How to apply
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Online applications are open.
To apply for the MSc in Theoretical Physics or the MSc in Mathematical Physics, please complete an online application form:
Applications are welcome at any time, however early deadlines may apply for students who wish to be considered for scholarships. Please see our fees, scholarships & funding page for details.
If you are unable to use the online system you should complete a paper application form. These are available from the College of Science and Engineering Postgraduate Office.
Your online account
To apply, you will create an online account with EUCLID (the University’s online system used for all applications to study at the University). Through EUCLID, your application can be saved and continued at any time, you can also to track your application status.
If you encounter any problems with EUCLID, please contact us.
When to apply
Applications are welcome at any time. However, you should submit your application as early as possible because most scholarships have application deadlines early in the year.
International students who require a UK student visa are encouraged to apply as early as possible to allow enough time for their visa application to be processed.
More advice on applying
Further information on applying, including advice on translations, references and other useful guidance can be found on the University’s Postgraduate Study - Applying page.
For information on what happens after applying, see After you apply.