Bachelor of Science Programmes

The BSc programmes consist of three years of university studies. The mandatory parts of the first two years mix physics courses with courses in mathematics, covering topics that are necessary for successful physics studies. During the third year two different profiles are offered, one oriented towards physics and the other one for students that want to continue with a teacher education.

The first two years are studied jointly with the BSc programmes in astronomy and meteorology, and also with the vocational Medical Physicist programme.

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Master of Science Programmes

The two-year MSc programmes have three profiles: Physics, Theoretical Physics and Computational Physics. All programmes are taught in English, if needed, and are open for applications from any country. Note though that application proceedures, and dead-lines, differ depending on whether you are citizen of a EU/EES country or not.

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Medical Physicist Programme

The Medical Physicist programme is a vocational education covering 300 academic credits, corresponding to 5 years of full-time studies. The programme leads to a Medical Physicist degree, which internationally corresponds to a Master's degree. The last two years of the Medical Physicist program is offered as as master program in Medical radiation physics. 

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Doctoral Studies

After four years undergraduate studies (240 credits in Sweden) it is possible to start doctoral studies in order to obtain a Licentiate degree after 2-3 years and, after being awarded this degree, continue towards a PhD exam after totally 4-5 years

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Freestanding courses at advanced level

Most of our advanced, Master's level, courses are also offered as freestanding courses. Before applying for such a course, it is specially important to check the entry requirements. All our advanced level courses require knowledge in English equivalent to Swedish upper secondary school course English B/English 6, and most of them also require previous studies in quantum mechanics. More information about the courses and their entry requirements can be found on our pages with course facts and course schedules.

You can also find more information about how to meet the English language requirements.