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University of Bristol

Number of physics courses 20
Juno status
Practitioner

All courses (with the exception of Physics with a Preliminary Year of Study) require A-level Physics and Mathematics, or equivalent qualification. Joint honours courses may have additional subject requirements. Please see the individual course pages for details on specific requirements and information on how your application is assessed.

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Chemical Physics View further details of this course on the institution’s website

Type: Bsc (Hons)

Duration: 3 years

Status: Accredited

Typical offer: ABB - AAA

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Chemical Physics View further details of this course on the institution’s website

Type: MSci

Duration: 4 years

Status: Accredited

Typical offer: AAB - A*AA

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Chemical Physics with Industrial Experience View further details of this course on the institution’s website

Type: MSci

Duration: 4 years

Status: Accredited

Typical offer: AAB - A*AA

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Mathematics and Physics View further details of this course on the institution’s website

Type: BSc

Duration: 3 years

Status: Accredited

Typical offer: AAB - A*AA

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Mathematics and Physics View further details of this course on the institution’s website

Type: MSci

Duration: 4 years

Status: Accredited

Typical offer: AAB - A*AA

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Physics View further details of this course on the institution’s website

Type: Bsc (Hons)

Duration: 3 years

Status: Accredited

Typical offer: AAB - A*AA

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Physics View further details of this course on the institution’s website

Type: MSci

Duration: 4 years

Status: Accredited

Typical offer: AAB - A*AA

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Physics and Philosophy View further details of this course on the institution’s website

Type: Bsc (Hons)

Duration: 3 years

Status: Accredited

Typical offer: AAB - A*AA

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Physics and Philosophy View further details of this course on the institution’s website

Type: MSci

Duration: 4 years

Status: Accredited

Typical offer: AAB - A*AA

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Physics with a Preliminary Year of Study View further details of this course on the institution’s website

Type: Bsc (Hons)

Duration: 4 years

Status: Accredited

Typical offer: Contact department

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Physics with Astrophysics View further details of this course on the institution’s website

Type: Bsc (Hons)

Duration: 3 years

Status: Accredited

Typical offer: AAB - A*AA

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Physics with Astrophysics View further details of this course on the institution’s website

Type: MSci

Duration: 4 years

Status: Accredited

Typical offer: AAB - A*AA

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Physics with Industrial Experience View further details of this course on the institution’s website

Type: MSci

Duration: 4 years

Status: Accredited

Typical offer: AAB - A*AA

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Physics with Innovation View further details of this course on the institution’s website

Type: MSci

Duration: 4 years

Status: Accredited

Typical offer: AAB - A*AA

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Physics with International Experience View further details of this course on the institution’s website

Type: MSci

Duration: 4 years

Status: Accredited

Typical offer: AAB - A*AA

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Physics with Scientific Computing View further details of this course on the institution’s website

Type: Bsc (Hons)

Duration: 3 years

Status: Pending

Typical offer: AAB - A*AA

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Physics with Scientific Computing View further details of this course on the institution’s website

Type: MSci

Duration: 4 years

Status: Pending

Typical offer: AAB - A*AA

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Physics with Scientific Computing with Industrial ... View further details of this course on the institution’s website

Type: MSci

Duration: 4 years

Status: Pending

Typical offer: AAB - A*AA

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Physics with Study in Continental Europe View further details of this course on the institution’s website

Type: MSci

Duration: 4 years

Status: Accredited

Typical offer: AAB - A*AA

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Theoretical Physics View further details of this course on the institution’s website

Type: MSci

Duration: 4 years

Status: Accredited

Typical offer: AAB - A*AA

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