STUDY UK: INFORMATION FOR EU STUDENTS
British council
Undergraduate Physics
WEBINAR

Undergraduate Physics

Studying Physics at a UK university will give you a solid scientific grounding in the four cornerstones: condensed matter, quantum mechanics, electromagnetism and thermodynamics, the basics of the evolution of our universe from where to choose your area of expertise. Do you like Theoretical Physics, Relativity or Cosmology? Or you may prefer technologically-important areas such as Quantum Optics and Photonics, and Physical Methods in Biology and Medicine, and active research areas such as Galaxies and High Energy Astrophysics, and Nanostructures and Graphene Science. Whatever you choose, you will have plenty of hands-on opportunities, practical experiments and real-life research during your studies.

Speakers
Emma Weeks
Emma Weeks
Emma is an International Market Development Manager at the University of Bristol, leading on student recruitment across Europe. She has worked at Bristol for over 20 years in a variety of roles involving marketing, recruitment, events, research administration, and student support, including 10 years based within the Faculty of Engineering. She is enthusiastic about all things Bristol and believes it is one of the best UK cities to live in, offering a vibrant and exciting student experience.
David (Dai) Evans, Regional Manager, University of Cardiff
David (Dai) Evans, Regional Manager, University of Cardiff
Dai Evans is Regional Manager for Europe at Cardiff University, leading on institutional marketing and engagement. Dai has held a number of recruitment, marketing and admissions roles across the UK higher education sector beginning his career in the International Office at Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University in Japan. Dai is an LLB Law and French graduate, an avid singer and guitarist, and a Japanese speaker.
Jonathan Moore
Jonathan Moore
International Student Recruitment Regional Manager (North America and Europe) at Royal Holloway, University of London
Stephen Gibson
Stephen Gibson
Royal Holloway, University of London
Participating Universities
University of Bristol
Cardiff University
Royal Holloway, University of London