APPLICATIONS OPEN November 15th 2018
Apply on C@mpus and join the class of 2019!
The ready.study.stuttgart buddies by the International Center will assist you with your arrival and first steps in Stuttgart.
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.
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:
- Welcome Evening
We would like to cordially invite all new PHYSICS-students to our Welcome Evening.
Thursday, October 11th at 5 pm in the Assembly Hall of the Dean's Office (Room 2.136)
at Pfaffenwaldring 57 (2nd floor, on the right hand side of the blue elevator).
The Dean of Studies, your Professors and Lecturers would like to welcome you and introduce the offered courses.
- How to: Exam Registration
Meet your Advisors from the Examination Office and get a step-by-step introduction to the exam registration on C@mpus.
Wednesday, November 14th 2018
Time: 9.45am - 11.15am
Location: Pfaffenwaldring 7 – Room 02
- Exam Registration
Registration for Exams is possible on the C@mpus platform from November 14th until November 30th 2018.
- Faculty 8 Graduation Ceremony
Friday, November 30th 2018
Time: 4 pm
Location: Pfaffenwaldring 57, Lecture Hall V57.03