The MPhys Physics with a Year of Experimental Research will build upon the BSc Physics programme and give you a more advanced understanding of materials physics. This flagship programme is intended for students who wish to go on to study for a PhD. We aim to give you the skills and experience that will put you ahead of your peers.
Our MPhys students have the option to move into these programmes once they have arrived in Southampton and established themselves as first-class students – typically you will move into the programme in your second year. Your courses will then be carefully coordinated to fast track you in three years to the frontier of knowledge in quantum materials.
In your final year, you will join our Quantum, Light and Matter Research Group. Potential themes of your research include:
- condensed matter
- cold atom
- magnetism and superconductor physics
- nanomaterials and nanofabricated devices
- polymer and semiconductor chemistry
View the programme specification document for this course
Our MPhys Physics programmes are accredited by the Institute of Physics
Students undertake four years of study. Each year there are compulsory modules. However, the degree has been designed to maximise student choice by allowing you to tailor the degree structure to suit your own interests.
All undergraduate applications for Physics and Astronomy should be made online through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS).
Find out how to apply and get further details about UCAS' website, phone and contact details.
Southampton is ranked in the top 20 universities for Physics and Astronomy in the UK by The Guardian University Guide 2016, The Times Good University Guide and The Complete University Guide 2015
We are in the UK top 10 and top 100 in the world for Physics and Astronomy (QS World Rankings 2016)
100 per cent of our Physics and Astronomy research has been rated world leading or internationally excellent for its impact on society (REF 2014)
97 per cent of students were satisfied with the quality of their course (NSS 2015)
Our courses are accredited by the Institute of Physics