A Physics Masters degree from Sussex will enable you to specialise in a range of exciting areas, from cosmology and exploring the evolution of the universe, to astrophysics and investigating dark matter and black holes. Whichever area you specialise in, a Physics Masters degree from Sussex will increase your opportunities to pursue further studies or a career in industry.
At Sussex our Physics Masters degrees reflect our innovative, interdisciplinary approach to research and learning. Our Department of Physics and Astronomy research specialisms include atomic, molecular and optical physics, experimental particle physics, theoretical particle physics and quantum technology. Physics research at the University of Sussex has been ranked as 13th in western Europe and seventh in the UK and has been profiled as one of the top-25 "rising stars" worldwide (source: Nature). We are at the forefront of research in Quantum Technology; and we recently unveiled the first ever blueprint to construct a large scale quantum computer.
Studying one of our Masters courses is excellent preparation for doctoral study, giving you the opportunity to conduct and contribute to pioneering research within one of our research groups.
Our Masters courses are taught by world-leading researchers who will introduce you to cutting-edge topics, and our teaching is informed by the latest industry developments through our many collaborations.
The University of Sussex is proud to offer a range of postgraduate funding awards, our aim is to ensure that every student who wants to study with us is able to despite financial barriers, so that we continue to attract talented and unique individuals. We offer a range of scholarships, up to £5000. Find out more about funding awards available to you by visiting our funding database.
All of this, as well as a fabulous campus location. Nestled in the South Downs National Park, minutes from the cosmopolitan city of Brighton, 30 minutes from Gatwick Airport and an hour from London, Sussex is one of the UK’s most ideally situated universities.
Find out more and apply: go.sussex.ac.uk/PHYSICS
Book your place at our Open day on the 26th April: http://www.sussex.ac.uk/study/visit-us/postgraduate/masters-open-days