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Physics with Theoretical Physics MSci

UCAS code: F302

Key information

Course type:
Single honours
Delivery mode:
Classroom
Study mode:
Full time
Duration:
Four years
Application status:
Open
Start date:
September 2023
Application deadline:
25 January 2023
Apply via UCAS

Our Physics with Theoretical Physics MSci will give you an understanding across all of the fundamental aspects of physics, including theoretical physics, quantum mechanics, fields and waves, electromagnetism, nuclear and particle physics. You will be taught by internationally-renowned academic staff with links to the Large Hadron Collider at CERN and the LIGO gravitational wave observatory. Your studies will take place in a friendly and supportive environment in the heart of London. You also have the opportunity to transfer to the Study Abroad pathway and spend your third year at a partner institution before returning to King’s for the final year. This depends on you reaching a certain grade average and being accepted by a partner university.

Key benefits

  • Top 10 in the UK for Physics (QS World Rankings by subject 2022)
  • Award winning – seven former staff and students in the department won Nobel Prizes.
  • You'll have access to our newly refurbished laboratories, located in the heart of London.
  • Internationally-renowned academic staff in the fields of cosmology, nanotechnology and the interface between
  • Central location gives you easy access to major libraries and many leading societies, including the Institute of Physics
  • Study in a diverse student cohort: King’s is one of the leading Russell Group universities by proportion of female undergraduates on its Physics courses (HESA 2019/20).
Favour

The lecturers are incredibly passionate and friendly people. They really care and it makes learning from them enjoyable as you can feed off their passion.

Favour, Physics BSc

Employability

Our Physics graduates are in high demand because employers recognise the wide range of skills that they possess. We train physicists to be good problem solvers, to think logically and to apply mathematical and computational techniques to real problems. 

Destinations

Recent graduates have found employment within the following job roles and companies:

  • PhD student
  • Scientist, Oxford Nanopore Technologies
  • Publishing Editor, Royal Society of Chemistry
  • Mathematical Modeller, Bryden Woods
  • Actuarial Analyst, Willis
  • Optical Scientist, Civil Service
  • Analyst, Blackrock
  • Physics teacher, London

Employability

Our Physics graduates are in high demand because employers recognise the wide range of skills that they possess. We train physicists to be good problem solvers, to think logically and to apply mathematical and computational techniques to real problems. 

Destinations

Recent graduates have found employment within the following job roles and companies:

  • PhD student
  • Scientist, Oxford Nanopore Technologies
  • Publishing Editor, Royal Society of Chemistry
  • Mathematical Modeller, Bryden Woods
  • Actuarial Analyst, Willis
  • Optical Scientist, Civil Service
  • Analyst, Blackrock
  • Physics teacher, London

Key information

Course type:
Single honours
Delivery mode:
Classroom
Study mode:
Full time
Duration:
Four years
Application status:
Open
Start date:
September 2023
Application deadline:
25 January 2023
Apply via UCAS

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