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Which university is best for physics Oxford or Cambridge?

Which university is best for physics Oxford or Cambridge?

If you just want to study physics, you should probably go for Oxford. If you want the opportunity to study a range of things, go for Cambridge. Have a look at what else you’d have to study in first year at Cambridge and see if it appeals to you or not.

Is Imperial good for physics?

Physics at Imperial covers a broad range of topics in both fundamental and applied physics. This gives you a good grounding in physics, mathematics and experimental methods, and prepares you for advanced study in later years.

Can I study physics at Cambridge?

The Department of Physics in Cambridge offers both three- and four-year courses in physics, which form the two basic routes to a first degree with specialisation in physics. A very wide range of career options are open to graduates from either course.

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How hard is it to get into Imperial physics?

What is Imperial’s Student-Faculty Ratio? Imperial is a very competitive university with it’s overall acceptance rate being only 15\%.

How hard is Imperial physics?

Compared to A levels there is no question that it’s very hard. Many people don’t need to do work to do well at A level. At Imperial you will need to work for a few hours every weekday to keep up. This surprises many students, and some don’t get it until the 2nd or 3rd years, or not at all (those people do badly).

Why study phiphysics at Imperial?

Physics at Imperial covers a broad range of topics in both fundamental and applied physics. All of our physics courses follow the same core curriculum for the first two years. This gives you a good grounding in physics, mathematics and experimental methods, and prepares you for advanced study in later years. Topics include:

Why study physics at Cambridge University?

The Department of Physics in Cambridge offers both three- and four-year courses in physics, which form the two basic routes to a first degree with specialisation in physics. The four-year course is designed for students who wish to pursue a professional career in physics, for example, in academic or industrial research.

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What level of study do our students take in physics?

Most of our students (around 120) choose to continue to a fourth year (Part III) where they take a range of masters level courses in physics and related disciplines, do an advanced project, and graduate with an MSci degree.

Why study physics at the University of Sydney?

An important objective of the three/four-year course is to develop an understanding of ‘core physics’ at successively deeper levels, each stage revealing new phenomena and greater insight into the behaviour of matter and radiation.