B.Sc. in International Physics Studies Program (Germany) Deadline: July 15, 2019

Leipzig University 

Application Deadline

January 15, 2019

Program Commencement

October 2019

Duration of the Program

6 Semesters

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Program Details

Leipzig University was founded in 1409 and is one of Germany’s leading universities when it comes to top-class research and medical expertise. It offers a unique variety of subjects, from the humanities and social sciences to the natural and life sciences.

The Faculty of Physics and Earth Sciences offers Bachelor’s course that constitutes a traditional university education in physics. The aim of the Bachelor of Science course is to acquire fundamental knowledge and methods in physics such that graduates gain a first overview of the scope of physical insight and physics research as well as the application potential.

An indispensable tool of physics is mathematics. Therefore the participation in a bridge course in mathematics is recommended but is not compulsory. At the beginning of your studies, the learning of essential mathematical techniques is supported in courses on mathematical methods by highlighting these techniques by the application to fundamental physics problems.

The course comprises lectures and exercises in experimental and theoretical physics and in mathematics, as well as laboratory courses that will provide a broad and applicable knowledge in physics and mathematics: Experimental Physics with Laboratory Courses (Mechanics, Fluid Mechanics, Heat, Electricity, Magnetism, Optics, Atomic Physics, Molecular Physics, Soft Matter and Solid State Physics); Advanced Physics Laboratory Course; Mathematics (Linear Algebra, Advanced Differential and Integral Calculus, Sequences and Series, Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations); Theoretical Physics (Classical Mechanics, Electromagnetic Field Theory, Special Relativity, Thermodynamics, Introductory Quantum Mechanics and Statistical Physics); Numerical Mathematics; Bachelor’s thesis. Electives include a choice of German language courses or Chemistry and Computational Software. Further specialisation is possible by choosing between Advanced Mathematics or specific Physics courses in preparation for the Bachelor’s thesis (including Astrophysics, Introduction to Computational Physics, Semiconductor Physics, Photonics and Superconductivity). A compulsory, project-oriented internship concludes the curriculum. 

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Eligibility/ Requirements

The general or subject-oriented matriculation standard (12 years of school attendance) is necessary for admission. Further certificates have to be acknowledged by the responsible and officially recognised administration. Extended school courses in mathematics and/or physics are recommended, but not obligatory.

Applicants whose native language is not English need to submit English language proofs/certificates (TOEFL scores (minimum)  PBT: 500, CBT: 173, iBT: 61 OR IELTS score (minimum) 5.5 OR Proof of a minimum of 500 hours of English)

Application Process

All foreign students with a secondary school leaving certificate from abroad must apply through the University Application Service for International Students – uni-assist e.V.

Create your application form, print it and send it electronically. The printed copy has to be signed and sent by ordinary post with the following documentation:

  • Passport Photo
  • Secondary School Certificate
  • Grades awarded for the Secondary School Certificate
  • Certificate of European B2 Level in English Language or, 500 hours of English education
  • In addition, if you are from China, Vietnam or Mongolia please submit a certificate issued by the relevant Akademische Prüfstelle.

To the following address: 

Universität Leipzig
c/o uni-assist e.V.
11507 Berlin
GERMANY.

If you have questions, write to buddy@physik.uni-leipzig.de or contact Dr Konrad Schiele, Tel: +49 3419732406. E-mail: schiele@physik.uni-leipzig.de.

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