Welcome to the Department of Physics at the University of Strathclyde in the centre of Glasgow, Scotland, UK.
Physics is the fundamental study of physical phenomena and attempts to provide a unified picture of the Universe. It is a dynamic and vibrant subject that also forms the basis of other science and engineering disciplines. With a detailed understanding of key physics concepts, students can explain and model a range of processes in diverse disciplines such as biology through to effective governance.
The department offers a unified degree course leading to a BSc or MPhys in Physics, with a specialisation possible in a subject of your choice.
The department offers postgraduate taught Masters and research-based PhD degrees.
The department hosts an innovative and dynamic physics research community, with major investment in research excellence and targeted developments of recognised strengths. Our research is concentrated in three research divisions: Nanoscience, Optics, and Plasma physics.
The department is a member of the Scottish Universities Physics Alliance (SUPA).
physics John Anderson Building
107 ROTTENROW EAST GLASGOW