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    Our distinctive MPhys Physics will build upon the BSc Physics programme and give you a more advanced understanding of physics. It is designed for students who intend to become professional physicists and allows extra specialisation and the development of key professional skills.

    A key outcome is a project in your final year. You will work on the project with one of your peers and have access to the expertise of a nominated member of academic staff at the top of their profession.

    You don’t have to choose between the three-year course and the four-year course when you first enrol. However, we generally recommend that you enrol initially for the four-year MPhys. As well as studying our core physics courses you can choose two options a year including the option courses on our specialist MPhys degree programmes.

    The MPhys Physics programme includes the following degree programmes:

    • F303 MPhys Particle Physics
    • F303 MPhys Physics with a Year of Experimental Research
    • F303 MPhys Physics with Industrial Placement

    Students undertake four years of study. Each year there are compulsory modules. However, the degree has been designed to maximise student choice by allowing you to tailor the degree structure to suit your own interests.

    Key facts:

    • Southampton is consistently ranked amongst the top Physics and Astronomy departments in the UK
    • Over half of our work is considered to be either world leading or internationally excellent
    • Our courses are accredited by the Institute of Physics
    • We were ranked in the top two universities in the Russell Group of elite Universities for course satisfaction in Physical Science in the 2010 National Student Survey

    Year 1

    Full Academic Year

    Compulsory Modules

    • PHYS1028 Personal Tutorial (Physics)

    Semester 1

    Compulsory Core Modules

    • MATH1006 Introduction to Mathematical Methods

    • PHYS1015 Motion and Relativity

    • PHYS1017 Physics Skills 1

    • PHYS1022 Electricity and Magnetism

    Optional Modules

    • ARCH1001 Human Origins

    • ARCH1057 The Development of Archaeological & Anthropological Thought

    • ARCH1062 Wonderful things: World history in 40 objects

    • CHEM1002 Chemistry For Biological Scientists I

    • CHEM1012 Introduction to Chemistry

    • CRIM1003 Introduction to Criminology

    • EDUC1036 An Introduction to Teaching Teachers

    • GEOG1003 Society, Culture and Space

    • HUMA2013 How the Arts Work: a practical introduction to cultural economics

    • MATH1048 Linear Algebra I

    • PAIR1002 Political Systems

    • PAIR1004 Introduction to Political Theory

    • PHIL1005 Ethics

    • PHIL1006 Introduction to Political Philosophy

    • PHIL1016 Reason and Argument

    • PHYS1004 Introduction to Photonics

    • PHYS1202 Programming I for Physicists

    • UOSM2013 Pathological Mechanisms of Disease

    • UOSM2015 Sustainability in the Local and Global Environment

    • UOSM2020 Economics with Experiments

    • UOSM2022 Social Enterprise

    • UOSM2023 Portus Field School

    • UOSM2027 Health Policy and Economics

    • UOSM2030 Body and Society

    • UOSM2033 Living and Working on the Web

    Semester 2

    Compulsory Core Modules

    • MATH1007 Mathematical Methods For Physical Scientists

    • PHYS1011 Waves, Light and Quanta

    • PHYS1013 Energy and Matter

    • PHYS1019 Physics Skills 2

    Optional Modules

    • ANTH2001 Cosmology, Ritual and Belief

    • CHEM1007 Chemistry For Biological Scientists II

    • CRIM1004 Criminal Justice Studies

    • EDUC1035 Primary Education: systems and structures

    • EDUC1041 Secondary Education: Systems and Structures

    • GEOG1002 Geomorphological Processes

    • GEOG1011 Dangerous World

    • HUMA1026 Castles in Medieval Society

    • MATH1049 Linear Algebra II

    • PAIR1001 Introduction to International Relations

    • PAIR1003 Issues in Contemporary Politics

    • PAIR2016 Public Policy Analysis

    • PHIL1002 Knowledge and Mind

    • PHIL2034 Philosophy of Science

    • PHYS1005 Introduction to Astronomy and Space Science

    • PHYS1026 Introduction to the Nanoworld

    • PHYS2015 Introduction to Energy in The Environment

    • PSYC1009 Psychology of Social and Individual Wellbeing

    • PSYC2006 Behavioural Neuroscience

    • PSYC2007 Developmental Psychology

    • PSYC2018 Perception

    • SOCI2003 Gender & Society

    • SOES1009 The Living Earth

    • SPAN2013 Latin America and Latin Americans Through Film

    • UOSM2002 Design Skills for Presentations and Maps

    • UOSM2004 Global Health

    • UOSM2005 Living with Environmental Change

    • UOSM2007 Digital Humanities: Critical Thinking in the Information Age

    • UOSM2008 Living and Working on the Web

    • UOSM2009 Ethics in a Complex World

    • UOSM2010 Global Challenges

    • UOSM2011 The Management of Risk and Uncertainty

    • UOSM2012 Online Social Networks

    • UOSM2014 Piracy, Security and Maritime Space

    • UOSM2016 The Human Brain and Society

    • UOSM2017 Intercultural communication in a global world

    • UOSM2018 Understanding Modern China

    • UOSM2021 More or Less

    • UOSM2024 The Arab World in and Beyond the Headlines

    • UOSM2025 Tall Tales: Unpicking the Secrets of Buildings

    • UOSM2026 Ethics in Science, Engineering and Technology: Jekyll and Hyde

    • UOSM2028 How Musical Instruments Work

    • UOSM2031 Engineering Replacement Body Parts

    • UOSM2032 Making Sense out of senses: How the Brain Works

    Year 2

    Semester 1

    Compulsory Core Modules

    • PHYS2003 Quantum Physics

    • PHYS2022 Physics from Evidence I

    • PHYS2023 Wave Physics

    Optional Modules

    • ARCH1001 Human Origins

    • ARCH1057 The Development of Archaeological & Anthropological Thought

    • ARCH1062 Wonderful things: World history in 40 objects

    • CHEM1012 Introduction to Chemistry

    • CRIM1003 Introduction to Criminology

    • EDUC1036 An Introduction to Teaching Teachers

    • GEOG2027 Geographies of Wellbeing

    • HUMA2013 How the Arts Work: a practical introduction to cultural economics

    • ISVR3063 Musical Instrument Acoustics

    • LAWS3089 Miscarriages of Justice

    • LAWS3101 International Criminal Law: Confronting History and Ourselves

    • MATH2015 Mathematical Methods For Scientists

    • MATH2045 Vector Calculus and Complex Variable

    • PAIR1002 Political Systems

    • PAIR1004 Introduction to Political Theory

    • PAIR3027 Political Behaviour

    • PHIL1003 Introduction to Early Greek Philosophy

    • PHIL1005 Ethics

    • PHIL1006 Introduction to Political Philosophy

    • PHIL1016 Reason and Argument

    • PHYS2013 Galaxies

    • UOSM2013 Pathological Mechanisms of Disease

    • UOSM2015 Sustainability in the Local and Global Environment

    • UOSM2020 Economics with Experiments

    • UOSM2022 Social Enterprise

    • UOSM2023 Portus Field School

    • UOSM2027 Health Policy and Economics

    • UOSM2030 Body and Society

    • UOSM2033 Living and Working on the Web

    Semester 2

    Compulsory Core Modules

    • PHYS2001 Electromagnetism

    • PHYS2006 Classical Mechanics

    • PHYS2024 Quantum Physics of Matter

    Optional Modules

    • ANTH2001 Cosmology, Ritual and Belief

    • CRIM1004 Criminal Justice Studies

    • CRIM2004 Criminological Psychology

    • EDUC1035 Primary Education: systems and structures

    • EDUC1041 Secondary Education: Systems and Structures

    • ENGL2081 Romance in a Material World, 1570-2011

    • HUMA1026 Castles in Medieval Society

    • ISVR3061 Human Responses to Sound and Vibration

    • LAWS3094 Transitional Justice: Law, War & Crime

    • LAWS3098 Violence and Sex in Law, Literature and Culture

    • MATH2038 Partial Differential Equations

    • PAIR1001 Introduction to International Relations

    • PAIR1003 Issues in Contemporary Politics

    • PAIR2016 Public Policy Analysis

    • PAIR3025 Public Policy Analysis

    • PHIL1002 Knowledge and Mind

    • PHIL1019 Puzzles about Art and Literature

    • PHIL1020 Faith and Reason

    • PHIL1021 Existentialism and its Origins

    • PHIL2034 Philosophy of Science

    • PHYS2007 Medical Physics

    • PHYS2009 Practical Photonics

    • PHYS2015 Introduction to Energy in The Environment

    • PHYS3019 Communicating and Teaching and The Undergraduate Ambassadors Scheme

    • PSYC1009 Psychology of Social and Individual Wellbeing

    • PSYC2006 Behavioural Neuroscience

    • PSYC2007 Developmental Psychology

    • PSYC2018 Perception

    • SOCI2003 Gender & Society

    • SOCI3074 Collective Action and Social Change

    • SOES1009 The Living Earth

    • SPAN2013 Latin America and Latin Americans Through Film

    • UOSM2002 Design Skills for Presentations and Maps

    • UOSM2004 Global Health

    • UOSM2005 Living with Environmental Change

    • UOSM2007 Digital Humanities: Critical Thinking in the Information Age

    • UOSM2008 Living and Working on the Web

    • UOSM2009 Ethics in a Complex World

    • UOSM2010 Global Challenges

    • UOSM2011 The Management of Risk and Uncertainty

    • UOSM2012 Online Social Networks

    • UOSM2014 Piracy, Security and Maritime Space

    • UOSM2016 The Human Brain and Society

    • UOSM2017 Intercultural communication in a global world

    • UOSM2018 Understanding Modern China

    • UOSM2021 More or Less

    • UOSM2024 The Arab World in and Beyond the Headlines

    • UOSM2025 Tall Tales: Unpicking the Secrets of Buildings

    • UOSM2026 Ethics in Science, Engineering and Technology: Jekyll and Hyde

    • UOSM2028 How Musical Instruments Work

    • UOSM2031 Engineering Replacement Body Parts

    • UOSM2032 Making Sense out of senses: How the Brain Works

    Year 3

    Semester 1

    Compulsory Core Modules

    • PHYS3004 Crystalline Solids

    • PHYS3008 Atomic Physics

    Compulsory Modules

    • PHYS6009 Dissertation

    Optional Modules

    • GEOG3051 Mediterranean Environments and Culture

    • HUMA2013 How the Arts Work: a practical introduction to cultural economics

    • ISVR3063 Musical Instrument Acoustics

    • ISVR6130 Signal Processing

    • LAWS3089 Miscarriages of Justice

    • LAWS3101 International Criminal Law: Confronting History and Ourselves

    • MATH2015 Mathematical Methods For Scientists

    • MATH2045 Vector Calculus and Complex Variable

    • MATH3018 Numerical Methods

    • PAIR3027 Political Behaviour

    • PHYS2013 Galaxies

    • PHYS3003 Light and Matter

    • PHYS3011 Photons in Astrophysics

    • PHYS6003 Advanced Quantum Physics

    • PHYS6005 Cosmology and the Early Universe

    • PHYS6012 Coherent Light, Coherent Matter

    • PHYS6024 Lasers

    • UOSM2013 Pathological Mechanisms of Disease

    • UOSM2015 Sustainability in the Local and Global Environment

    • UOSM2020 Economics with Experiments

    • UOSM2022 Social Enterprise

    • UOSM2027 Health Policy and Economics

    • UOSM2030 Body and Society

    • UOSM2033 Living and Working on the Web

    Semester 2

    Compulsory Core Modules

    • PHYS3002 Nuclei and Particles

    • PHYS3007 Theories of Matter, Space and Time

    Optional Modules

    • ANTH2001 Cosmology, Ritual and Belief

    • CRIM2004 Criminological Psychology

    • ENGL2081 Romance in a Material World, 1570-2011

    • GEOG3023 River Basin Management

    • GEOG3041 Geographies of Nature

    • GEOG3048 Aeolian Processes and Geomorphic Modelling

    • ISVR3061 Human Responses to Sound and Vibration

    • ISVR6138 Biomedical Application of Signal and Image Processing

    • LAWS3094 Transitional Justice: Law, War & Crime

    • LAWS3098 Violence and Sex in Law, Literature and Culture

    • MATH2038 Partial Differential Equations

    • MATH3006 Relativity, Blackholes and Cosmology

    • PAIR2016 Public Policy Analysis

    • PAIR3025 Public Policy Analysis

    • PHIL2034 Philosophy of Science

    • PHYS2007 Medical Physics

    • PHYS2009 Practical Photonics

    • PHYS2015 Introduction to Energy in The Environment

    • PHYS3009 Applied Nuclear Physics

    • PHYS3010 Stellar Evolution

    • PHYS3019 Communicating and Teaching and The Undergraduate Ambassadors Scheme

    • PHYS6004 Space Plasma Physics

    • PHYS6008 Physics from Evidence II

    • PHYS6011 Particle Physics

    • PHYS6014 Nanoscience: technology and advanced materials

    • PHYS6017 Computer Techniques in Physics

    • PSYC2006 Behavioural Neuroscience

    • PSYC2007 Developmental Psychology

    • PSYC2018 Perception

    • SOCI2003 Gender & Society

    • SOCI3074 Collective Action and Social Change

    • SPAN2013 Latin America and Latin Americans Through Film

    • UOSM2002 Design Skills for Presentations and Maps

    • UOSM2004 Global Health

    • UOSM2005 Living with Environmental Change

    • UOSM2007 Digital Humanities: Critical Thinking in the Information Age

    • UOSM2008 Living and Working on the Web

    • UOSM2009 Ethics in a Complex World

    • UOSM2010 Global Challenges

    • UOSM2011 The Management of Risk and Uncertainty

    • UOSM2012 Online Social Networks

    • UOSM2014 Piracy, Security and Maritime Space

    • UOSM2016 The Human Brain and Society

    • UOSM2017 Intercultural communication in a global world

    • UOSM2018 Understanding Modern China

    • UOSM2021 More or Less

    • UOSM2024 The Arab World in and Beyond the Headlines

    • UOSM2025 Tall Tales: Unpicking the Secrets of Buildings

    • UOSM2026 Ethics in Science, Engineering and Technology: Jekyll and Hyde

    • UOSM2028 How Musical Instruments Work

    • UOSM2031 Engineering Replacement Body Parts

    • UOSM2032 Making Sense out of senses: How the Brain Works

    Year 4

    Full Academic Year

    Compulsory Core Modules

    • PHYS6006 MPhys Project

    Semester 1

    Optional Modules

    • ISVR3063 Musical Instrument Acoustics

    • ISVR6130 Signal Processing

    • MATH3018 Numerical Methods

    • MATH6149 Modelling with Differential Equations

    • PHYS3003 Light and Matter

    • PHYS3011 Photons in Astrophysics

    • PHYS6003 Advanced Quantum Physics

    • PHYS6005 Cosmology and the Early Universe

    • PHYS6012 Coherent Light, Coherent Matter

    • PHYS6024 Lasers

    Semester 2

    Compulsory Modules

    • PHYS6015 MPhys Final Year Synoptic Examination

    Optional Modules

    • ISVR3061 Human Responses to Sound and Vibration

    • ISVR6138 Biomedical Application of Signal and Image Processing

    • MATH3006 Relativity, Blackholes and Cosmology

    • MATH6107 Gravitational Waves

    • MATH6149 Modelling with Differential Equations

    • OPTO6002 Solid State and Ultrafast Lasers

    • OPTO6003 Photonic Materials

    • OPTO6004 Metamaterials, Nanophonics and Plasmonics

    • PHYS3009 Applied Nuclear Physics

    • PHYS3010 Stellar Evolution

    • PHYS3019 Communicating and Teaching and The Undergraduate Ambassadors Scheme

    • PHYS6004 Space Plasma Physics

    • PHYS6011 Particle Physics

    • PHYS6014 Nanoscience: technology and advanced materials

    • PHYS6017 Computer Techniques in Physics


    UK requirements for international applications

    Universities in the United Kingdom use a centralized system of undergraduate application: University and College Admissions Service (UCAS). It is used by both domestic and international students. Students have to register on the UCAS website before applying to the university. They will find all the necessary information about the application process on this website. Some graduate courses also require registration on this website, but in most cases students have to apply directly to the university. Some universities also accept undergraduate application through Common App (the information about it could be found on universities' websites).

    Both undergraduate and graduate students may receive three types of responses from the university. The first one, “unconditional offer” means that you already reached all requirements and may be admitted to the university. The second one, “conditional offer” makes your admission possible if you fulfill some criteria – for example, have good grades on final exams. The third one, “unsuccessful application” means that you, unfortunately, could not be admitted to the university of you choice.

    All universities require personal statement, which should include the reasons to study in the UK and the information about personal and professional goals of the student and a transcript, which includes grades received in high school or in the previous university.


    program_requirements

    GCSEs:GCSE Mathematics and English at grade C or aboveA Levels:For direct entry to all our three or four year degree courses, we require three subjects at A level, grades AAA, with A grades in Mathematics and Physics.IB:If you are taking IB, we require 36 points, 18 at Higher Level including 6 in Mathematics and Physics.English Language Requirements:If English is not your first language, you will be required to pass an approved English test. We normally ask for a score of IELTS 6.5, with minimum of 5.5 in each component; for information on other accepted English language tests, please visit our English language proficiency pages.Alternative Qualifications:We consider Scottish Advanced Highers or Irish Leaving Certificate, BTEC HND, HNC, DDM DM and other UK and EU science-based qualifications.International Qualifications:We welcome applications from international students with good qualifications for any of our courses. All applicants will be considered on an individual basis.Depending on your academic background and achievements, we may also be able to accept you as a visiting student, or allow you direct entry into the second year of a degree courses.If you have not studied science-based subjects to the required standard, you should consider our four-year courses which include the a Foundation Year.If English is not your first language, you will need to have already reached a satisfactory standard in an approved test in English, such as Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English grade C or above, IELTS grade 6.5.Mature Applicants:We welcome applications from mature students. If you will be over 21 at the start of your proposed degree programme, you are eligible for exemption from our normal entry requirements. However, you will be required to provide evidence of having completed recent study (eg Access, Return to Study, Open University foundation courses) and of your capacity to pursue the course. English Language Requirements IELTS band: 6.5 TOEFL paper-based test score : 580 IMPORTANT NOTE: Since April 2014 the ETS tests (including TOEFL and TOEIC) are no longer accepted for Tier 4 visa applications to the United Kingdom. The university might still accept these tests to admit you to the university, but if you require a Tier 4 visa to enter the UK and begin your degree programme, these tests will not be sufficient to obtain your Visa. The IELTS test is most widely accepted by universities and is also accepted for Tier 4 visas to the UK- learn more.

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