Undergraduate courses for entry in 2021
- BSc3 yearsFG31
- MMath&Phys4 yearsFG3C
- BSc3 yearsF300
- MPhys4 yearsF305
- BSc3 yearsF3F5
- MPhys4 yearsF3FA
- MPhys4 yearsF301
- BSc3 yearsF345
- MPhys4 yearsF346
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Ranked first in the UK and Europe for Physics and Astronomy
Academic Ranking of World Universities, 2019
We operate the Jodrell Bank Observatory (UNESCO World Heritage Site), home to the international headquarters of the Square Kilometre Array
Awarded a Regius Professorship by the Queen in 2013
Why study Physics and Astronomy at Manchester?
Study at one of the largest, most respected Physics and Astronomy departments in the country. Our exceptional reputation – exemplified by 13 Nobel Prize winners who have worked here – rests equally on teaching and research.
Today, we continue pioneering work on 2D materials, including graphene, first isolated by Professors Sir Andre Geim and Sir Konstantin Novoselov here in Manchester. Other research areas include nuclear and particle physics, cosmology and astrophysics.
Our teaching facilities are enviable thanks to a £7.5 million building refurbishment and a £10 million extension to our Schuster Laboratory.