97.5% of our students are in work or further study 15 months after graduating
Chaos society's parenting scheme for first years will help you feel at home
Our teaching offers hands on experience helping you turn theory into practice
We provide an exciting learning environment for our students, with the help of more than 100 research and teaching staff. A typical week will involve a mixture of lectures, tutorials, self-directed study, project work, computing and lab work, which takes place in our £7 million suite of teaching laboratories dedicated to undergraduate study.
UCAS code F303, 4 years full-time
UCAS code F300, 3 years full-time
MSci Physics with Astrophysics
UCAS code F3FM, 4 years full-time
BSc Physics with Astrophysics
UCAS code F3F5, 3 years full-time
MSci Physics with Industrial Experience
UCAS code F305, 4 years full-time
MSci Physics with Innovation
UCAS code F306, 4 years full-time
MSci Physics with International Experience
UCAS code F307, 4 years full-time
MSci Physics with Study Abroad in a Modern Language
UCAS code F304, 4 years full-time
MSci Mathematics and Physics
UCAS code GFC3, 4 years full-time
BSc Mathematics and Physics
UCAS code GFD3, 3 years full-time
MSci Physics and Philosophy
UCAS code FVH5, 4 years full-time
BSc Physics and Philosophy
UCAS code FV35, 3 years full-time
MSci Theoretical Physics
UCAS code F340, 4 years full-time
MSci Chemical Physics with Industrial Experience
UCAS code F323, 4 years full-time
MSci Chemical Physics
UCAS code F322, 4 years full-time
BSc Chemical Physics
UCAS code F320, 3 years full-time
BSc Physics with Computing
UCAS code F330, 3 years full-time
MSci Physics with Computing
UCAS code F331, 4 years full-time
MSci Physics with Computing with Industrial Experience
UCAS code F334, 4 years full-time
Applying to Bristol
Why choose Bristol?
Find out from our lecturers and students what we can offer you in terms of teaching, facilities, research opportunities, employability and being part of our school community.
What's Bristol like?
Watch our school videos and hear from our students what it's like to study here.
Did you know?
- Our courses are accredited by the Institute of Physics
- You can usually transfer between MSci and BSc versions of a degree any time in the first two years
- In many of our degree programmes you can study a unit from another discipline in your first year
Our student society Chaos won best student society in the UK in 2019
Almost half of our graduates are offered jobs that utilise their physics knowledge, whilst the rest go onto successful careers including finance and law. Hear from our alumni about how their physics degree helped them in their chosen careers.
Before making an application you are encouraged to attend one of the University's undergraduate open days, which are held in June and September. The School of Physics offers a full programme of events during the open day, including tours of the School of Physics, talks from academic staff and opportunities to speak with admissions tutors and current students.