Studies

Bachelor studies are the beginning of academic education. There are two groups at this level:

 

  • Physics Education
  • Physics

Upon completion of the first study group, students obtain a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics Education. The  second group consists of four modules:

      • Research in Physics,
      • Medical Physics,
      • Physics-Meteorology and
      • Physics – Astronomy with Astrophysics.

 

Upon the completion of this study group, students obtain a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics.

 

Master studies provide further academic education. There are two study programmes:

 

  • Master studies in Physics Education (students obtain a Master of Physics Education degree)
  • Master studies in Physics with elective modules:
      •  Research – Physics of Materials, 
      • Research  – Nuclear Physics, 
      • Research –  Plasma Physics, 
      • Research – Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics, 
      • Medical Physics, 
      • Physics – Meteorology and 
      • Physics – Astronomy with Astrophysics 

Upon the completion of this study group, students obtain a Master of Physics degree.

 

Doctoral studies provide further education in nuclear physics, physics of materials, plasma physics and theoretical condensed matter physics as well as teaching methods in science subjects, including physics.

 

International programme Campus Europae within European University Foundation situated in Luxembourg offers mobility to students into 18 European Universities and student exchange programmes are broadened by introduction of new student mobility destinations.

 

Our students are regular participants of all events concerning science popularisation (Festival of Science, Night of Researchers, Fame Lab, etc.).