Physics and Astronomy

Undergraduate study

Are you excited about Physics or Astronomy? Do you seek an intellectual challenge in a stimulating environment? Do you want to learn the subject from researchers working at the state-of-the-art on some of the most outstanding questions about nature? Are you aspiring to work as a scientist in academia or industry?

Joint 1st in the UK for Career after 15 Months in Physics

97% of our graduates find graduate-level jobs, or are in further study at professional or HE level, within fifteen months of graduation (The Guardian University Guide 2022).

Joint 4th in the UK for Graduate Prospects – Outcomes in Physics and Astronomy

(Complete University Guide 2022)

  • Ground-breaking research
    You will get to work on ground-breaking discoveries alongside our expert faculty, on research placements, summer projects and in research labs during your individual or group final year projects. Find out more about undergraduate research opportunities. Read about our world-leading research.
  • Q-SOC Physics Society logoSupportive community and lively Physics Society
    Our labs and popular student spaces provide a supportive and welcoming environment, where students and faculty can meet, debate and exchange ideas. Q-Soc, our lively Physics Society, delivers an exciting programme including trips to London and Brighton, student balls, pub crawls, games and film nights. Find out more about life as a Physics and Astronomy student.

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Physics and Astronomy undergraduate labs

 


"If you are considering studying Physics at Sussex, it is a decision you will not regret. The rewards are truly astronomical."

Jessica Collier
Physics MPhys

 


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Physics and Astronomy
ug.admissions@physics.sussex.ac.uk