Learn to formulate and tackle problems in astrophysics – from below the level of the atomic nucleus to astronomical scales. Astrophysics is active wherever the laws of physics are being tested to the limit – and beyond.
Scientist, Dr Pierre Maxted, from our School of Chemical and Physical Sciences, is to play a crucial role in new European Space Agency (ESA) space mission.
Emily Sage, Astrophysics with Mathematics (2012)
"I love the responsibility that I’ve been given, especially at such an early stage in my career."Read more about Emily Sage, Astrophysics with Mathematics (2012)
David McGhee, Astrophysics with Business Management (2015)
"I am very proud to be working with such a reputable brand in the dynamic gaming industry. My job utilises the skills I developed as an astrophysics undergraduate at Keele University to identify and solve complex problems."Read more about David McGhee, Astrophysics with Business Management (2015)
Mark Clowes, Astrophysics with English BSc (2008)
"The work is very varied and the ability to rapidly solve new problems is a skill that studying astrophysics certainly prepared me for. "Read more about Mark Clowes, Astrophysics with English BSc (2008)
Matt Smith, Astrophysics & Music Technology BSc (2008)
"It is great fun testing the functions of a jet fighter. As it's such a complex aircraft there is a lot to get your head around, so you're learning all the time."Read more about Matt Smith, Astrophysics & Music Technology BSc (2008)
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