The objective of the Physics Master’s Degree Course at the University of Trento is to provide the students with the necessary instruments to attain direct contact with leading physics research, bringing a personal contribution with their thesis work.
It is believed that exposing the student to the world of research will develop an innovative attitude in the students. Such capacity represents a value for the labour market, not necessarily just limited to the academic field.
the University of Trento is committed to leading researches at international levelThe Physics Masters degree encourages student development in the field of physics research by devoting a significant number of credits to fundamental modern physics. offer is organised in “specializations” within the two “paths” of "Theoretical and Computational Physics" and "Experimental Physics",
Mandatory courses for all Physics students
- Nuclear and Subnuclear Physics (Advanced) (6 crediti)
- Physics of Matter (Advanced) (6 crediti)
- Experimental Methods (Advanced) (6 crediti)
- Quantum Mechanics (Advanced) (6 crediti)
- Statistical Mechanics (Advanced) (6 crediti)
The list of possible specializations in Dual Physics is as follows:
- "Theoretical and Computational Physics" path
- "Experimental Physics" path
Students wishing to be admitted to the Masters double degree in Physics are required to hold a Bachelor degree, officially recognized if attained abroad.
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The University of Trento was founded almost 50 years ago, and has since established itself as an institute of quality research and education; characterized by its focus on international relations and student mobility. As a dynamic and medium-sized research university,...
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