Choosing a Manchester physics degree means following in the footsteps of some of Britain’s greatest physicists.
Whether your interests lie in astronomy, theoretical physics or mathematics, there’s a course for you. You'll study in outstanding facilities graced by the brightest minds - including Nobel Prize winners Andre Geim and Kostya Novoselov, and world-famous professor Brian Cox.
Find your undergraduate degree and join Manchester's Department of Physics and Astronomy.
You may be invited to a visit day after submitting your application. These days include a one-to-one chat with one of our academics, and are intended to be as relaxed as possible - they are great for discovering more about student life in Manchester and the course you have chosen. You also get the chance to meet our fantastic current students.
Right now we don't know if this will be on campus, but as soon as we do, so will you. Our admissions department will contact you with more information.
Undergraduate physics - an introduction
Staff and students talk about life in the Department of Physics and Astronomy:
Explore your study options
An ideal way to find out more about the University, your course and Manchester itself is to visit us in person.
If you’re not yet at the required level for first-year entry, investigate our foundation course options.
As well as studying at Manchester, you can take a study abroad year to broaden your experience.