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Prospective Students

Applications to study Physics at UCT are made online from the main page of the UCT web site. See the Department of Physics Handbook.

BSc degree leading to a major in Physics.

Apply online and specify your major and co-major. Popular co-majors with Physics are Astrophysics, Applied Mathematics, Mathematics and Computer Science.

More information is on the Science Faculty web site and in this brochure.

BSc(Honours) post graduate degree in Physics.

Apply online, but also contact the department directly. Both the Science Faculty Office and the Department need to accept you.

The general rules for the degree are on the Science Faculty website.

Information about the Physics Honours programme can be found here.

MSc in Physics (PHY5000W), Theoretical Physics (PHY5001W) or Tertiary Physics Education (PHY5006W).

Apply online, but also contact the department directly in order to identify a prospective supervisor. Both the Science Faculty Office and the Department need to accept you.

Funding opportunities may be explored here, or with your supervisor.

The general rules for the degree are available on the Science Faculty web site.

PhD in Physics (PHY6000W) or Tertiary Physics Education (PHY6001W).

Apply online, but also contact the department directly in order to identify a prospective supervisor. Both the Science Faculty Office and the Department need to accept you.

Funding opportunities may be explored here, or with your supervisor.

The general rules for the degree are available on the Science Faculty web site.