Physics at NTU
You’ll study your physics degree or masters at our Clifton Campus where you’ll have access to our custom-built observatory, recognised by the International Astronomical Union and new equipment such as spectrometers, ultrasound scanners and MRI.
With the guidance of experts from across the sector – from optical imaging for heritage science, space weather, superhydrophobic surfaces to smart materials technology and astrophysics – our courses are distinguished by the wide range of specialisms on offer. You’ll work with dedicated tools, technology and facilities, as you develop your skills and knowledge as a contemporary physicist.
Designed to consolidate your undergraduate skills, knowledge and experience, our Masters courses will enhance your professional credentials as a physicist.
It’s not too late to apply. Undergraduate course places are still available for September 2021. See courses below for availability.