The two-year Master's degree course follows upon the undergraduate
course and drives students towards research at the Physics Department of
the University of Hamburg. The course is divided into a two-semester
specialization phase and a two-semester research phase.
basis of the elemental knowledge acquired during the bachelor's degree
course, specific subjects from the research foci of the Department of
Physics Astronomy and Astrophysics, Elementary Particle and Accelerator
Physics, Solid State and Nanostructure Physics, Laser Physics
and Photonics as well as Biomedical Physics) are taught in the specialization phase.
subsequent - individually supervised - research phase familiarizes the
students with the specific research methods required for the final
Master’s thesis. The M.Sc. Physics provides graduates with a broad and
promising range of potential occupations in the fields of research,
industry, and services.
Physik (M.Sc.) (german language) starts Summersemester (1. April) or Wintersemester (1. October).
Physics (M.Sc.) (englisch language) starts Wintersemester (1. October). Application period runs from 15 February to 31 March.