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Physics, B.Sc.

  • Eine Person an einem Computer im Labor.

    Get to the bottom of the laws of nature

    and learn and do research on current physical and socially relevant topics.

Physics is regarded as the basis of all natural sciences; it considers the fundamental relationships in nature. The University of Bremen offers a solid basic education in the spectrum of experimental and theoretical physics and distinguishes itself through application-oriented and interdisciplinary research in the following areas:

•   Applied optics
•   Biophysics
•   Computational materials science
•   Solid-state physics
•   Theoretical physics
•   Environmental physics

A strong practical orientation of the studies with laboratory exercises, internships, experiments and own projects prepare the students for their daily future work in the best possible way. The professional fields for physicists are very diverse and range from basic research at universities and other research institutions to application-related research and development of devices and processes in various industrial sectors to work in government administration, in the patent system and many other areas.

Course contents

The course is divided into three parts:

General part:

  • Mathematics

  • Experimental and theoretical physics

  • Supplementary studies

Elective part:

  • Applied optics

  • Biophysics

  • Computational materials science

  • Solid-state physics

  • Theoretical physics

  • Environmental physics

Key data

  • Admission requirements: general or restricted university entrance qualification

  • Application deadline: July 15

  • Beginning of the course: once a year at winter semester

  • ECTS credits: 180

  • Semester dues including semester ticket

  • Standard duration: 6 semesters

  • Qualification: Bachelor of Science

Information and application

Advisory Service

Study Center

For advice on:

  • Study progress

  • Admission and application

  • Start into your study program

  • Any other questions that might occur

Contact: Email

Barbara Kozák

NW1 room S0410
Phone: +49 421-218-62145

Subject-specific information and advice

Questions about:

  • Contents of the study programs

  • Recognition and accreditation of qualifications

Prof. Dr. Annette Ladstätter-Weißenmayer

NW1 Room S2240
Phone: +49 421-218-62105

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