About the Program
The Physics program of the University of Insubria aims at completing the elements acquired during the Bachelor’s course in the different areas (applied and experimental physics, fundamental and theoretical physics, microphysics) and to bring students into contact with the different research fields.A Master’s Degree in Physics may lead to employment in research laboratories at research centres or in high-tech companies, to entrance into finance or insurance companies, to a career as a teacher in high school; it is also the first step on a scientific career that includes a PhD in Physics in Italy or abroad or a specialization in medical physics.
- Three different curricula are offered: Data Science for Astrophysics, General Physics, Medical and Experimental Physics. The General Physics curriculum offers a choice of courses ranging from Matter Physics to Nuclear and Particle Physics, from Theoretical Physics to Optics.
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
We are not aware of any English requirements for this programme.
The Master’s Course in Physics is open to:
- first-level graduate students with a degree in Physics (in Italy, class L30 or a corresponding degree according to D.M. 509/99);
- first-level graduate students with a scientific degree obtained in an Italian University and graduate students from abroad with a diploma considered valid.
Admission to the Master’s course requires verification of the students’ preparation, particularly for those who do not hold a first-level degree in Physics, on topics such as classical and quantum physics, matter physics and nuclear and particle physics.
The committee will interview the students and also verify that their knowledge of English is at the B2 level, if no certification is provided.
International240 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 240 EUR per year during 24 months.
International students fees are different depending on the country of origin and the chosen programme.
Living costs for Varese
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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