The Faculty of Physics offers a range of official courses of study at bachelor's degree, master's degree and doctoral level. In acknowledgement of the importance of continuing education, it also organizes a variety of lifelong learning programmes. Bachelor's degrees are currently four-year courses, during which students acquire the skills and competences for professional activities across different areas of physics. Specifically, the Faculty offers bachelor's degrees in Physics and in Electronic Engineering and Telecommunications as well as a double degree in Physics and Mathematics, which is coordinated with the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science. Our staff also teach 50% of the bachelor's degree in Biomedical Engineering, which is managed by the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences.
The Faculty offers nine university master's degrees in different areas of physics, including one Erasmus Mundus masters, and four doctoral programmes, in Physics, Biomedicine, Nanosciences, and Engineering and Applied Sciences.
Additional learning options include University of Experience courses for older learners and a range of summer workshops in the Els Juliols programme. We also organize talks and open days for secondary school students interested in science, including the Particle Physics workshop and the Physics Campus.