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International Master of Science

PHYSICS

PHYSICS is a highly competitive two-year international M.Sc. program with a strong focus on research. The collaboration of the University of Stuttgart’s Department of Physics and the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research ensures an excellent education. We offer a vibrant learning environment for young physicists from all over the world who strive to become well-equipped for a career in science.

PHYSICS students come to Stuttgart from all over the world!
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The ready.study.stuttgart buddies by the International Center will assist you with your arrival and first steps in Stuttgart.

Register here!

A six-week Intensive German Course offered by the International Center provides you with the basic German skills to navigate your everyday life as well as intercultural training to ensure successful adjustment to your new surroundings.

Studies, Cross Cultural Mentoring, Research and so much more to be discovered!

PHYSICS Studies

Summer Semester 2019

PHYSICS Colloquia

The Tuesdays Colloquia by the Department of Physics and the Max Planck Institutes is taking place regularly at 4.15pm this semester. Starting Date: April 9th 2019.

Colloquia Schedule

Course Schedule

The courses for the summer semester have been updated on the C@mpus platform.

Cross Cultural Mentoring Program

Are you a international student at the University of Stuttgart and are looking for answers about your studies or have questions about life in Germany? Become a mentee* in the Cross Cultural Mentoring Program and get the support you need. (*a person who has a Mentor)

Signing up as a mentee for the summer term 2019 is available again. If you have any questions, please send an e-mail.

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PHYSICS

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PHYSICS

International Master Of Science

PHYSICS is a two-year research oriented Master of Science program, divided into four semesters. Students attend lectures, seminars and a laboratory course during the first two semesters and concentrate on their thesis research during the 3rd and 4th semester. The elective module offers the chance to focus on either experimental or theoretical physics and the thesis research is conducted within the institutes of the Physics Department of the University of Stuttgart or with a research group at the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research.

It is appropriate for all holders of a qualified B.Sc. degree in physics, international as well as German students who would like to study in an international environment.

You can find all relevant information concerning application and admission here:

PHYSICS Admissions

PHYSICS Office

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Mia Kumrić

Course Director (Studiengangsmanagerin)