Study Physics at Keele and you’ll learn to apply mathematics and computing to formulate and solve a wide range of physical problems. Physics is a fundamental, curiosity-driven science that has applications in many other areas of science and a vast range of industries, from telecommunications and power generation through to medicine.
Global Top 600For Physical Sciences Times Higher Education World University Rankings, 2021
Top 10In England for Overall Student Satisfaction NSS 2021, (broad-based public universities)
NewState-of-the-art Central Science Laboratories Opened in September 2019
Jake Senior, Physics and Smart Systems (2016)
"My time studying Physics at Keele equipped me with additional skills that gave me an edge over other applicants coming from a pure Computer Science/Software Engineering background during my job interview" - read more about Jake Senior, Physics and Smart Systems (2016)
Greg Iceton, Physics with Astrophysics (2007)
"A major highlight of the job is using my scientific knowledge to protect peoples' inventive ideas" - read more about Greg Iceton, Physics with Astrophysics (2007)
Andrew Cooper, BSc (Hons) Physics with Nuclear and Particle Physics (2007)
"I use the knowledge and skills I developed at university to solve and investigate complex physics problems " - read more about Andrew Cooper, BSc (Hons) Physics with Nuclear and Particle Physics (2007)
Claudia Hill, Physics with Chemistry (2016)
"I am currently in training to become a state-registered clinical scientist specialising in radiotherapy" - read more about Claudia Hill, Physics with Chemistry (2016)
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