Physics at NTU

Take the next step in your physics career with our theoretically rigorous, practically focused and industry-honed Masters courses.

Designed to consolidate your undergraduate skills, knowledge and experience, these Masters courses will enhance your professional credentials as a physicist. Incorporating your personal interests and industry ambitions, you’ll undertake research in areas as diverse as fundamental and applied imaging, materials, sensing, complex fluids, space weather and upper atmosphere, and condensed matter.

With the guidance of experts from across the sector – from optical imaging for heritage science 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.

Why you should study Physics with us

  • • MRes Medical Imaging is the perfect fit for those scientists and NHS collaborators looking to advance their careers using MRI, ultrasound and CT X-ray scanners.

    Courses available in this subject area


    Medical Imaging - MRes

    Postgraduate taught / Professional | Full-time | 2019

    Physics - MSc

    Postgraduate taught / Professional | Full-time | 2019

    Physics - MRes

    Postgraduate taught / Professional | Full-time | 2019

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