Universität Innsbruck

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All areas of high technology in our modern society are built on physics.  A deep understanding of natural physical processes together with the pursuit of knowledge form the basis for numerous applications: Computers, satellites, GPS navigation, lasers, modern imaging in medicine and the Internet are a direct result of basic research in physics. Physics provides and develops answers to many challenges we face in the present and the future, such as climate, environment and energy and also to fundamental topics, such as the origin of the universe or the wondrous world of quanta. 

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Master of Science (MSc)

Duration/ECTS-Credit
4 semesters/120 ECTS-Credits

Mode of Study
Full-time

Language
English

Requirements
Relevant bachelor's degree or equivalent, language certificates

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Highlights

Highlights

  • study latest developments in classic and modern physics
  • study quantum physics and quantum technologies, molecular and environmental physics, particle physics, computer physics, astro- and particle physics
  • research-oriented studies enable individual specialisation through a flexible choice of specialisation modules
  • undertake top-level research in leading international research groups in a project-oriented research phase within the framework of the Master's thesis
  • teamwork in globally collaborative groups with high international visibility
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  • work at universities and other research institutions
  • work in public service
  • employment in industry and service industries
  • work in research and development (R&D)
  • positions in high-tech industry
  • work in the software field
  • work in banks
  • employment in the insurance and finance sector
  • work as a business consultant

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