The Fundamental Physics Master's programme is aimed at students with a strong interest in theoretical and experimental aspects of the fundamental laws of physics. The programme is largely research oriented.
Following initial courses in quantum mechanics and advanced classical physics or experimental physics the student can select courses from a wide selection ranging from astroparticle physics, string theory and subatomic physics to condensed matter physics and atomic and molecular physics. The analytic and problem solving skills developed during the course of the programme have proven very attractive in the labour market, both domestically and internationally.
After completing their Master's most students choose to work in education, industrial research and development, consulting, management or finance.
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