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PhD Physics 2017-06-15T11:39:33+00:00

PHD Physics

Duration: 3 year

Course details

The PhD programme requires you to research and write a thesis of 80,000 words with supervision from academic staff, the work should make an original contribution to knowledge.Supervision is available in virtually all fields of physics. All supervisors are qualified members of staff with their own major research projects and publications.The normal period of registration for the PhD in Law is three years full-time and six years part-time. This programme can also be studied by Distance Learning.

Ideas of possible themes

  • Astrophysics

  • Experimental nuclear physics

  • Theoretical nuclear physics

  • Radiation detector physics

  • Cement science

  • Biological physics

  • Medical imaging

  • Magnetic resonance imaging of porous media

  • Physics of elastomers

  • Polymer coatings

Entry requirements

  •  A levels : LLM or equivalent qualification
  •  Language contest

Career possibilities

A PhD in Physics is an essential qualification for a career as a research physicist, whether in industry, academia or elsewhere. It is valued by employers looking for initiative, numeracy and an ability to plan strategically. Our graduates have the potential to work in a variety of fields, from finance to high-technology start-ups.

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