Colleges and Universities Offering Bachelor of Science in Applied Physics in Ireland

  • Course Name: Bachelor of Science in Applied Physics(Applied Physics)
  • Major Subject: Applied Physics
  • Course Category: Degree Courses

Institutions Offering Bachelor of Science in Applied Physics

  •  Dublin City University, Dublin  
    Delivery Mode: Full-time

    Duration: 4 years

    About the course:
    This degree combines lectures, tutorials and stimulating laboratory work and projects with fundamental physics concepts and exciting, real-life technological skills and applications.

    The basic foundations of physics will be laid in Physics General Entry (Year One) and Year Two, while in Years Three and Four, you can choose to study from a range of specialist topics, such as instrumentation, nanotechnology, semiconductor materials, plasma physics, computational physics, elements of data science, and microfluidics.

    In Year Three, your paid INTRA work placement will give you the opportunity to experience the industry for up to eight months. If you wish to pursue a research career, you will have the option of spending your placement working in one of the research groups in the School of Physical Sciences, where you’ll assist with cutting-edge research projects.

    You’ll conduct your Year Four project in DCU’s world-class laboratories, experiencing the excitement and personal achievement associated with scientific research. On several occasions, final-year physics students have received national and international awards from the Undergraduate Awards, the Institute of Physics and the International Society of Automation on the basis of their project work.

    During the course, you’ll be encouraged to apply for scientific internship schemes, including visiting fellowships in organizations such as the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN) and the European Space Agency (ESA).
  •  University of Limerick, Limerick  
    Course duration: 4 years




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