The two-year Applied Physics Master’s programme starts in September and February.
It is taught entirely in English and leads to the title of Master of Science (MSc). The Applied Physics programme comprises a total of 120 ECTS credits.
In the first year of this Master's programme you will take four general science courses related to physics theory, mathematical techniques, applied physics and experimental physics. Together these compulsory courses form the main thread of the programme. The four courses are divided over the four quartiles. As a result, you and your fellow students will get together on a regular basis throughout the first year. Another part of the year consists of specialization courses closely linked to the research you are intersted in, the final third is completely elective.
The second year is the practical year. You can now for example choose to focus on fundamental science, e.g. by doing research in a research group and an internship at a research institute. On the other hand, you can also opt for a more engineering driven approach by doing research in a more engineering oriented research group, combined with an industry internship. We guide you through the entire process in your choices and the career you are about to pursue.
For a complete course overview and curriculum, please visit the programme website of Applied Physics, a website specifically aimed towards current students and employees.