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Diploma work and applied work

Projects for degrees and research in physics

The diploma work in physics, at bachelor's or master's level, is an individual project that you do in a research group. You will get the opportunity to enter deeply into a subject that you are interested in, and get valuable experience of working with researchers.

The degree project at bachelor’s level is offered as a 15 credits course given two times a year.

At master's level, you do a 30 or 60 credits degree project in a research group. The master's degree project is probably the most important course of your studies, and is often the first step to your future career choice.

At the end of a degree project you write a scientific report. You also give an oral presentation.

Course website in Canvas

For more information about syllabi, conditions, examples of diploma works, introduction meeting and more, please visit the Diploma work course website in Canvas