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MSc in Advanced High Energy Physics

University College London
London, England, UK
Courses in UKCourses in England1 year full-time

Course description
Particle physics is about to embark upon a new era with the start of the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, Geneva. A kaleidoscope of new physics such as the Higgs, Supersymmetry or extra spatial dimensions could be around the corner.

Driven by this, UCL has initiated a Masters in Advanced High Energy Physics, covering the theory of the Standard Model, current experiments and their most significant results, future prospects, measurement techniques, high-level computing as well as an option in Quantum Field Theory. These advanced courses will be complemented with a project and dissertation within the High Energy Physics group. Depending on the project, a field trip of up to one month to a major High Energy Physics Laboratory such as CERN will be possible. Entry to this programme requires the equivalent of a UK MSci degree. Alternatively, with a BSc the candidate can join an integrated programme, aligned with the Bologna Declaration on Higher Education, of an eight-month post-graduate diploma followed by the one-year Masters.

For details of High Energy Physics at UCL, see the group page.

How to apply
There is no hard deadline for MSc applications but you are advised to submit your applications by the middle of August.

Late applications will be considered but you are advised to contact the MSc Administrator ucapmsc [at] ucl.ac.uk prior to sending in your application.

Applications can be made online or by downloading a form in pdf format at
www.ucl.ac.uk/admission/graduate-study/application-admission.

Completed forms should be sent to:

MSc Programme Tutor
Department of Physics and Astronomy
University College London
London WC1E 6BT
United Kingdom

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