- Degree type
- Language of education
- Dutch (100%)
- 36 months
- Tuition fee EU/EEA
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- Tuition fee Non EU/EEA
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- Education type
- Start of program
- Application deadline
- Type of institution
- Research University
In the Applied Physics you will develop the skills (physics, mathematics, practical) needed to analyze and explain natural phenomena. These skills will allow you to develop new technologies.
The bachelor's degree in Applied Physics centres on the physical aspects of technical systems and applications. It is about the development of new materials, technical equipment and measuring techniques and the application thereof in science, technique and society. Think about technology for foldable computer monitors, glass fibre communication, particle accelerator and MRI techniques. You gain knowledge of the (basic) theories of physics and mathematics and you learn to work with measuring tools and experimental techniques. After this training you can enter the labour market or you can opt for a master's degree.
Technical physicists look at the world around us with new eyes. Natural phenomena are fascinating and challenge scientists everywhere to unravel the world mysteries. As a technical physicist you will be trained to go one step further and apply these findings to new technological developments. These are often ambitious plans. Being able to work in a team of specialists is of great importance.
The teaching staff in the Applied Physics program are seasoned professionals. Some because they work for a company in the region, others because they do research. Student will benefit from case studies and from contacts with industry and research.
If you enjoy science, are curious about the world around you and want to know how nature works, then you are certainly suitable as an Applied Physics student. You will learn to develop technical knowhow and professional skills. You will become a successful engineer.
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