Get in touch with the frontiers of research in Physics, both theoretical and experimental
Acquire advanced skills in modelling, data analysis, and explore complex physical phenomena
Learn about the intimate structure of materials, methods and technologies for the development of new experiments
Join a research group and understand how scientific work is organised
Learn how much the organization of scientific work is crucial in many professional sectors
The Master’s Degree in Physics is open access. In order to enroll one needs to have a Bachelor’s Degree and at least 90 University Credits (CFU, ECTS) related to Physics Sectors (FIS/01-FIS/08 according to the Italian classification. A B2 level of English is required.
The level of previous education is assessed through a careful analysis of the candidate’s curriculum vitae, and possibly by an interview with the CdS President or with her/his appointed delegate.
To enroll in our Master’s Degree in Physics, please follow guidelines on the University of Pisa website.