Aims of the Programme
How Will You Learn?
How Will You Be Assessed?
How is the Programme Structured?
What Are the Entry Requirements?
Programme-specific Rules and Facts
Students on this programme have the option to take up a non-credit bearing Study Abroad Year that does not count towards the final degree award, but provides experience studying at a partner institution in another country.
To be eligible to go abroad during your third year of study, students must achieve an overall average weighted grade of 70 or above in years 1 and 2. Any students who do not meet this progression hurdle, will be transferred to the BSc equivalent.
If you are interested in the Year Abroad programme or have any queries, you should contact Dr Matt Buican in the first instance.
Please note, you will be required to complete a Change of Programme Form in order to transfer onto the Year Abroad programme.
BSc Physics with Professional Experience
The duration of this programme is 4 years, and students will be supported to apply for a professional experience position with an external company or laboratory for their third year of study. This professional experience year will be competitively applied for with external organizations. If a student fails to secure an external position, then it may be possible for them to apply for an unpaid internship within the School for a duration of less than 12 months.
Assessment for the professional experience year will be conducted in conjunction with the external employer but will not contribute to the final degree award from QMUL. However, the professional experience year is a core module, and failure to pass the year will result in the student being transferred to the BSc Physics programme and will not be awarded BSc Physics with Professional Experience.
To be eligible to take up the professional experience year during your third year of study, students must achieve an overall average weighted grade of 60 or above in years 1 and 2. Any students who do not meet this progression hurdle, will be transferred to BSc Physics and progress into their final year.
If you are interested in the Professional Experience programme or have any queries, you should contact Dr Adrian Bevan in the first instance.
Links With Employers, Placement Opportunities and Transferable Skills