Physics aims at the understanding of nature, its structure and its laws. To be a physicist means to walk along the path from ideas to things, among the most refined theories and the hard work in the laboratory. The physical knowledge, however, is also the root of technological innovation in all sectors: environment, nanotechnologies, energy, new materials, medicine, aerospace and many more.
If you join the Bachelor program in Physics, you will study classical physics (mechanics, thermodynamics, electromagnetism) and modern physics (quantum mechanics, relativity theory). You will also be provided with all the mathematical skills necessary to tackle physics, along with the fundamentals of chemistry, electronics, and programming. You will spend part of the time in the laboratory, where you will experience the scientific method and learn how to use the latest tools for the measurement of physical quantities and data analysis. The third year will complete your education with classes on nuclear and condensed matter physics. You will also have the freedom to choose some additional classes. At the end, you may access the job market or, as most of students do, continue your education with a Master program.
Physicists, at work!
Our courses pave the way to many different career choices, such as teaching, high-tech industry, software development, and scientific research.