The Department of Physics offers four international Master’s programmes. All education and teaching are in English, and Swedish as well as international students are encouraged to apply.
The Applied Physics Master's programme
has a firm basis in condensed matter
physics and excellence in understanding and using contemporary
experimental, theoretical and computational techniques in the materials
science and biotechnology fields.
The Complex Adaptive Systems Master's programme
is based on a physics perspective with a focus on
general principles, but it is also interdisciplinary with courses
available in information theory, computer science and optimisation
algorithms, ecology and genetics as well as adaptive systems and
The Nuclear Engineering Master's programme
aims to provide both basic and advanced
knowledge on the physics, chemistry and technology of nuclear power, the
nuclear fuel cycle and other useful applications of radionuclides.
The Physics and Astronomy Master's programme
offers a combination of courses in theoretical physics, experimental physics and astrophysics taught by active researchers and is aimed at students who want to have a solid background in physics and specialize in one of those fields.