Degree Programs

Study programs are listed under their official names (usually in German, English in some cases) titles on the left. WS/SS indicates whether the program commences in the winter or summer semester.

Astro and Particle Physics – Master

Faculty Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät
Target degree Master
Restriction on admission no
Regular duration of study 4 semester
Admission semester winter and summer semester
Degree type graduate
Language of instruction English only

Course content

Study content

The Master of Science Programme in Astro and Particle Physics is an international research-oriented two year Master programme established by the Kepler-Center of the University of Tübingen. The new Master programme connects science from the fields of particle physics, astrophysics and cosmology and combines different disciplines in experimental and theoretical physics, astronomy and astrophysics.

 

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Selection process

Selection procedure

Students may join the M.Sc.Astro and Particle Physics program for the winter semester each year. Deadline for applications from abroad (Non-EU) is July 15 each year. For applicants from within the EU, the deadline September 30.

For further information, please visit the website Students from around the world in Tübingen.

 

Information on admission to studies (requirements, restrictions, necessary documents, application deadlines, etc.) is available via the Student Administration (zsb[at]uni-tuebingen.de) or the study coordinator of Astro and Particle Physics.

 

The application is to be submitted online via https://movein-uni-tuebingen.moveonnet.eu/movein/portal/studyportal.php

Admission prerequisites

Entrance requirements

Applicants must have completed a Bachelor of Science degree in physics or a similar degree with a grade 2.5 or better.
We expect broad interest in natural science as well as willingness to familiarize and work with complex scientific details, and to be able to scientifically communicate in English in written and oral form.
English is the language of instruction and examination in the degree program. The language knowledge requirement is level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference of for Languages.

Foreign language requirements

Language requirements

Since the degree is completely in English, you will need very good written and spoken English (level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference of for Languages). No formal certificate is required, if you are a native speaker, if your previous degree was taught in English or if your school-leaving exam gives evidence of a sufficient level of English.

Professional fields

Job perspectives

This master program is designed to prepare students for a research career in academia or industry by introducing advanced ideas and techniques that are applicable to a wide range of research areas and sectors including academia, industry, and education. Graduates receive a comprehensive education in experimental as well as theoretical physics with a practical section and they are well prepared for the duties in industry and in other research oriented institutions

PhD options

PhD Possibility

The Kepler-Center manages a coordinated PhD-programme with the topic: Particles, Fields and Messengers of the Universe with about 30 PhD students.

 

For further information see the website Faculty of Science - Doctoral Studies.

Address

Adress

Institute for Astronomy & Astrophysics

Auf der Morgenstelle 10

D- 72076 Tübingen

Email: wilhelm.kley[at]uni-tuebingen.de

Subject-related counselling

Course Counselling

Christoph Schäfer, Telefon: +49-(0)7071-29-76747, Email: ch.schaefer[at]uni-tuebingen.de

Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Kley, Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Kley, Tel: +49-(0)7071-29-74007, Email: wilhelm.kley[at]uni-tuebingen.de

Examination office

Enrollment procedures

Study Outline

The Master-Programme is a 2 year consecutive study with a modular structure where in the first year the students have to attend lectures, seminars and labwork consisting of 60 ECTS credit points. In the first term all students have to take two basic introductory modules Astronomy & Astrophysics and Particle Physics consisting of lectures and exercises, which lay the foundations for all students. These are augmented by an obligatory seminar and labwork. In the second term students can choose modules from a variety of different topics. In the second year the students will begin with the scientific work on a research topic of their choice in the areas of the Kepler-Center and finally write their Master Thesis, all together again 60 CP (30 for acquiring research oriented skills and 30 for the Thesis).

Module handbook

Exchange programs

Exchange programs

Information about the Exchange programs: Division of International Affairs.

Faculty student council

Alumni

Statistics

Im Wintersemester 2016/2017 sind in Physik alle Abschlüsse rund 720 Studenten eingeschrieben.

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