The Master Degree Course in Physics has no admission test. To be admitted to the Master Degree Course, students must have a first-cycle degree or university three-year diploma, or another qualification obtained abroad, recognized assuitable.
To access the Master Degree in Physics it is necessary to have achieved at least 90 CFU in the scientific disciplinary sectors MAT/*, FIS/*, CHIM/*, INF/01, ING-INF/05. In addition, students must have a good knowledge of the main mathematical tools necessary for learning modern physics, a good knowledge of experimental methodologies and a good level of understanding of classical physics. Moreover they must have basic knowledge of quantum and statistical mechanics, of atomic and subatomic physics and of structure of matter.
Knowledge of the English language is also required at level B1.
Curriculum vitae and documents suitable for ascertaining the requirements must be sent to the Learning and Teaching Committee. If the requirements are not satisfied, the Committee will indicate the knowledge and skills necessary to acquire appropriate preparation. This can be done by attending individual courses of the first-cycle degree in Physics and passing the related exams. Students cannot enroll in the Master Degree in Physics until they have acquired the knowledge and skills indicated by the Learning and Teaching Committee.
Students that have a first-cycle Degree in Physics are considering possessing all the requirements. If the first-cycle degree marks are lower than 85/110 (or equivalent for qualification obtained abroad), an interview is required before the enrolment
Enrolment for the first year of A.Y. 2021-22 is open from 8 July 2021 (6 PM) till 22 October 2021 (12 PM).
Applicants must register and fill the on-line application form.
Application for the years subsequent to the first is open from 3 September 2021 till 15 November 2021.
Transfers from other universities or other degree courses
Students must apply from 3 September 2021 till 31 December 2021.
The Learning and Teaching Committee will evaluate the curriculum and the validation of already sustained exams.
Students not yet in possession of a First-cycle Degree who intend to graduate within the 2020/21 academic year and continue their studies in the Master Degree in Physics must pre-enroll by the deadline of 22 October 2021, which must be completed after achievement of the first-cycle degree, by 31 March 2022 at the latest.
Following this pre-enrollment, the graduating students are admitted to attend the courses of the master degree but they cannot attend the exams until they have obtained the first-cycle degree.