Physics underpins today’s scientific advances. Space exploration, fibre-optic communication and even the human genome project could not have happened without physics. People with physics qualifications are at the heart of the technological developments that drive our society forwards. But they also turn up in surprising places such as improving the environment, treating cancer and predicting stock markets.
Professors Paddy Reagan and Jim Al-Khalili outline University of Surrey’s offerings for Undergraduates in Physics.
Online Prospectus: http://www.surrey.ac.uk/undergraduate/courses/physics/
For more information: http://surrey.ac.uk/physics/
As a physicist, you are driven by curiosity about the universe, you are a problem solver and you have imagination. You might decide to become a professional scientist, but physics opens other doors too. Your skills will be valued by a wide range of employers in areas such as journalism, law, IT, education and finance.