How to apply
The majority of our applicants will have an undergraduate degree with first class or upper second class honours (or international equivalent). We will assess your suitability for the programme individually. Offers will typically be made at 2.1 level (upper second class) or equivalent. Students with a good lower second class degree may be considered on an individual basis. In some cases your offer may include additional conditions, such as minimum grades in specified modules, in order to ensure that you are sufficiently qualified for our MSc programmes. Please be aware that the Admissions Tutor may require further information from you regarding your physics and/or mathematical background.
We require an undergraduate qualification in a subject with a substantial physics or mathematical component.
Detailed international entry requirements are listed on our course finder pages. If your first language is not English, you must provide evidence of your English language proficiency. Non-native English speakers are required to have a minimum 6.5 overall including 6.0 in Writing, and 5.5 in Reading, Listening and Speaking.
How do I apply?
You can apply online via the following links:
International applicants are advised to apply as early as possible. Further information on application deadlines can be found here.
Tips for applying
- Reference letters – Please note that the application process requires two academic references. You can either upload the references with your online form or simply supply referee contact details. In the latter case the Admissions Team will request references directly from your named referees – please note that if your referees are slow in responding to this request, you may experience delays in the processing of your application.
- Transcript – Remember to upload a full academic transcript when you complete your online form, which details all of the modules taken and results gained for your qualifications. This is an important piece of documentation that the Admissions Tutor requires to reach an informed decision.