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Progress to Physics at the University of Hull

Why Study Physics in Hull?

Students who study in the Department of Physics and Mathematics at the University of Hull have access to some of the best facilities in the country, like the Viper Supercomputer, and are taught by world-leading Physics experts.

Physics research areas at the university are wide, they range from the very small scale (quantum theory) to the very large scale (cosmology and galaxy evolution). Students and staff also carry out specialist work in condensed matter physics, organophotonics, nanophysics, medical physics, light-matter interactions and applied mathematics. Students are able to follow their interests to specialise in the subjects that matter to them and in the areas that they want to pursue a career in.

The University of Hull offers students a unique opportunity to boost their CVs and develop their work experience so that they stand out in the competitive graduate market. The number of international students studying here is more than 2.500 from more than 100 countries around the world.

It should be noted that Hull was ranked second, above more than 100 other English universities, in a Department of Education report recognizing the high proportion of the university’s graduates who were in sustained employment or further study five years after graduation.

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