Physics - Full-Time

Master

En Lincoln (England)

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Descripción

  • Tipología

    Master

  • Lugar

    Lincoln (England)

  • Duración

    1

Physics is a fundamental science which underpins our understanding of the world around us, from distant galaxies to the smallest particles. Physics challenges our thinking and changes our lives through developments in new technologies, healthcare, and how we live.

The MSc Physics at Lincoln combines training in fundamental and applied physics while focusing on personal and professional development. It aims to develop broad problem-solving skills, and includes a substantial research component.

The programme is structured around three core areas: students choose four taught modules designed to provide in-depth teaching of cutting-edge physics ideas, mathematical methods, and techniques; personal and professional development and entrepreneurial physics training; and an extended individual research project that begins in the second term and will be targeted to fit with students' ambitions for the future.

Materias

  • Teaching
  • Project
  • Full Time
  • GCSE Physics
  • Workshops
  • Projects
  • Professional
  • Lectures
  • Entrepreneurial
  • Seminars
  • Laboratories
  • Comprises

Temario

An Introduction to Your Modules

Master's Level
  • Fourth Year
  • Entrepreneurial Physics (Core)
  • Materials Modelling (Option)†
  • Professional and Personal Development (Core)
How you study

Teaching on this programme comprises lectures, tutorials, seminars, workshops, laboratories, group research, and projects. In the first term lectures are widely used to introduce fundamental concepts in theoretical and experimental physics.

The programme is structured around three core areas:

A choice of four taught modules designed to provide in-depth teaching of cutting-edge physics ideas, mathematical methods, and techniques. These are based around the research interests of staff members and focused in the first term on preparing students to undertake a research project.

A focus on personal and professional development, and an entrepreneurial outlook, in line with the University's values of developing leadership for the 21st Century in higher education. Students will have regular meetings with a mentor to discuss their progress and target skills and qualification acquisition as well as research topics to equip them for employment in their chosen area. Additionally, an entrepreneurial physics module will encourage students to think beyond traditional academic limits and aims to provide the tools to start or join a small specialist company. The course also includes a module on financial kinetics.

An extended individual research project feeds into the 'Student as Producer' ethos of the School of Mathematics and Physics. The project begins in the second term and will be targeted to fit with students' ambitions for the future.
In the final term, students also receive training designed to develop the skills and knowledge required in a start-up business including intellectual property awareness and project planning.

Información adicional

Fees

Home/EU £7,700

Home/EU
(including Alumni Scholarship 20% reduction )
£6,160

International £16,000

International
(Including International Alumni / Global Postgraduate Scholarship £2,000
reduction) £14,000

Part-time Home/EU £43 per credit point

Part-time International £89 per credit point

MSc Physics - Full-Time

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