Masters in Physics

A Master of Science (Physics) will see you on your way to pushing the boundaries in fields like gravitational waves, quantum information and particle physics.

This course will also see you working with the world’s most advanced scientific instruments, including the Large Hadron Collider, the LIGO gravitational wave detector, the Murchison Widefield Array low frequency radio telescope and the Australian Synchrotron.

Do you want to:

  • Join a global research community?
  • Study innovative subjects?
  • Develop your skills with real-world problems?
  • Learn more than just technical skills?

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