Orientation: Research and Development
Combining the Applied Physics core programme with a 30 ECTS orientation completes the Master’s programme. The default option, which is chosen by most of the students, is Research & Development. This orientation includes a three-month non-academic internship or a group design project done in close cooperation with a company, as well as additional electives.
The orientation will also allow you to pursue one of the programme-independent university-wide annotations, namely an annotation in Entrepreneurship (AE), Nuclear Science and Engineering (NSE), Quantum Technology or Technology in Sustainable Development (TiSD).
The structure of the MSc Applied Physics programme with the R&D orientation:
The programme and all modules are described in detail in the study guide.