First class education - The Department of Physics at Stockholm University offers inspiring and interesting Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes, PhD programmes with ample opportunities for front line research, and courses for the general public.
Courses up to the Bachelor’s level are taught almost exclusively in Swedish, while courses on the Master’s level are given in English.
On our web pages about physics courses, and in our information brochures (Bachelor brochure in Swedish and Master brochure in English), you will be able to read more about the programmes, eligibility etc.
At the department there are several research divisions in theoretical as well as experimental areas. Research at the department is performed in project oriented divisions, and also to a high degree in collaboration with international partners.
Each of the research divisions at the department hosts their own web-site.
The Department of Physics at Stockholm University is housed in the AlbaNova university centre. The centre also holds the Department of Astronomy and the Departments of Physics and Bio-physics at the Technhical University (KTH). In total between 2-4000 students and 800 researchers/teachers are active at AlbaNova.