UCL Graduate degrees


Subject areas

  • Physics and Astronomy

    UCL Physics & Astronomy is one of the top departments in the UK for graduate study. Our large number of international collaborations provide opportunities to work with an international team, including at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) in Geneva, the Dark Energy Survey (DES) in Chile, and at the Institut Laue-Langevin in Grenoble. Graduate students whose interests are more theoretical also have ample opportunities to gain experience overseas by interacting with a wide variety of international collaborations, some aimed at development of future quantum technologies, others at fundamental atomic and molecular physics or the foundations of quantum theory. The wide variety of training afforded leads to a high degree of employability in many different areas.

    Degree programme Qualification Study mode
    Biological Physics
    Planetary Science
    Quantum Technologies
    Scientific Computing